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Operating at the edge

I am fascinated by this concept of an edge of chaos, the chaord  – the space between order and chaos. The depth, breadth, width, height of this taunts me, teases me, lures me – ever whispering “explore me ….” I think I have read...
Benefit from history / patterns

Benefit from history / patterns

Seth Godin’s blog post about benefiting from history is just up my alley. Here are some key points: Marketers are good at looking ahead. We predict/create the future, working to build an idea or a product into something that will matter more tomorrow than it...
Leverage points in complex systems

Leverage points in complex systems

In science, chaotic systems are a higher level of order than the brain can comprehend. They are complex, which is different from complicated. Sometimes we mix these two adjectives up. For a certainty, they are not the same. Complex systems are, well, complex. (Sorry...
Change Panic

Change Panic

Humans in general seem to resist change; so when change is forced upon us, panic often results. “We cling to our presumed choices, our dreams, our distant plans and hopes, as if they were lifelines keeping us from careening off into space [my comment: chaos] ,...
Inborn pattern recognition – aka intuition

Inborn pattern recognition – aka intuition

Ever had a hunch, a “gut feeling” about something? Often this intuition process proves to be much more accurate than a normal linear thinking process. Why? I suggest that this is the result of a pattern recognition capacity inherent within our mind. It seems that our...

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