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Exciting News! A New Way to Learn
World-Class Online Mind/Cognitive Training for Less Overwhelm and More Confidence We at Mindiverse create world-class online courses for...
5 Reasons to Think Hard About Cognition (and Your Success)
Whether it's brain training or finding ways to better decisions and problem solving, cognition is back in fashion for those seeking...
The Tree of History
Charles Darwin was apparently the first-ever person to draw anything like the image above. It's a "phylogenetic" graphic i.e. a kind of...
The Arachne Principle
Arachne, a deft weaver from Greco-Roman legend, claimed her skill was greater even than that of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, war and...
People want practical stuff. Self-help books are consistently amongst the best-selling non-fiction texts in the world. The fact that...
The One Thing
I just read The One Thing. There's a summary here. It was surprisingly good. The core idea can be summed-up with an old and simple...
Strange but true; of the 1200-or-so SMEs I've met and trained, I'd estimate that around 95% had no strategy. For those of us who think...
Strategy as Invariance
The weird, frustrating and fascinating thing about strategy is that (almost) everything is in flux. Markets, rules, technologies,...
Value of Academics
It's a commonsense view, and increasingly accepted in academia: knowledge is "situated". Roughly translated, this means you know by...
The Value of Creativity
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