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Blog Thought #5: "You Don't Have Time to Dwell on That!"

Since I’ve started my new venture I’ve come to realize the importance of having positive thoughts. Well, actually I’ve known this was important for quite some time now, but never actually considered it when it came to accomplishing goals and dreams. 487 more words


How to: let nothing upset you.

You are probably thinking, this is another “clickbait”, a misleading title for all we know. Hey, I should tell you right now. It kind of is…. 826 more words


Do you prefer a bath or shower? I prefer a bath, but usually just settle for a shower. Would rather soak in a jacuzzi tub and relax maybe drink wine but time never seems to be on my side and I don’t have the jacuzzi tub since I moved to Michigan. 181 more words

Using Design Thinking to Embed Learning in Our Jobs

(Source: hbr.org)

Since we now expect learning to be as simple and compelling as watching YouTube, hundreds of video-based content providers and MOOCs offer free bite-sized content for us to consume on our phones while sitting in the coffee shop or standing in the subway. 678 more words


The fantasistic political ontologies which emerge under post-democracy

From Pity the Billionaire, by Thomas Frank, loc 1380. This is a summary of the populist right’s understanding of the structure of society:

America is made up of two classes, roughly speaking, “ordinary people” and “intellectuals.” According to this way of thinking, as we see again and again, either you’re a productive citizen, or you’re some kind of snob, a university professor or an EPA bureaucrat.

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Curiosity may have killed the cat

The trouble with ‘this is how it’s done’ is it might not have worked or it works for a few but not all.

Often it works only for the people who tell us that’s how the world should be. 145 more words



i could part right now
three hours worth twenty-one
quick-fading blonde hair.