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  • feedwordpress 23:33:55 on 2018/05/23 Permalink
    Tags: adventure, , Collective Memory, insights, ,   

    One Way to Have a More Adventuresome Life With Others 


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    Unexpected and sometimes enlightening things can happen when sharing a new experience with those who don’t act right, like you. I got unexpected insights when, with two friends, I walked through the Steins Collection of paintings by Matissse, Picasso and other avant-garde painters in bohemian Paris. In most every gallery room one friend would sit […]
     
  • feedwordpress 19:21:30 on 2018/04/09 Permalink
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    Why Waiters Cried While Serving Our Breakfast 


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    After the priest moved to a new parish he approached his superior to ask, “Would you mind if I smoked while praying?” and was, not surprisingly, turned down. If, instead he had said, “Would you mind if I pray while I am smoking?” he might have gotten a more positive response. Here’s the unexpected way […]
     
  • feedwordpress 19:21:30 on 2018/04/09 Permalink
    Tags: , , Collective Memory, , , , , ,   

    Why Waiters Cried While Serving Our Breakfast 


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    After the priest moved to a new parish he approached his superior to ask, “Would you mind if I smoked while praying?” and was, not surprisingly, turned down. If, instead he had said, “Would you mind if I pray while I am smoking?” he might have gotten a more positive response. Here’s the unexpected way […]
     
  • feedwordpress 01:30:24 on 2017/09/05 Permalink
    Tags: , , , Collective Memory, John Hagel, Marty Seligman, mirroring, motivation, , Richard E. Nistet, Rick Hanson   

    What Captures Our Attention Tends to Control Our Life 


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    Several years ago, Disney World executives were wondering what most captured the attention of toddlers and infants at their theme park and their main resort in Orlando, Florida. After all, if they imprinted positive memories in kids, they might embed a lifelong loyalty to their brand. Consequently they hired me and a cultural anthropologist to observe guests as they passed through and paused in the resort lobby, seeing murals, carpets, animated creatures, sweet-smelling snacks, colorful toys and more. It was planned as a weeklong study. But after only a couple of hours of close observation, we realized that what most…
     
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