Culture

Interpreting, Eisegesis, & Exegesis

The advent of digital communication has brought us incredible freedom to search, to access equally incredible archives.

Now, more than at any time in our histories, we need to pay careful attention to how prior work is interpreted. Not only technical or religious, but also things like political policy, art, and more. Eisegesis vs. Exegesis. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Business

How Do You: Move Your Team from Complacency to Urgency?

The main way I’ve found to overcome complacency, to instill urgency, is to install a ‘sunlight,’ so a dash of real-world light is let in to swirl about them.

Installing a sunlight, letting your teams know their efforts help make the sun shine, is but one approach toward helping instill motivation, a sense of urgency within. Make sure everyone knows, and is reminded frequently, the value of –their- efforts. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Culture

What Ethic, Myths, & Suffrage Have in Common

The basic guide posts by which we have framed social values are being outpaced by societal development. Might it be that the very stories our families needed themselves, to be passed down to their offspring, no longer serve as bedrocks upon which to build?

If the very myths society has anchored itself around are no longer followed, might their values and ethics also no longer have a defined meaning, a place in our world? Might we be at risk of becoming a lost society? And, that is why we find ourselves needing ethics courses? [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Editor Picks

Constraints Add Color to Your Life

Simply having constraints can improve your creativity, challenge you to do your best. In the case of an automatic camera, removing the automation serves to sharpen your focus on getting the picture right.

What constraints do you set before yourself? Which constraints in your life, perhaps placed there with intent, make your life more colorful, more rewarding as a result? [CLICK TO READ MORE]

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Do You Artificially Constrain Yourself?

Moments, free of distraction, allow our minds to wander freely. The tortoise part of our brain crawls out of its shell. Unfortunately, even when we think we are thinking freely and without constraints, we are not.

My most creative moments come when there is great peace around me. If writing is the focus, my favorite times are… [CLICK TO READ MORE]