Doing away with the labels

Doing away with the labels

Folks with a sense of entitlement are likely to feel comfortable with social labels. Everyone else is assigned to one category or another. There isn’t much anyone can do about another person’s choice of descriptive terms. Each of us has agency regarding...
Allowing good ideas to spread

Allowing good ideas to spread

How does one tell the difference between good, so-so and not so good ideas? What role does intuition play in this filtering process? Curiosity, willingness to explore, experiment, comparing and contrasting experiences all contribute towards the growth of a repository...
Where capacity dovetails into balance

Where capacity dovetails into balance

Those who feel excluded often experience a burning passion about being seen and heard. How often do they reflect about the capacity they have for making an impact? Paring things down to the essence of a vision, the potential for creating remarkable products is likely...
Our tales are like tributaries

Our tales are like tributaries

It’s easy to overlook the diverse range of tales that folks in the smallest of social gatherings might have to tell. Each story has the potential to be engaging, depending on the way it is told. Conditioning might account for an inability to perceive the wonder...
How to hit the bullseye

How to hit the bullseye

Is hitting the bullseye a skill that can be taught? Archers, footballers, marksmen and others would probably answer in the affirmative. In a wider sense, this skill is elusive and probably mainly a natural gift or attribute. Those who have the gift have a duty to use...
Do you know your place?

Do you know your place?

Knowing one’s place in life is a major preoccupation in some cultures. Who makes decisions about the pecking order in these situations? From childhood, people are encouraged to crave and strive for validation. Those who have been hooked are often looking for...

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