Monthly Archives: October 2013

Seth’s Blog : Does anger follow the laws of thermodynamics?

Seth Godin’s thoughts on anger, it is not too bad, but unlike him, I do see some value in anger in that we can thank them for their expression and then help redirect it into a more constructive contribution. Does anger … Continue reading

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Growing Apart

I was wondering, today, if couples in relationships ever fear growing apart, in effect have a fear of growing? Although this term “…we grew apart” can be a bit/lot of a cliche there may be some real meaning or truth … Continue reading

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Rocket Science

“It’s not rocket science…” was the quote from Max, a guy I spoke/conversed with last night about the number one method that I think we humans use to increase awareness and understanding of a subject ie using conversation to convert. I … Continue reading

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Letter to Lara Giddings Premier of Tasmania

My letter to Lara Giddings Premier of Tasmania (on the subject of the new euthanasia bill proposed for Tasmania) Hi Lara; When they argue that the medical staff should not HAVE to help people die,why not simply say that the … Continue reading

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Discussion on Short Tempered Reaction on Facebook

This is my response to this image posted on Nat’s Facebook that was considered funny and light hearted. Cat: oh yeah!!! Hearing ya!! Desmond Sherlock: I think there will come a time when we will realise that anger is as … Continue reading

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I Love Possibilities

People seem to turn me off when they continue to offer their possibilities as facts & I seem to turn people off when I continue to offer their facts as possibilities. So we both seem to be happy at least … Continue reading

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To be Seduced or to Seduce, that is the Question?

Now that all genders are supposedly equal the question that I think is very important is who should seduce whom? I find it very difficult to get anyone to buy into this conversation, with most preferring to either put it … Continue reading

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Workaround Innovation

I just realised (again) that one of the most important pieces of thinking is the workaround. Useful in design, business processes, personal issues and behavioural problems, for as soon as you come up with a workaround the pressure is eased, … Continue reading

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Equality is an Action not just a Word.

I was at my local club tonight and like a lot of men, now days, I kept my cards close to my chest. So a couple of, lets say, mature women rolled up and got me to take a photo … Continue reading

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Conscious About Our Consciousness

Can you answer the following questions? 1. How conscious are you about your consciousness? A: some 2. For example when is the last time you asked yourself this question? A: Today. 3. For example out of 100, how conscious do … Continue reading

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