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New Thinking for the New Millennium by Edward de Bono

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This book is written according to the mathematical theory of dispersed cross-sensitivity (in a self-organizing system). Roughly speaking this means that water flowing down a river does less for the land than rain falling widely over the area. That is why the Grand Canyon cuts through a desert. For that reason the paragraphs in the first part of this book have been randomized. As you proceed through the paragraphs it is more like proceeding through the experiences of life than walking down a pathway set for you.
People who are constipated become irritable, grumpy and bad-tempered. It is time we moved on from the constipated judgemental thinking of the last millennium and all the strife it caused, to thinking which is more concerned with design and value creation.
You can analyse the past but you need to design the future.
That is the difference between suffering the future and enjoying it.
  rajendran | Mar 5, 2007 |
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