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#WorkingOutLoud on Types of Power: Individual vs Networked

#WorkingOutLoud on Types of Power: Individual vs Networked | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Individual power is that which an individual can wield directly, what may historically have been viewed a strong social ties within a network, ties that carry influence and are forged upon trust. Individual power may have a second layer of effect out to the loose social ties that sit further out in our network. Ultimately individual power is limited to 1° of separation.

Network power relies on the amplification and social reinforcement of the communities around us. It’s the type of power that can take ideas and make them spread, often not equally through networks, but rather through nodes and amplifiers. Nodes are highly connected individuals within a network who will carry high social capital and high social reputation. Ideas that flow through these high-value nodes are much more likely to be amplified. This amplified effect is the basis of networked power. Martyrs and heroes both convey networked forms of power. Indeed, both also operate individual power, people they can interact with directly, as well as broadcast power out to a wider network with whom they do not interact, but it’s through the amplification and reinforcement of nodes and amplifiers in the network that they gain their networked power.

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Both individual, and hence network power which grows out of it, are based upon high authenticity. It’s another reason why formal messages often fall victim to socially amplified ones: because the socially amplified ones, founded upon individual power, have great authenticity.     -      */S.Y\   Nanotechnology give New Philosophy for Science, real Application of they for Development. This is Individual  Power.  -  The Evolution of Leader . A Permanent Creativity give " Things of Perfection", the Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom. This  is  a Digital Realization  of  Thought Leader on Network.  This is Network Power.
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Delivering Transformational Leadership: Pt. 1—Strengthening Your Core - Enterprise Transformation Results

Delivering Transformational Leadership: Pt. 1—Strengthening Your Core - Enterprise Transformation Results | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
This post highlights how by owning key weaknesses, transformational leadership can inspire and strengthen you and your teams.

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Just as experts in fitness tout the benefits of strengthening your “core,” fostering transformational leadership in yourself and your organization means building a different kind of strong “core.” -*/S.Y\ Self - Awareness is the Positive Results of Transformation with new Mindset .
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How creativity can solve your problems

How creativity can solve your problems | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Interacting with the world requires creative problem solving every day. Enter Tina Seelig's innovation engine. Tina gives us her creative insights as to how different aspects in our lives like culture, attitude, imagination, knowledge, habitat and resources help shape the way we solve our problems. According to Tina, the bigger the problem, the bigger the opportunity to find creative solutions!

 

"Creativity allows you to thrive in an ever-changing world and unlocks a universe of possibilities. With enhanced creativity, instead of problems you see potential, instead of obstacles you see opportunities, and instead of challenges you see a chance to create breakthrough solutions."

 

Here's a quick recap on how creativity works:

1. it identify opportunities

2. It allows you to reframe problems.

3. It encourages you to challenge existing assumptions

4. It allows you to connect and combine ideas

 

Im on a mission to spread creativity. Share your insights, follow me on Twitter @hubertvalentino. I'd love to hear from you.


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But the Innovation Engine has an ignition key and it’s not easy to turn. “It’s hard to get beyond obvious answers,” Seelig says, “It takes work and commitment to get beyond the first, second, and third waves of ideas to get to the ones that are really interesting.” - */S.Y\ This is really interesting. A Permanent Creativity give "Things of Perfection",The Real Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom/. This is New Level Knowledge

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Strategy Isn't What You Say, It’s What You Do

Strategy Isn't What You Say, It’s What You Do | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Every organization has a strategy: its strategy is what it does.


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Strategy Isn’t What You Say, It’s What You Do. - */S.Y\ Real Result is Correlation between real Opportunity for Development /exterior / and Capacity for Realization / interior /.

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The point is that everyone needs to connect the dots. If strategy is what people do rather than what bosses say, it is absolutely critical that each person in the organization knows what it means to take actions that are consistent with the intent of the strategy as asserted.

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How big data and #predictiveanalytics are transforming sports

How big data and #predictiveanalytics are transforming sports | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Can an algorithm tell a batter if the next pitch will be a curveball or a slider? Can data help basketball teams play better defense?


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How big data and predictive analytics are transforming sports. - */S.Y\ The Real Results of Application for Health can use, also for Sports.

