Monthly Archives: August 2008



“In 1931, the Czech-born mathematician Kurt Gödel demonstrated that within any given branch of mathematics, there would always be some propositions that couldn’t be proven either true or false using the rules and axioms … of that mathematical branch itself. ….»

Posted in Change, Creativity, Innovation, Knowledge, Life, Perception, Purpose, Wisdom

Dancing About Architecture


Writing about music is like dancing about architecture. Laurie Anderson   In 1994 we stayed for a couple of nights with our friend Klaus Maier, Director of Theater von Menschen für Menschen in Nürnberg. Not a terribly gloomy place – I ….»

Posted in Change, Communication, Education, Entrepreneurship, Knowledge, Life, Perception, Personality, Purpose, Skills, Training, Vocation

Competence and Capability


Having thought about this idea of phronesis for a while it didn’t come as a surprise to learn that the three ‘R’s’ – usually taken to mean reading, writing and ‘rithmatic – were originally conceived as Reading and writing Reckoning ….»

Posted in Coaching, Entrepreneurship, Training