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Resilience

What is the best model for resilience?  Sometimes we think of a resilient person as like the preverbal brick wall.  Nothing seems to phase them.  They just keep going and going. 
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Long Jump Appreciation Society

Written for Hunmoco by Edward Lane For this blog you will need a tape measure, floor space and a tolerance for thinly veiled analogies. My wife and I don’t keep up
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The end of debt

Written for Hunmoco by Economics for Business Benjamin Franklin noted back in 1789 that nothing in life is certain, except for death and taxes. A third near certainty for most people
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Networks

The coffee is fairly nasty. The croissant and granola selection is overwhelming and strangely unsatisfying. That man in a grey, pinstripe suit won’t stop talking at you, you can’t think how
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Personality Politics

  The US Presidential Debate is dominating headlines. It’s hard to resist taking an interest or having an opinion, despite a very British distaste for personality politics. I found myself willing
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The Little Things

Making the tea in the office is not everyones cup of tea . . .oh dear that sentence didn’t go well at all, but I think you understand what I mean.