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Questions about the Creative Mind

Questions about the Creative Mind | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
What does creativity mean? If you were to ask 10 people to define creativity, you are likely to get 10 unique and different perspectives. There are a number of creativity theorists who have made a career trying to define and study creativity. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Management at the Quality of Life Research Center, suggested that exceptionally creative people are described as individuals who work hard for long periods of time with a clearly set intention in a domain in which they have a deep interest. Keith Sawyer, author of Group Genius, agrees that creativity consists of a lot of hard work but added that creativity is enhanced by consistently engaging in practices that develop good ideas. Eva Hoff, Lund University, positions creativity as the combination of two or more elements of reality in a new way with the intention to do something original. Thomas R. Fisher, Dean of the College of Design at the University of Minnesota, relates creativity to the thought process; however, Mark Runco, Professor at UGA, links creativity to bringing something new into existence, such as an invention, design, or work of art. Some theorists characterize creativity as a state of mature emotional intelligence, mental flexibility, and field independence (not relying on information provided by others).

When defining creativity, should it be characterized as personal creativity in order to consider individual differences? Does a child’s style preference (selfish vs. altruistic), attitude, level of curiosity, imagination, emotional maturity, stress tolerance, and self-efficacy impact creativity? Do birth order, extracurricular activities, cultural background, peer pressure, socioeconomic status, parental style (rigid vs. relaxed), and school culture influence creativity? How do all these individual differences work together in group creativity? Christophe Mouchiroud and Frank Zenasni, René Descartes University, have studied the individual differences in the development of social creativity, and determined that novel thinking can lead to behaviors which have a benefit to efficiently solving problems occurring in groups.

What role does imagination play in creativity? Are child paracosms (pretend play and imaginary worlds) a precursor to adult creativity? Eva Hoff stated that pretend play is a “necessary” part of the creative process in both adults and children. Marjorie Taylor, Professor of Psychology at the University of Oregon, studied the perspectives of a variety of theorists and found conceptual agreement that “imagination is a multifaceted capacity that emerges early in life, develops substantially during the preschool years, and continues to be fundamental to human thought throughout life.” Jerome and Dorothy Singer, Yale University, highlighted that “our human capacity for mental imagery representations, reenactments, and anticipatory constructions, which are all elaborations of our direct sensory experiences, may well be a defining characteristic of our species.” Another benefit of imagination is future thinking: the ability to contemplate the future, including theory of mind and inhibitory control.

As you can see from above, imagination and creativity are necessary for child development and success. I believe that imagination is the foundation for a creative mind. Programs, like Destination Imagination, enhance creative behavior and enable students to be flexible and adaptive in their thinking. Destination Imagination is unique in that it strives to teach the creative process from imagination to innovation. What do you think when you “imagine” a creative mind?

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Destination Imagination is unique in that it strives to teach the creative process from imagination to innovation. - */S.Y\

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 23, 12:19 PM
There are more questions than answers about creativity. That should be considered in teaching.
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How Goldman Sachs Decides Whether A Job Candidate Is A 'Critical Thinker'

How Goldman Sachs Decides Whether A Job Candidate Is A 'Critical Thinker' | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
The investment banking giant uses hypotheticals and brain-teasers to see how interviewees think.

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 Critical  Thinking  give  new  Mindset,  becoming  a  Thought  Leader.  Thought  Leader  can  realize   new  Business  Decisions  for  SME's .
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9 Ways Amazing Leaders Demonstrate Real Authenticity

People respond to leaders who are authentic and genuine. Be authentic and genuine every day of the week.


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They genuinely express themselves  -   */S.Y\  POSITIVE SOCIAL INTERACTIONS give the Growth of Your Social Media. A Permanent Creativity born Real Interest & New Connections of Users in Network./ LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, About me, Scoop.it,  SladeShare,  XING, Viadeo, RefferalKey,.../

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How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking?

How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking? | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking? - MINDSIGHT_STAR | LinkPlug

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 Nanotechnology  give  New  Philosophy    for   Science ,  and  real  Application  of  they  for  Development. 
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The US Nanotechnology Challenge - EBN

The US Nanotechnology Challenge - EBN | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Nanotechnology is going manstream and electronics manufacturers need to consider how these advances will affect new products, innovation, and the supply chain.

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 Nanotechnology  give  New  Philosophy    for   Science ,  and  real  Application  of  they  for  Development.
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5 Actions of Transformational Leaders

5 Actions of Transformational Leaders | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
As a business leader, inspiring people to follow you in pursuit of your company’s mission is your job. After all, your personal success is directly linked to the success of the company.

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Transformation of Thought Leader give New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom .

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, December 2, 2014 9:29 AM

Never underestimate the value of sound leadership principles.

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Do gut bacteria control your mind? | KurzweilAI

Do gut bacteria control your mind? | KurzweilAI | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Bacteria within you — which outnumber your own cells about 100 times — may be affecting both your cravings and moods to get you to eat what they want, and may be driving you toward obesity.

