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Hate to disagree, but . . .

Let’s say you and your spouse/significant other/partner/whatever (hereafter referred to in this post as the SSOPW) are sitting down to a nice post-dinner round of TV, maybe a little binge-watching to catch up on that one show everyone at the office is talking about. 500 more words

Commentary

Are We Doing Motherhood Wrong?

Sometimes I wonder if we’ve missed out on a key aspect of motherhood.

You know, the part where we’re supposed to do it together?

For far too long, the words “mommy” and “wars” have perched contentedly side by side. 670 more words

Motherhood

“Dis” It – Why Ideas Emerge from DISagreement

“Dis” It – Why Ideas Emerge from DISagreement

By Shlomo Maital

       

   Wharton School Professor Adam Grant writes often and well in the New York Times. In his Op-Ed piece on Nov. 451 more words

Innovation Blog

Unit 10 Level 2

Here you can talk about jobs and personalities. Use this exercise to practice agreeing and disagreeing, and also to test your reading skills.

Level 2

5 november 2017 - late at night

Just finished writing the sharing-article on tattoos for tomorrows program. Last week I missed out since we had a time change here in Belgium, while in South-Africa they … well, they didn’t. 130 more words

Tattoos

Leaders Need NO!

The biggest problem with positional power is that most subordinates won’t say no.  All of your ideas are good ones, all of the things you say, they agree.  437 more words