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Featured book: Bonobo Handshake

We’d like to start regularly featuring books, both new and old, in our blog posts.  Bonobo Handshake (2010), by Vanessa Woods, introduces readers to the war-torn Congo and the peaceable bonobos living in the midst of conflict. 28 more words

The Barber and the Monkeys

The barber says he’s been listening to music by Bonobo. He adds, ‘Bonobos are my favourite animal’. The barber might be in his late thirties. Among the cluster of customers and colleagues in the small barber shop he’s a dominating presence . 568 more words


Margaret Heffernan's model of 'super chickens' will change the way we think about leadership

In a recent article in Real Business the author and academic Margaret Heffernan reports on work that challenges conventional wisdom of leadership and team effectiveness. 213 more words

To Film Or Not To Film - The Musical Chairs Game Of Luke Evans' Many Projects

I want to start with one of Luke’s quotes: “It’s just hard to get an independent film made.”
At the beginning of 2015 it looked as if the new year would be packed full with so many new projects for Luke Evans that our heads were spinning! 395 more words


The Columbus Zoo provides fun, happiness, and amazement

1.Entering the zoo, and watching all the toddlers in their strollers. It looked like a kiddie parade. Children of all sizes, shapes, and colors, looking so delighted to be at the Columbus Zoo. 374 more words


Religion of the Week - Bonoboism

Bonoboism is an Amazonian religion developed by mankind’s closest living relative, the Bonobo.  The adoption of this religion by human beings would result in revolutionary social change. 320 more words


Style | Focus on Fall 2015 Part II

I always tell people (who ask) that I love living in New York City especially in the months that end in “ber”. That would be September, October, November, December; or more simply put, Fall. 554 more words