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Sushi with Wasabi and a Geiger Counter: Fukushima’s Fallout

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Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and TEPCO represent problems of a new magnitude, existential problems that have been building for decades and now near a tipping point. Together they symbolize one of the clearest immediate large-scale threats to humanity in the history of our species. Dr. Graves warned of the risks when he said, “…for the future of mankind may […]

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E, F, G or H Problems?

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therevolutionmovie.com Rob Stewart’s “Revolution” won the SB Int’l Film Festival’s prize in the social justice category. His previous film, “Sharkwater,” brought attention to the extent sharks are being slaughtered as by-catch, but primarily for their fins – to make soup for Chinese food fans to sip. This nonsensical decimation of a top-tier species is one of many we can thank […]

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Seven out of Ten NLP Trainers Don’t Listen

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No doubt you believe you do “rapport” very well. You believe that you’re a great listener – one of the three out of ten who can listen well. So perhaps you’re reading this because you are curious to find out about your colleagues and competitors. Here’s a quick self-analysis to check. Do you:   Talk over others without being aware of […]

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Six areas for applying Spiral Dynamics

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Organizational realignment and restructuring The success or failure of any organization depends on its ability to meet the challenges of growth and change. NVCC helps organizations assess who they are and whom they serve, who their major competitors are, and the opportunities and threats that are on the horizon with unique values-based measures. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be able […]

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