 

That’s the conclusion of an article published this week in the journal BioEssays by researchers from UC San Francisco,Arizona State University and University of New Mexico from a review of the recent scientific literature.

 

How your gut microbiome may control you

 

The diverse community of microbes, collectively known as the gut microbiome, influence human eating behavior and dietary choices to favor consumption of the particular nutrients they grow best on, rather than simply passively living off whatever nutrients we choose to send their way.Some bacterial species prefer fat, and others sugar, for instance. They vie with each other for food and to retain a niche within their ecosystem — your digestive tract — and they also often have different aims than you do when it comes to your own actions.Bacteria may influence your decisions by releasing signaling molecules into your gut. Because the gut is linked to the immune system, the endocrine system, and the nervous system, those signals could influence your physiologic and behavioral responses — and health.Bacteria may be acting through the vagus nerve, which connects 100 million nerve cells from the digestive tract to the base of the brain, changing taste receptors, producing toxins to make you feel bad, and releasing chemical rewards to make you feel good.Certain strains of bacteria increase anxious behavior (in mice).Some strains of bacteria cause stomach cancer and perhaps other cancers.

 

What you can do (with medical guidance)

 

Make changes in what you eat. There are measurable changes in the microbiome within 24 hours of diet change, evolving on the time scale of minutes.Take appropriate probiotics. One study showed a drink containing Lactobacillus casei improved mood in those who were feeling the lowest.Kill targeted species with specific antibiotics.Acquire specialized bacteria that digest your favorite foods. (Bacteria that digest seaweed are found in humans in Japan, where seaweed is popular in the diet.)See previous KurzweilAI posts on gut bacteria

 

The co-authors’ study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the American Cancer Society, the Bonnie D. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin.

 

 


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How control your body with new Knowledge for Health.

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Jim Manske's curator insight, August 22, 2014 4:50 PM

On our trip to Korea two years ago, I started eating Kimchi regularly.  (There are hundreds of varieties of Kimchi consumed there other than the cabbage Kimchi commonly found in some US grocery stores.)  

 

I noticed an almost immediate positive effect on my digestive process as I increased the probiotic supply.  Now, I wonder what other effects the members of my "biome" may be influencing.  And I am grateful that we have learned to make our own kimchi, and our refrigerator has an abundance in the moment!

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What’s Your Type? Personality Tests in the Workplace

What’s Your Type? Personality Tests in the Workplace | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
People are different, and that’s a good thing. However, because we all convey and gather information in different ways, sometimes the lines of communication break down. It’s a big challenge in to…

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 Personality Tests  of  Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano /.

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To Foster Your Creativity, Don't Learn To Code; Learn To Paint

To Foster Your Creativity, Don't Learn To Code; Learn To Paint | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
The best way to foster innovation and creativity is to study and seriously practice the arts.


In the history of the Nobel Prize, nearly every Laureate has pursued the arts. According to research by psychologists Michele and Robert Root-Bernstein, “almost all Nobel laureates in the sciences actively engage in arts as adults. They are twenty-five times as likely as the average scientist to sing, dance, or act; seventeen times as likely to be a visual artist; twelve times more likely to write poetry and literature; eight times more likely to do woodworking or some other craft; four times as likely to be a musician; and twice as likely to be a photographer.”
Physicist Max Planck, who both wrote operas and composed symphonies, once wrote that scientists “must have a vivid intuitive imagination, for new ideas are not generated by deduction, but by artistically creative imagination.”
History seems to agree with him. Many of the world’s greatest scientists, in eras both ancient and modern, were also artists. Da Vinci, of course, is famous for his talents both artistic and scientific. Robert Fulton, the inventor of the modern steam engine, was a painter. The actress Hedy Lamarr was the of the patent that underlies cell phones, wi-fi and GPS. Her partner in that invention? George Antheil, a composer and musician.


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In particular, by learning to code. Arbesman argues that “through code, and the recognition that algorithmic similarity occurs over and over, we can see the similarities between different spheres of knowledge.”  -  +/S.Y\ Nanotechnology give New Philosophy for Science, real Application of they for Development.
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Jean-Michel Livowsky's curator insight, February 6, 2014 6:44 AM

Einstein, franchement, était d'une nullité crasse au violon. Heureusement, il était plus physique, comme garçon.

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Content, Inter-Linked Data And SEO

Content, Inter-Linked Data And SEO | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Content Marketing and Social Media presence are not the new SEO and are certainly not replacing search.

