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Too close to see

Too close to see

What difference would it have made to the human race if we had never discovered reading and writing? How would [...]

The Effect of Color on Decision Making and Business

The Effect of Color on Decision Making and Business

How do specialists in different disciplines make explicit use of “thinking and mind” in their work?  We’re pleased to invite [...]

World Views and Side-shows

World Views and Side-shows

In every side-show tent most of the audience are taken in by the illusionist: either marvelling at the magic, or [...]

The Lost Worlds of Your Mind

The Lost Worlds of Your Mind

Have you had the experience of remembering something you read, but you can’t remember where you read it or what [...]

Decisions, decisions

Decisions, decisions

When was the last time you gave some serious thought to the business of making decisions? Rarely? Never? Isn’t it [...]

Still in New Year Mode?

Still in New Year Mode?

Life is way too short to spend another day at war with yourself – Jillian Michaels. Christmas is a special [...]

Joined Up Thinking

Joined Up Thinking

“Like so many iconic American products, Los Angeles smog is now being made in China” Noticing this intriguing statement in [...]

Smart cities need smart people

Smart cities need smart people

A new dawn, or the wrong problem? We live in the ‘smart’ era, and we hear so much now about [...]

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