Tag Archives: Fear of Change

Someone Moved the Cheese

Americans are suckers for nonsense, which is why they buy self-help books and corporations hire motivational speakers, or they used to. That’s a business in and of itself – see The Art and Business of Motivational Speaking from Inc. Magazine in January … Continue reading

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Strange Times Indeed

Every generation probably has this sense that they live in strange times indeed – what is happening around them is nothing like whatever happened before – everything is unprecedented. That was said a lot in the sixties, perhaps for good … Continue reading

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And Now for Something Completely Different

If you’re old enough, or playful, you remember a television show that was all the rage in the early seventies, Monty Python’s Flying Circus – although some didn’t care for that sort of absurdist, surreal British humor. That is to … Continue reading

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