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Ted On Ambiguity

I woke up this morning, still thinking about ambiguity and my natural aversion to…. Well, mornings. After a cup of Joe and a slice of shingle with a shimmy and a shake, I set myself

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Ryan The Peak

the peak n e a r i n g the snowy summit the comforts of the slow and steady climb slip away the air has changed gazing off the windy peak inside churns – excitement

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Allan – Ode To Ambiguity

To the melody of the Jungle Book’s Bare Necessities, here’s a little song about ambiguity aversion. Best sung with Louis Armstrong playing the original in the background! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbUv_Tnnl2g Embrace the ambiguities The simple ambiguities Don’t

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New Model of Thinking and Emotion

At the recent Neuroleadership summit in Boston, Lisa Feldman Barrett articulated a whole new view on the appropriate model for understanding our thinking and our feelings. “Lisa challenged some of the most deeply held ideas

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