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Unfavorable conditions dictate a New Paradigm of Development, namely the introduction of Nanotechnology for consumers.
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Tips To Help Make Your Blogging Stand Out From The Crowd

Tips To Help Make Your Blogging Stand Out From The Crowd | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Many people would like to create a blog which helps them to get their message across to the world. Having an audience is a good way to be successful in different marketing areas.

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Having  an  audience  for  the  Creation  new  Mindset  of  development :  New  Paradigm  . 

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Virtual multicultural teams: real communication in the virtual world

Virtual multicultural teams: real communication in the virtual world | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
The following situation sounds common enough for Romania, a country which has been chosen by many companies as their outsource location.

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From  the  Virtual  World  to  real  Innovation  with  Nanotechnology  for  development

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esWorking Effectively across Cultures: Perceptions of Time | Cross Cultural Training

esWorking Effectively across Cultures: Perceptions of Time | Cross Cultural Training | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Working effectively across cultures requires the ability to not only identify different perceptions of time, but the skills to be able to manage business and relationships when attitudes to time are so drastically different.

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New  aspect  for  Development : Working  Effectively  across  Cultures.

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Can Innovative Thinking Be Learned?

Can Innovative Thinking Be Learned? | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Disruptive innovators possess a suite of skills that enable them to connect dots that the rest of us don't usually perceive. But can these skills be learned?

AN : the answer is that some are better than others at innovation but there are methods to improve one's thinking and analytical and synthesis methodologies....the author reviews some of those methods....

http://goo.gl/5w8OD


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New  Knowledge  give   a  Suite  of  skills  for  New  Mindset !

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The Brain’s Ability to Look Within: A Secret to Well-Being

The Brain’s Ability to Look Within: A Secret to Well-Being | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Tapping into our ability to turn attention inward empowers and heals.

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Nanotechnology  is  the  Brain"s   Ability !

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An insightful look into our ability to gain a greater sense of well-being. Giving attention to our inner landscape, or mindscape, and bringing awareness to the moment has great impact on our happiness and positive emotion. Stop for a moment when feeling distressed, or just needing to wind-down from the busy-ness of the day, and take a deep breath. Then take another...

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8 Reasons Why Every Health Tech Startup Should Use Crowdfunding - HIT Consultant

8 Reasons Why Every Health Tech Startup Should Use Crowdfunding - HIT Consultant | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
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Surprisingly, the popular crowdfunding site doesn't permit health, fitness, or medical projects.

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New  Paradigm  for  Funding !

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, March 27, 2013 1:40 AM

There's some good reasons that make you think about your company and sector. Good article.

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Neuroscience and Jung’s Model of the Psyche: A Close Fit

Neuroscience and Jung’s Model of the Psyche: A Close Fit | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

‘Jungians [have] made it quite clear that they are not simply uninterested in brain science, but consider it to be so hopelessly inadequate to their quest for holistic union, transcendental spirituality, precognition, and extrasensory perception as to be an obstacle to progress.’ (J. A. Hobson, Consciousness, p. 103.)

 

This quotation from J. Allan Hobson appears typical for the perception of Jungian concepts among scientists. Likewise, it is probably fair to say that a large section of Jungian Analysts are unfamiliar with neuroscientific research. This is true for psychoanalysts just as well. This creates fear of the unknown and demarcation. In this paper I would like to demonstrate that Jung’s central concepts are in line with findings of neuroscientists, thus opening up the potential for dialogue and mutual inspiration.

 

The concept of unconscious mental processes is now firmly routed in the scientific field. There is no doubt any longer that purposeful brain activity takes place without the conscious awareness of the individual. Publications by Gazzaniga, LeDoux, Damasio, Panksepp, Ramachandran and others are providing numerous examples.

Our brains resemble old museums that contain many of the ...

 


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Yes.   -   Real  Potential   for  mutual  Inspiration /Nanotechnology / !

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The Right Innovation Mindset Can Take You from Idea to Impact

The Right Innovation Mindset Can Take You from Idea to Impact | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Think different, act different, and achieve extraordinary success.

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P.S.   -  Result   from  Idea  to  Impact    is  real  Nanotechnology !