 

They are supplementing SEO along with all the other on-page and off-page factors on which we have been working on till date.

 

So, adding regular great content is the key to the right start, but just having great content is not enough, as the search engines are checking the social buzz too.

 

The social signals add to the reputation and this online reputation is the lifeline of any online presence. In the real world, “You are what your thoughts are” on the web “You are what You Share and where you share”.

 

Read More: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/about-content-inter-linked-data-and-seo/40940/

 


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In the real world, “You are what your thoughts are” on the web “You are what You Share and where you share”.  -  */S.Y\ My Code Content is A Permanent Creativity.  Power up your Thinking with a Permanent Creativity.
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Criteria for Authentic Spiritual Realization

Criteria for Authentic Spiritual Realization | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Discover inspiring, crucial Criteria for Authentic Spiritual Realization or optimal well-being to understand the all-important goal or aim or religious/spiritual life...


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Deep insight or intelligence—e.g., an ability to discern the Real (the unchanging Source-Awareness or God-Self) from unreal changing phenomena, the fleeting forms of the Formless.  -   */S.Y\   The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is new opportunities from two point of views.

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Introverts Will Soon Rule the Business World

Introverts Will Soon Rule the Business World | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
While introverts innovate, extroverts are mostly talk. So in a business world where innovation is crucial, do we really need the extroverts?

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Since all these trends are continuing apace, it's fair to wonder whether there's much of a role for extroverts in today's must-be-innovative, dispersed, globalized firms. After all, you can't glad-hand over the internet.  -   */S.Y\ A Permanent Creativity is the Best Quality for Leader with New Opportunities for Business.

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Creating A "Regenerative Economy" To Transform Global Finance Into A Force For Good

Creating A "Regenerative Economy" To Transform Global Finance Into A Force For Good | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
What if the economy protected people and the planet?

Regenerative Capitalism has eight elements:

Right Relationship: It holds the continuation of life sacred and recognizes that the economy is embedded in human culture and the ecosphere.Entrepreneurialism: A Regenerative Economy draws on the innate ability of human beings to innovate and "create anew" across all sectors of society.Wealth Viewed Holistically: True wealth is defined in terms of the well-being of the "whole," achieved through the enhancement and harmonization of the multiple forms of capital—social, ecological, manufactured, and financial.Shared Prosperity: Wealth is equitably (although not necessarily equally) distributed in the context of an expanded view of true wealth.Real Economy Circularity: Ultimately solar powered, the economy strives continually to minimize energy, material, and resource throughput radically at all phases of the production cycle. Products are remanufactured, recycled and composted, with natural outputs safely composted to the biological world, while minerals and human made substances return to the industrial cycle."Edge Effect" Abundance: Creative, diverse collaborations increase the possibility of value-adding wealth creation through relationship, exchanges, and resiliency.Resiliency: The whole system develops the long run ability to adapt and learn from shocks; adaptability to change is valued over current brittle concentrations of power and hyper-efficiency.Honors Place: A Regenerative Economy operates to nurture healthy, stable communities and bioregions, both real and virtual, in a connected mosaic of place-centered economies. 


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Real investment is the bridge to the economic system of the future. The transition will depend upon a fundamental transformation in where and how these large economic actors invest. We must both reimagine society’s public interest in what does and does not get financed, and repurpose our financial institutions to be in service of the interdependent human well-being and ecosystem integrity. - Business leaders would benefit from studying great writers. - */S.Y\ Looking for answers with new Mindset after Transformation.

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4 reasons leaders need to share their knowledge

Knowledge sharing strengthens your business, both internally and externally, by:
1. Creating a sounding board. All feedback is invaluable, no matter how insightful it is. By sharing your ideas with employees, peers, and customers, you’ll hear other viewpoints and critical takes, which will challenge your thinking and make you a more informed and well-rounded leader.
2. Empowering your employees. You want your team to be innovative and proactive, and consistently educating them can boost their motivation and set them up for success. Whether you share articles you’ve published or approach your staff directly, every interaction sets the tone for what’s important to your business. Knowledge sharing also encourages interdepartmental collaboration, eliminating unnecessary barri

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Tony Hsieh knows the value of knowledge sharing. The Zappos CEO could have kept his industry-changing standards for customer service, employee engagement, and corporate culture to himself, but he chose to share them — and even wrote a book on his philosophy.  -   */S.Y\   Nanotechnology  give  New  Philosophy    for   Science ,  and  real  Application  of  they  for  Development. 

