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Counterpoint: Mystifying or demystifying?

I’m currently reading David Yearsley’s very thorough and quite fascinating book Bach and the Meanings of Counterpoint. The second chapter, on alchemy raises some very interesting questions. 883 more words


Pieces of Me

No one really knows me
I don’t allow one single person
in the whole wide world
or even in my immediate circle
to see me, the whole picture… 58 more words


Gender Diversity is NOT a HR Issue

Yes sorry, HR people!  Its true, Gender Diversity is NOT a Human Resources issue – it is an organisational opportunity!  Yes thats right folks, it is all about the opportunity of opening up your organisation to INNOVATION through DIVERSITY and GENDER BALANCE.   499 more words

Various Rambilings

What is Integrity? Beyond "I'll Know It When I See It"

By Linda Fisher Thornton

During the recent 2014 NeuroLeadership Summit, Jamil Zaki (an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stanford) talked about an interesting experiment the Stanford Neuroscience Lab did. 467 more words

Ethical Leader

It's Complicated.

What works better, simplicity or complexity?

Marketing is all about ‘cutting through the clutter’, being different, and grabbing the attention of the customer. Probably my favourite slogan that practically encompasses the ideology of marketing into five basic words is the one that drives the creative culture of agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH) –  560 more words

Digital Marketing

The World Of Thoughts That Consumes Me

It’s difficult for me to quantify what is most important to me. Truth, I suppose, would be an easy possibility; but I have a feeling there’s more to it than just that. 484 more words


Small changes can produce big results - but the areas of highest leverage often the least obvious

Posted by Yusef Noden

“… Small changes can produce big results – but the areas of highest leverage often the least obvious

The butterfly effect ensures that well targeted changes can escalate, so massive interactions are unnecessary. 179 more words