Tag Archives: Thinking

Use the Force

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Force Field Analysis

At university I studied Physics and Chemistry. Physics can be defined as the study of matter and energy and the interactions between the two. These interactions are termed forces. Isaac Newton proposed his third law of motion that states, “For every action [i.e. force], there is an equal and opposite reaction”. When you sit in your chair, your body exerts a downward force on the chair and the chair exerts an upward force on your body. There are two forces resulting from this interaction – a force on the chair and a force on your body.

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Mind Maps, Myths and Misconceptions

 

 

phil Chambers Mind Map

Mind Mapping is one of the key thinking tools that we apply at Rikki Hunt Associates.

As World Mind Mapping Champion, it saddens me when people have been exposed to poor training or inferior visual thinking tools that purport to be Mind Maps but in fact are not. As a result, they come to believe myths about the limitations of Mind Maps. In this article I aim to tackle some of the unfair criticisms that occasionally arise.

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Win with every Error!

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This article was written for the Institute of Directors way back in July 1991. And still holds true today.
It’s not what you think, it’s the way that you think it

As someone who” left” school at 15, it is understandable that my memories of school life are not rosy.  As someone who was probably below the academic norm, it is perhaps not surprising that I might be ignored by teachers who, based in Liverpool and with 41 other kids to deal with, had other problems.

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