Newsletter 43 : 1 november 2010
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Welcome to our latest newsletter. We like to offer a change from other newsletters which can demand an awful lot of reading…
Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is enlightenment
Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher, C6 BC (or not, according to Wikipedia)
I liked the gorilla (dur 3:10)
OK, how’s this done? (dur 2:28)
The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be
A poem is never finished, only abandoned
The best way to make your dreams come true is to wake up
Paul Valéry, French poet, essayist and philosopher, b 30 October 1871
Sue Allen and Avril Woodward, 20-21 November, Bradford-on-Avon
We all have challenges in our lives. Whether they’re short-term crises or chronic issues, we can feel trapped in a cycle of stress and frustration. But there is a better way; we can tap into our mind’s power to create change for ourselves and for the people around us. This powerful workshop from Psychology of Vision uses the principles we use in our work, but takes them to a new level.
Another of those beautifully simple, but endlessly fascinating web pastimes (well, we thought so).
Well, they say that most communication is non verbal, so this week’s TED presentation by Miwa Matreyek has no words (dur 11:12).
Try entering “anagram” into Google. Alright, it’s not that funny, but we smiled.
All contributions welcome.
Thanks this week to Dave Harries of BizView
and Phil Cheeseman of 4-WORDS Management Improvement Ltd.
If you have been, thank you for reading.
Kay and Jeremy
Compiled by Jeremy Marchant . added 9 february 2015 . image: screen grab from video