Posts Tagged ‘systems’

Empty school busses

So, here I am trying to find solutions to the critical century; what impact do empty school busses have in this grand scheme? I keep harping at systems. Our systems are flawed. They are bloated and stiff. We need systems that are, instead, streamlined and malleable. Only then will we keep up with fast changing…

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Advice, you say?

This is one of those déjà vu moments: I’m certain I’ve complained about this before. The ‘this’ is advice. People often come to us, in life, asking for advice. They consider us wise in one way or another about one topic or another. So what do we do? We evaluate their need, factor in realities…

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It's not about winning

America is in the throws of its quadrennial presidential campaign. And, as it has been for two hundred years, one camp is all about winning. It’s not about winning in the winning of the votes sense, it’s winning in the ‘we shall prevail because we believe in the winning spirit.’ This is a critical century.…

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Smart is great

I think we can all agree that smart thinking is needed to solve our world’s problems. In a world of crisis, however, it is sometimes difficult to believe that smart thinking gets the upper hand. It’s sometimes easier to believe that great ideas get buried under the weight of administrative bottlenecks, political priorities or funding…

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