Squeezing through the bottleneck

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A bottleneck exists because it is meant to be there, most of the time. If everyone tries to squeeze through the same limited space, there is bound to be a traffic jam. In such moments, Darwinian concepts such as “the survival of the fittest” become relevant. Reflective thinking from a detached perspective is likely to […]

Communication and risk

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Effective communication is usually learnt through imitation. Perhaps this is a reason why young children find it easier to be multilingual than those at other stages of development or growth. Having said this, there should be a point at which the personal angle takes over from orthodox approaches to being seen or heard. The most […]

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