Posts Tagged ‘leaders’

It’s Not Just the President’s Psychology that Should Give Us Pause, It’s the Whole Bias of Human Psychology toward Believing that We Are “The Decider”

“Bush Derangement Syndrome” (BDS) is the derisive way that Washington Post’s op-ed columnist Charles Krauthammer refers to psychologically oriented analyses of George W. Bush’s brand of presidential decision-making. (The Bush family itself styles such analysis as “psychobabble.”)
While it’s no secret that I generally find this President’s mental performance ranking somewhere between the ludicrous and the [...]

ADD Expert Edward Hallowell Extends His Theories and Insights from the Specific to the General—And Concludes We’re Headed Pell-Mell Towards “Some Epochal Phase Change”

My buddy Paul Kordis of Fort Collins, CO forwards this excerpt from Edward Hallowell’s new work, CrazyBusy: Overstretched, Overbooked, and About to Snap! Strategies for Coping in a World Gone ADD:
Our peculiar times seem to be leading up to some epochal phase change, comparable to what happens to physical bodies when they reach a certain [...]