Marco Cáceres di Iorio
“A new intern fresh out of medical school is the ultimate linear thought machine. In medical school, students are taught that symptom equals possible disease. A equals B. 361 more words
4 days, 7 hours ago
Are we all meant to think straight?
This question came to me this morning while I was trying to have 15 minutes of still and quiet time. 708 more words
1 month ago
The Queen Life
I mulled this over for months — what to say and how to give voice to what many of us experience if we are literal, serious people. 736 more words
1 month, 3 weeks ago
A Business Management and Financial Education Forum for Doctors, Advisors & Savvy Consultants
Linear thinking is dangerous
Linear thinking is dangerous. It is the easiest form of reasoning, lying on the path of least resistance. The simpler the path, the more readily people will march along it. 1,880 more words
4 months, 1 week ago
What Would Steinbeck Do?
To begin answering the question, “What would Steinbeck do,” I turn to his well-known six tips for writers. These have been published in a number of places, including more than one website. 510 more words
7 months, 4 weeks ago
the unexpected van dweller
I was told last week that I can be linear in my thinking, tactless and unsubtle.
This was whilst I was listening to the fallout of a member of staff, and a friend, who had left suddenly without notice leaving a trail of destruction in his wake. 353 more words
9 months, 2 weeks ago
Make 10 Louder
It’s too good to be true, but there is a seductive feeling. Imagine if it worked.
Do this, get that is everywhere though. Think this – get success, eat this – get thin, buy this – belong here. 67 more words
1 year, 3 months ago