Monthly Archives: January 2011

What takes 1500 Lifetimes?

What takes 1500 Lifetimes? In a working world where we can create and save terabytes of data every day, we need a way to decide what data we should keep. The dangers of keeping too much stuff is documented elsewhere, … Continue reading

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An effective measure for Leaders

Leadership is different to management.  We can all agree on that.   Much is written on this subject and I will not repeat it here. What I do want to talk about is how Leadership is often about the balance that … Continue reading

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Making the most of Change

  I recently had the misfortune of being laid up with a bad back, so first, thanks to those who sent good wishes. If any of you ever need an excellent Osteopath follow the link below. To pass the time … Continue reading

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Memories are how we identify ourselves

I heard the title of this blog on the radio this morning.  It made me consider just how much  and how I remember. We live in a sea of stimulus, and human brains have developed to filter and sort the … Continue reading

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