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Tea: revelation and revolution

Most of Brits don’t think twice about tea. It’s such a staple in our individual and collective make-up. Although coffee has come on leaps and bounds in this country, tea is still very much a fixture of life. 755 more words

The Pantry

Believing is seeing

Most of view ourselves as rational, so it makes sense to believe that we and others make or should make decisions based on logic and evidence. 141 more words

Dennis Sparks

Virtue: the modern version

Virtue.  It’s a word that seems somewhat old-fashioned, a bit of a throwback, with more than a whiff of nineteenth century moralizing to it.

These days we’re more pragmatic.   387 more words

Run. Every damn day.

Running …THEN and NOW.

… When I was 3, I used to race the fastest kid in the playgroup. I lost by far every time and earned the nickname ‘ Tortoise’, though hey, I kept on going back and challenging him. 409 more words

The Ultimate Change Management Template

If we are having problems at the workplace, especially the types that seem to occur again and again, then that’s clear indication that something has got to change. 708 more words

Behavioral Change

Hungry? Thirsty?

                                   

HUNGRY?                                                        THIRSTY?
Have you ever laughed so much you started to cry? Have you ever laughed when something hurt before the sensation of pain set in? 591 more words

Changing Habits

"I Hate to Exercise" - The Solution

In last week’s blog I related a story about a thirty-something I heard talking in the elevator who said he “hated to exercise” but who did it anyway just to please his wife. 1,048 more words

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