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2 months ago

Post from David Amerland

David Amerland · Everything is connected, but not all connections are equal. We don't need to understand an entire chain of events to determine what is important to us. What is relevant to our situation is determined by our context. Context, therefore provides relevance. Relevance, in turn, forms ...

3 years ago

How to Pursue a Career in Foreign Currency Exchange

Henry Willis · A currency trader follows the monetary trends relating to the rate of US and foreign currencies. They either buy or sell currency for another. The traders enjoy significant commissions despite working in a stressful and fast-paced environment. If you’re interested in becoming a p ...

3 years ago

Do we have international differences in corporate governance and conduct?

Geoff Hudson-Searle · There has been much discussion of late on the values of corporate governance in companies and more importantly the international differences in governance and agenda. As we both advise on company boards, I decided to speak to my business partner in the US, Mark Herbert, and creat ...

3 years ago

What to do with the children?

Lisa Vanderburg · Reading Donna Wood's · recent offering · Guns / Mentality, she asks what's wrong with us rather than the the seemingly endless arsenal of weaponry a person can lay his hands on. It's a good question: What's wrong with US? · Following that, I read Pascal Derrien's delightful journ ...

3 years ago

Stupid stuff I've done. WARNING: may cause a bruise.........

Lisa Vanderburg · Pascal Darrien · made me do it. He just doesn't know it yet. This will be my new year revelation, revolution, relegation, regurgitation...whatever; is going to be this: · Revel in my true self and get · on down with the IDIOT inside. · Because I sure have done some butt-stupid st ...

4 years ago

Do all roads lead to Rome?

Geoff Hudson-Searle · Every year, I travel to Oregon to visit my business partner to discuss cross border challenges US to Europe and the effects on business and personnel who hold office. This year’s trip coincided with Independence Day. I did not have the most of desirable starts when Springfield-OR ...

4 years ago

More management, more leaders are we failing in business

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I always travel once a year to my business partner in the US and we always have this debate over “you can train and educate an individual into being management”, but I have always maintained you “cannot train a leader”: leadership is in your DNA or not, and I believe leadership i ...

4 years ago

Charlie Gard... why people need to think before they 'like' or 'share' on social media

Lisa Baker · I'm seeing a lot on social media about Charlie Gard today.  · Some of it is very negative towards Great Ormond Street, some of it calling the parents 'selfish' (really?  Try their situation for an hour!)   · Much of it is just plain uneducated nonsense.  Like asking Teresa May to ...

4 years ago

Ever wondered why there is not an app for introspection?

Geoff Hudson-Searle · On our journey towards self-knowledge, our first impulse is often to turn inward, introspect and self-reflect. we give great weight to our introspection's. Most of us are confident that our perceptions of ourselves are more accurate than others perceptions' of them. Yet psycholog ...

4 years ago

A Dangerous US President & Selective Amnesia

Funmi Ade · Lest we forget, #Syria’s #chemical #weapons, was dismantled & destroyed under a UN supervised initiative, in 2014.  If we must condemn, let’s condemn the US, UK;  ‘Assad must go’ policy of supporting  ‘moderate terrorists’. Not the Syrian government ‘aka  -Assad regime’ for bombi ...

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