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"Big Data is the fuel that will power human development in the future"

"Big Data is the fuel that will power human development in the future" | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

Only five years ago the term ‘Big Data’ was confined to obscure tech blogs and IBM research papers. But today ‘Big Data’ is part of mainstream journalistic parlance, as a Google search for [“big data” site:nytimes.com] will quickly reveal.

So it seems that everyone understands what ‘Big Data’ means. Here’s how Wikipedia defines the term:

“Big Data is a broad term for data sets so large or complex that they are difficult to process using traditional data processing applications. Challenges include analysis, capture, curation, search, sharing, storage, transfer, visualization, and information privacy.”

While this definition is technically correct, for me it fails to convey why Big Data is important.

In this article I’ll take a shot at explaining why Big Data is not just ‘important’ but that it is literally the fuel that will power the next phase of humanity’s development.


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How  Work  with  Big  Data !?

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We agree in our article by Ruth Gibson "Human Capital Analytics - Big Data for People Metrics" tinyurl.com/p5uo2s4
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Ruth looks into how we can use Big Data in uncovering correlations and patterns with Human Analytics. We agree with your engaging article in that Big Data is becoming an essential in the development of both business and humanity. Happy to engage at Synermetric
Alexandru GROSU's curator insight, February 20, 2015 10:55 AM

Today, we only see the seeds. Tomorrow, we will see the roots. I'm afraid the forseeable future will be shadowed by the Big Data forest.

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Magic and the Brain | Brain Based Learning | Brain Based Teaching | Articles From Jensen Learning

Magic and the Brain | Brain Based Learning | Brain Based Teaching | Articles From Jensen Learning | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

TV host and “technologist” Keith Barry shows you some unbelievable magic and “how easy it is to manipulate the human mind once you know how.” Keith Barry shows how to trick the human brain with routines that exploit its bugs and loopholes, and offering a revealing look at the software between our ears.


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Magic and the Brain.  _  */S.Y\  A Rational Mindset is Result of the Positive Critical Thinking.   History of Thought Leader is Storytelling of Charmer On - Line on Network.

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Strategic Story and The Storytelling Leader

Strategic Story and The Storytelling Leader | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

"Because of my 10-years of involvement with Storytelling, I have had great opportunities to learn more about the engaging concepts of story, how to construct them, and how to deliver them."

 

The author, Jeff Brunson, is married to Becky Brunson who is the Program Administrator for the International Storytelling Center. Here he writes a delightful piece with gold nuggets at the end. His insights toward the bottom of his article are a perfect counterpoint to the article I just curated on how to persuade people to take action with your stories: http://www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it?q=examiner 

 

Jim's storytelling principles are at the heart of effective business storytelling:

The Story Is Told for Another The Story is Toid In Search of a Truth The Story is Told Because you Care for the Hearer

 

Now what would happen if our business storytelling, brand stories, and marketing stories not only moved people to action, but met these criteria also? 

 

Well, for one -- you'd avoid all those feelings of manipulation.

And second -- your storytelling would be truly great work

 

For me, these are the business storytelling principles to aspire to! Read both articles and learn the dance of balancing these principles with persuasion / influence.

 

Thank you Hans Heesterbeek and Gregg Morris for originally finding and sharing this article!

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;


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The Story is told in search of a truth. – */S.Y\ History of Thought Leader is Storytelling of Charmer On – Line on Network.

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Three Content Curation Tools You Should Be Using

Three Content Curation Tools You Should Be Using | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
For the past few years, those of us who are in the digital marketing field have heard the phrase, “content is king” pretty much relentlessly. And probab

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Content Curation May Be Using with New Mindset. A Permanent Creativity born the Evolution on Content .

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, March 1, 2015 12:33 PM

Learn how Feedly, IFTTT and BuzzSumo can improve your content curation.

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This article includes Feedly, If This ,Then That, and Buzzumo, three tools useful for content searching and curing.

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Kurt Kelly News: How to Become a Voice Talent in 5 Steps: The Basics

Kurt Kelly News: How to Become a Voice Talent in 5 Steps: The Basics | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

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 A Permanent Creativity as Index of High - Potential Talent . 

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Kurt Kelly's curator insight, September 11, 2014 4:40 AM

How to Become a Voice Talent in 5 Steps: The Basics


@voice @kurtkelly @livevideoinc 

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ADHD And Creativity

ADHD And Creativity | New  Knowledge about  Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Research now shows what many people who have Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder — or those who parent someone who does — have long since believed there is

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Denis Marsili's curator insight, January 4, 2015 4:53 PM

Research now shows what many people who have Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder — or those who parent someone who does — have long since believed there is