Almost a year ago, we posted most of the contents of the blog item you are now viewing and reading on LEAP!psych in this same space. I hope you’ll indulge me one more time by reading through it again. And, if you haven’t already done so, I’d count myself privileged if you should decide to [...]
The title you see for this LEAP!psych item is the one I used for an article that appeared in the January, 2016 (Vol. 3, No. 1), edition of Assumption University of Thailand (Bangkok) business school’s ODI Journal.
I used the much appreciated invitation by the journal’s editors to talk about how new ways of tracking changes [...]
If you’ve never scouted up a copy of my book, The Mother of All Minds: Leaping Free of an Outdated Human Nature, here is how it begins:
Without the ”I,” there would be few books. And certainly not this book. The ”I,” of course, is all about the ego. As you are about to discover, I [...]
here is much that takes getting used to when you start thinking like a dolphin.
You’ll quickly discover, if you haven’t already, that swimming in dolphin “brain waters” produces patterns of thinking that tend to become identifying, status-alert signatures for you. Suddenly, something within your awareness clues you to the reality that more is going [...]
If you missed out on our initial roll-out and are wondering what the hubbub is about, you can find a quick fly-over introduction to our new soft-skills-building training format here and here.
What has really been rewarding about our unveiling of a new “play book approach” to using dolphin thinking insights and methodologies in times of [...]
If you came into this website through the back door, you may not have noticed this change right off, if at all. But the navbar on this page isn’t where it used to be.
As you no doubt know, the navbar is a generalized list of contents on a website. On this particular page, it used [...]
The therapist was a tiny woman with dark, closely cropped hair, magnetic eyes and a ready, inviting smile. Her name was Insoo Kim Berg. She was born in Korea, came to the U.S. in 1957 to study and stayed.
The person closest to her was her husband, a jazz-musician-turned-psychotherapist named Steve de Shazer. She persuaded [...]
In the past few weeks, we’ve put two of our three most high-profile print-issued books dealing with the brain and thinking skills online as eBooks and are getting close to uploading the third.
If you didn’t see our e-mail announcements of this activity, we’ve made it easy to arrange for purchase on any of the major [...]
A big leap is taking place this month for our latest book-length work, LEAP! How to Think Like a Dolphin & Do the Next Right, Smart Thing Come Hell or High Water.
A little more than a year after it was published in English, the book is making its first appearance in another language—French. Officially, the [...]
Ask admirers of the dolphin strategy what they like about it best, and a lot of folks will say its views on abundance versus scarcity.
About how—or so many of these readers will describe it—this view of things characterizes dolphinthinkers as always championing abundance and sharkthinkers (carpthinkers, too) as always promoting scarcity.
I’d agree that this [...]