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, September 24, 2013 6:50 AM

INNOVATE = to introduce something new; make changes in anything established...

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The Cost of Identity in the Personal Data Economy

The Cost of Identity in the Personal Data Economy | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
We need to recognize that the current "sharing" economy of Internet commerce is rapidly eroding our ability to portray our character, value, and lives within a context where we have sovereignty over how we're broadcast to the world.

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Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/ give  new  Cost  of  Identity !

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Massive Open Online Courses and Beyond: the Revolution to Come

Massive Open Online Courses and Beyond: the Revolution to Come | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Massive Open Online Courses might democratize and open higher education but are problematic with regard to deskilling academic labor.

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Paradigm  of  Education  :  Revolution Open  Online  Course  with  New  Knowledge  !

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Prediction: A Paradigm Shift in Social Media Sharing

Prediction: A Paradigm Shift in Social Media Sharing | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Google Plus Circles will introduce a new paradigm for sharing, one where we focus on who we want to share with, instead of where we share.

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Paradigm  for  Social  Media  is  Social  Media /Next Level/ & Nanotechnology with  Feedback.

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Forgotten Knowledge: How Your Memory Works and How to Improve It

Forgotten Knowledge: How Your Memory Works and How to Improve It | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Just in case you forgot, our memories are an integral part of our lives and experiences, and enrich our existence.


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Memory  can  Works  with  new  opportunity  !

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How Digital is (or not) Affecting the Way We Think

How Digital is (or not) Affecting the Way We Think | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

A blog post about thinking in the digital age and how the digital revolution may have impacted our thinking patterns or that of our kids.


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How  we  thinking  in  the  Digital  Age  with  new  opportunity / Big  Data / ?  This  is  good  question  for  Development .

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Two Types of Curation You Can Monetize: Here's What You Should Do

Two Types of Curation You Can Monetize: Here's What You Should Do | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

This is part 2 of a 2 part series by Jack Humphrey for CurationSoft, in which he tells us that there are many types of Curation but only two that can be monetized. 

 

Part One deals with Realtime Curation, the realm of people like Robert Scoble, Guy Kawasaki, and Mari Smith  they are followed on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ by so many people because of their ability to surface and post content their readers appreciate, enjoy, and spread around their own networks.

 

This piece deals with 'Curated Hubs', "which is just a fancy name for blog curation".

 

This is what captured my attention:

 

A well curated hub will include

 

***trackback links from cited sites, which improve search rankings for the curator, and

 

***monetization through traditional methods of paid advertising, affiliate sales, list marketing, or products and services you provide directly

 

The Value Proposition in a site must

 

***create a knee-jerk reaction in first time visitors to want to bookmark, subscribe, or somehow make a note that this is a site they must visit regularly and

 

***The person behind the curation is not just an aggregator of content, but someone with opinion and insight to add to the discussion and the outside sources they curate into their posts

 

The crux of the article is summed up as

 

****Getting hub curation right means providing a value in the marketplace that is sought after by a significant portion of the ideal reader demographic you wish to attract. Get this down, and you’ll have the traffic, rankings, and discussion on social networks to provide you with monetization opportunities out the wazoo.

 

And the bottom line?  You control the entire process, up to and including whatever action you want your readers to take that makes your content marketing profitable.

 

Under the sub-heading "Whose Castle are you Building", which means, you have to build your own platform the author writes:

 

****This you cannot do on a third-party site owned by someone else.

 

****In every instance where someone has built a third-party, hosted solution for publishing it has been an utter failure for the publishers in terms of maximizing profitability of all the eyes they attract.

 

****It is always better for the owner of the network than it is the publisher. Always!

 

****So neverput your business in the hands of anyone else.

 

Curated by JanLGordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond"

 

Read the full article: [http://bit.ly/vT1ITT]


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Robin Good's comment, December 7, 2011 3:52 AM
Yes, I do see Techmeme, Engadget and the others, but I was looking more for real-world ones built by passionate individuals, and not by startups that have been at it for years with VC money behind it.

