Where is the “you” that makes you you? Can that be uploaded? What role does embodiment play in experiences? Personal reflections on friendship and grief.
Values, explicit or implicit, can be a powerful guide. We want more of what matters to us. And often, values point to a bigger context that also matters. Decisions are then the key way this comes to life.
How do our values become our values? A lot of it has to do with how/where and with whom we grew up, culture, family, religion etc. What people say, and, more important, what people do. Culture as “the way we do things around here” (there are books full of definitions what “culture” is). What gets
Simple, eh? Are we doing it though? More often than not, we bang our head against the wall repeatedly, true to the well-worn definition of insanity: “doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results”. Don’t be that person. While I really love the smell of frameworks in the morning, keeping it
Learning (ideally) happens at different levels. I am going to go into single, double and triple loop learning (based on the work of Chris Argyris and Donald Schon) to illustrate this: At the most simple level, we do something and a result occurs (YAY). Even better if it is the one we actually had in