The US Oil Spill

October 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico (NASA, International...

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I wanted to write an article on the US oil spill, mostly on the dance of BP leaders to avoid account ability and taking response ability after the spill, but these two gentlemen, Clarke & Dawe, from Down Under so aptly convey the core of that, that I feel I have nothing to add.
Watch the clip!

May the Force be with me!

October 7, 2009 § Leave a comment

The Fool

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Just a controlled folly conversation with an old acquaintance over Twitter on the dangers of doing laundry, ironing and dishes …
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Key patterns for making your business fail

August 25, 2009 § Leave a comment

workshop description Unfolding WingsWe all know how to make businesses fail, right?
Enjoy these excellent patterns!

How to make the worst entrance ever!

August 19, 2009 § Leave a comment

Your entrance makes a statement.

And I am aiming for some experimentation with five controlled folly principles.
Wear an outfit that makes you feel uncomfortable …

How to become more fully inhumane

May 22, 2008 § Leave a comment

Artwork at High Green Manor #1 - "Polaris...

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To achieve this enlightened goal you need to become codependent. Codependence involves reacting to life from a polarized belief system.

Essential for achieving this state is practicing black and white thinking. We’ve all been raised to know “good” from “bad” or “wrong”, so that’s a good starting point. You can perhaps use gender differences like “male energy” and “female energy”. And as a techie we have the advantage for we are used to binary thinking, “0” and “1”, “nothing” and “all”. And if all fails, we can get into using “objectivity” and “subjectivity”.

Next step is to discover exactly how imperfect you are

How to best kill your creativity the fastest

May 20, 2008 § 1 Comment

Sertificat of Guinness book records

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First of all, you have to give away your power. To a guru, to a manager, a “strong man”, an authority figure who knows what he is doing. Really, you have to invite micro-management to be attracted to you, so you are constantly watched. You’ve been raised to be a “good girl” or a “good boy” who doesn’t cause trouble. So, whatever you do, don’t make waves, cause trouble, or disrupt the “peace”. Be a bit of a nincompoop and fool, so you will be hovered over by your “superiors”.

Under constant observation, the risk-taking creative urge quickly goes underground and hides …

Do you know your body language?

March 10, 2008 § Leave a comment

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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What you are is shouting so loud, I can’t hear what you are saying — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Body language is a term for communication using body movements or gestures instead of, or in addition to, sounds, verbal language or other communication. It forms part of the category of para-language, which describes all forms of human communication that are not verbal language. This includes the most subtle of movements that many people are not aware of, including winking and slight movement of the eyebrows. In addition, body language can also incorporate the use of facial expressions.
Three little controlled folly exercises …

Lightning bolts and party time

August 1, 2007 § 2 Comments

Small Mountain

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Having worked in a team of mortals that were elevated by a God to the mountain of a huuuge world, and then being sent out into the mortal world to do this God’s bidding, I know a lot less time and energy goes into creating lightning bolts than in manifesting wishes (of my customers) on Earth.

It requires the art of living and the ability to use human assets in the kind of healthy way that brings contentment and happiness.

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