Are there examples of this model working also for small independent publishers?
janlgordon's comment, December 7, 2011 9:47 AM
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Hi Jack
Robin Good has a question and I'd like to know too:

Can you sight some examples of this "well curated hubs" that monetize as described. That would be very helpful.
Yes, I do see Techmeme, Engadget and the others, but I was looking more for real-world ones built by passionate individuals, and not by startups that have been at it for years with VC money behind it.

Are there examples of this model working also for small independent publishers?
Karen Dietz's comment, December 7, 2011 10:29 AM
Yes, I'd like to the answer too -- inquiring minds want to know! Very interesting post. Thanks for curating this piece Jan.
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Social networking growing in popularity among older adults in the U.S.

Social networking growing in popularity among older adults in the U.S. | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
The Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project released on Monday the results of its latest survey on Internet use among adults in the United States. The report reveals that almost th...

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Earth 2.0: Initialization, Official Poster, November 2011

Earth 2.0: Initialization, Official Poster, November 2011 | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
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Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/ is Initialization 2013, Earth 3.0 .
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Research shows adult brains capable of rapid new growth

Research shows adult brains capable of rapid new growth | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
(PhysOrg.com) -- In a paper published in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, Veronica Kwok, Li-Hai Tan, and their colleagues at the University of Hong Kong, conclude that the adult human brain is capable of new rapid growth when exposed to...

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Original  Brains  Capable  !

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Business Plan 101: Why You Need One, What's In It

Business Plan 101:  Why You Need One, What's In It | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

To start, or not to start, that's the question you've been pondering for some time. Maybe you're taking a leap from law firm or government practice to start your own, maybe you're a new graduate, maybe you've already started your...own firm.

Wherever you are in the decision process -- even if you've already started -- consider writing a business plan, because you are after all, starting a business.

Why You Need a Business Plan

A business plan is your road map; it allows you to set goals and form strategies. If you take the process seriously and do some soul searching, you may find that what you actually want, is different from what you thought you wanted. Well-written business plans can also be used as a sales tool whether you're trying to get financing, bring on a partner, or get bought out by a larger firm.

What Goes In a Business Plan

A good business plan will answer all the W (and one H) questions ..

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Well-written  Business Plan  for  Nano ! Learning,  Consulting, Technology  Transfer .  New  Paradigm !

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, September 10, 2013 12:02 PM

Great questions from a 'legal professionals' blog.

Rachelle Howard's curator insight, September 13, 2013 9:27 PM

Useful for social enterprise; which are businesses for social gain - also good for collating your thoughts within an organisation 

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How You Can Train Your Mind To Do The Impossible

How You Can Train Your Mind To Do The Impossible | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

We know that the human brain is a powerful organ, but many of us aren't aware of how much the mind is truly capable of -- and much more powerful it can become through deliberate training. By exercising the brain (yes, you can use repetition and habit as you do when you exercise the body), we can achieve what may have previously seemed nearly impossible.

 

A multitude of studies have linked meditation with both physical and mental health benefits, from reduced depression and anxiety to improved immune system functioning. And thanks to a line of research that looks at the brain power of of Buddhist monks -- who have devoted their lives to the practice of meditation, compassion and non-attachment -- we now know that the brain changes that result from years of mindfulness practices can be staggering.


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Yes.  -  You  can  train  your  Main  with  real  nNanotechnology  !

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What is Depth Psychology? - DepthList.com

What is Depth Psychology? - DepthList.com | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

“The decisive question for man is: Is he related to something infinite or not? That is the telling question of his life,” writes Carl Jung who is widely known as the father of depth psychology. “Only if we know that the thing which truly matters is the infinite can we avoid fixing our interest upon futilities and upon all kinds of goals which are not of real importance....In the final analysis, we count for something only because of the essential we embody, and if we do not embody that, life is wasted” (Jung, 1989, p. 325).

 

Depth psychology, narrowed down to its essential, asks simply: what is the nature of our dance with the Jung’s “infinite”--and what does it mean to us? The term "depth psychology," first coined by Swiss psychiatrist, Eugene Bleuler, around the end of the 1800’s, has its beginnings in the work of Sigmund Freud and another Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gustav Jung, along with Pierre Janet and William James. Depth Psychology explores the hidden or deeper parts of human experience by seeing things in...(click title to read more)


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                                    Depth  Psychology   with  new  Understanding  / New  Knowledge  about  Nanotechnology / !

