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Business Organizations Are Living Entities And Not Mechanical Processes

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According to the principles of Newtonian physics the world is often regarded as static and mechanical.
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for our business to survive in this century and in the years to come it is fundamental that we move from our traditional conception of business as a mechanical process based on predictability to that of a living organism, which is dynamic and evolving. 

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A Man Of Imagination: From Precedents To Experience

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Experience they say is the best teacher, I for one do not go along with this school of thought because I am very well aware of the fact the experience is not an
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The Potency of An Idea And The Functionality of the Mind (2)

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A Continuation of my earlier piece The Mind and The Potentiality Of Ideas Now back to the analogy of the pregnant woman. As I said earlier, the baby is
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the amount of faith we have in our respective ideas is a function of how much we know of the nature of ideas itself and the fertility of our respective minds. the first factor between the successful mana nd the failure is to be found in the potency of the mind. 

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The Potency of an Idea Rests on The Functionality of the Mind it is Implanted

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In the previous article, ”What Are Ideas & Where Do They Come From”, I laid down a few fundamentals about the nature of ideas and also in that article, I t
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It Is High Time We Shatter The World and Re-imagine The Usual

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It is high time we f**k up the world and re-imagine the usual. Let me must confess that the inspiration for this article came from a track titled FTDW from Jay
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its high time we take a few breathes in and take quantum leaps because the one that is certain is the social systems and constructions of update have proven insufficient in dealing with the challneges of the 21st century so i say that now is the bets time to f**k up the world and reimagine the usual. 

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Ideas Vs Ideals: We Struggle In Life Because We Know Not The Difference

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One primary reason why a lot of businesses fail and often time struggle, especially young business as far as I am concerned is because they are unable to tear
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The Potency of An Idea And The Functionality of the Mind (2)

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A Continuation of my earlier piece The Mind and The Potentiality Of Ideas Now back to the analogy of the pregnant woman. As I said earlier, the baby is
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the amount of faith we have in our respective ideas is a function of how much we know of the nature of ideas itself and the fertility of our respective minds. the first factor between the successful mana nd the failure is to be found in the potency of the mind. 

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Samuel Isichei: What Are Ideas and Where Do They Come From?

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Everything in life no matter how simple and how complex it may appear can always be resolved into a singular idea and likewise can every business be resolved back into an essential idea which is its prima material and the relationship and...

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the more we know of the nature of ideas, the easier it becomes for us to translate and trust our ideas. at the back of every idea is s a ceaseless desire to grown its present form of expression.

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