Tag Archives: Choice

The Self You Choose

Our radical connectivity leaves us carrying a ‘self’ in many different spaces, but not necessarily the same ‘self’ into each. There are many views on how this works: some would claim that there is a ‘you’, a pilot that sits … Continue reading

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Valued or Trusted? #WorkingOutLoud on Types of Trust

This is the latest in a series of posts as i #WorkOutLoud on new research and writing on ‘Types of Trust’. It’s based on an exploration of the subjective notion of ‘trust’, and a desire to surface a workable framework … Continue reading

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System vs Person

“Hello mate, i’m Brett, i’ll be your server”. Brett was a couple of years younger than me, from New Zealand, and definitely hot out of training as the proudest waiter at the Italian restaurant. “i’ll have spaghetti and tomato sauce”, … Continue reading

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