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The Rebirth of Learning Starts With Mindset - Huffington Post (blog)

The Rebirth of Learning Starts With Mindset - Huffington Post (blog) | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
The Rebirth of Learning Starts With Mindset
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Professor Sugata Mitra didn't invent student-driven learning.

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Yes.   -   The  Rebirth  of  Learning  Starts  with  New  Mindset  for  Development  !

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Where Brain Health Meets Digital Health and Big Data

Where Brain Health Meets Digital Health and Big Data | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

What can be more impor­tant in tak­ing care of one's body than tak­ing care of one's brain?

 

While there is much we still do not know about our brains, we do know that the sta­tus quo is not an option. It is leav­ing us woe­fully unpre­pared to meet cur­rent and future demands.

 

True brain health requires pre­serv­ing and enhanc­ing a vari­ety of cog­ni­tive, emo­tional and exec­u­tive func­tion­al­ity, going far beyond the absence of dis­ease. A holis­tic brain health approach, addi­tion­ally, would serve as the best way to delay, if not pre­vent, the neu­ro­log­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal con­di­tions men­tioned above.

 

This oppor­tu­nity is becom­ing true thanks to a nascent cul­tural shift. Pre­vi­ously a pas­sive party in the health ­care process, con­sumers are assum­ing a more active role. 

 

Over the past two decades, our under­stand­ing of the human brain has grown exponentially. Fueled by this new infor­ma­tion, the num­ber and vari­ety of brain appli­ca­tions avail­able com­mer­cially is explod­ing, poten­tially trans­form­ing the way we care for our brains across our entire lifespan.

 

 Since we don't see this cru­cial organ in the mir­ror, it's all too easy to for­get those bil­lions of neu­rons and con­nec­tions. But the research pic­ture is increas­ingly clear... what we do, every sin­gle day, has an impact on our brain health. For bet­ter or worse, our choices and behav­iors impact our life-long brain develop­ment, and the way we treat our brain today will affect our over­all health and qual­ity of life years from now.

 

Empow­er­ing every­one with a brain to opti­mize that brain will require wide­spread access to val­i­dated assess­ments and inter­ven­tions as well as a well-informed under­stand­ing of how to nav­i­gate and use them. 

 

We are still early in this process, but we should be aware that accel­er­at­ing inno­va­tion is poised to enable sys­tem­atic brain health self-monitoring and self-care, in turn trans­forming what it means to live healthy and ful­fill­ing lives. 

 

The pro­lif­er­a­tion of inex­pen­sive, data-rich tech­nolo­gies means more indi­vid­u­als will start to mea­sure and track men­tal func­tions over time, 

 


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How to Be a Better Leader Online

How to Be a Better Leader Online | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Want to influence more people and build your reputation online? Here are five ways to do it.

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                         Leader  Online  with  new  Knowledge  and  new Opportunity for  Real Growth .

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The global debt clock

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Authoritative weekly newspaper focusing on international politics and business news and opinion.

 

Tags: Economic, currency, visualization.


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  Visualization  of   real   Economy !

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Guillaume Decugis's comment, September 6, 2012 3:06 PM
Remember when we used to talk about the 3rd-world debt being a problem? (Back when the term 3rd world was actually not politically incorrect...) Well, this map clearly shows, debt is a 1st-world problem now...

Awesome map Seth! Thanks for sharing.
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The Knowledge Management Strategy Map

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Knowledge management and strategy go hand in hand; this article shows models of a typical strategy map. “A strategy map is a pretty well established way of mapping out the strategy of a company in a ...

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New  Knowledge  Management  Strategy   with  Nanotechnology !

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Peter Karlsson's curator insight, July 5, 2013 6:46 PM

Strategy maps have been around for years now and can be an exellent tool   

Dr. Dan Kirsch's comment, July 8, 2013 10:34 AM
I think that an important distinction would be that while Knowledge Maps are more well known in the world of Knowledge Management, the usage of strategy maps are less prevalent in KM (given that very few organizations actually have a KM strategy!).