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How to change behaviour

Posted by: Jason Dunstone on: April 10, 2016

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Getting someone to change their behaviour is near impossible. Be this to buy your product or give up smoking.

“Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into, but hard to get out of” Proverb

By the time one becomes an adult, habits are formed and they continue to build, and it is hard to budge the stubbornness in us all. Every new year, the resolutions come out, often the same as the last?—?lose weight, avoid stress, recycle more responsibly, save money, travel and prosper. Then as the year proceeds, we are back to our old ways. Read the rest of this entry »

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10 ingredients to making the world better

Posted by: Jason Dunstone on: February 13, 2016

  • In: Imagination
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I’m back, post time chill-axing and a month-long digital detox (#nice).

January sees many getting reacquainted with their mojo and finding their zen. ……… Then, February hits and any new year resolutions and aspirations are flushed away, and the same mistakes of the year before are replicated, again.

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
Albert Einstein

So, let’s make a pact, to actually retain our mojo and zen throughout 2016.

Let’s make the world better! Bit, by bit.

Be this your own little world of you, your family and friends; your local community; your job; or the seemingly increasingly smaller BIG wide world.

Let’s make a difference.

During my break I had time to aimlessly wander and ponder.

Here’s my musings of 10 ingredients for how we can make the world better. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Art of saying ‘thank you.’

Posted by: Jason Dunstone on: December 24, 2015

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Gratitude is the path to a buoyant future.

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Why thinking strategic is often tragic

Posted by: Jason Dunstone on: August 12, 2015

Have you ever realised that the word ‘strategic’ is largely a slight tweak of ‘tragic?’ Or, strategy is only a slight morphing of tragedy?

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Design thinking, and thinking different

Posted by: Jason Dunstone on: August 7, 2015

Apple’s 1997 ‘Think Different‘ campaign was arguably the ethos and rocket fuel to launch the brand’s meteoric growth. How can other businesses ‘think different’?

Perhaps design thinking holds some answers.

albert

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