The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: interpretation

Disciplined learning

Change happens by itself. Implementing change is different. It requires knowing what change one seeks

The desire to know

In a recent blog article, Carl Richards described risk as what is left over once

Using models

The usefulness of a model is determined by its limits. At the same time, it

Planning an outcome

When invited to a meeting, people will immediately imagine an outcome of that meeting. If

I don’t know

I don’t know if the motorway will be empty and allow me to arrive on

Owning style

When I became acquainted with the vast field of personal development, I was assuming that

The lucky punch

You’ve worked hard to prepare this product, this speech, this offer. You love the result

When it hurts

When something in a conversation is perceived as personal the conversation easily comes to a

Nice and being nice

Sometimes we’ll notice a dissonance in a person’s behavior. It’s not always very clear, an