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Cultural Narcissism?

The Big Problem With Change Programmes (Paul Taylor)

Arguably, our obsession with business change is as much a symptom of modern narcissism as is the fact we take 1 million selfies each day.

Your change vision, like that perfectly framed Instagram pose, is bullshit – and everybody knows it.

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Far from pursuing some unrealistic dream, perhaps we’d be much happier if we learned to live with our imperfections, neuroses and human frailties.

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Usage ftp.pl [-netrc] [-u <i>user</i>] [-p <i>passwd</i>] -m server -s source_dir -t target_dir [-log_dir <i>/path/to/logs/file</i>] file1 file2 ... # Copyright 2000 Williams Interactive, Inc. # Programmer: Khurt Williams, 2000.10.18 # command switches are # -netrc : uses .netrc file to find user/passwd for the destination server # -u <i>user</i> : specify the user id #…

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Is it Time for a Diabetes Offline Community?

Changing Behavior. by By Kerri (sixuntilme.com)

Talking about diabetes in the context of behaviors makes sense to me, because it puts an appropriate balance in play between the influence of diabetes on our actions and the influence of our actions on our diabetes.

Kelly Close of diatribe.org asked an intriguing question on Twitter last week. Kerri Sparling responded with a blog post and Doug Tallman responded to Kerri's post. Here's Kelly's tweet: [tweet https://twitter.com/kellyclose/status/596461512023126016 width="920" align="center"] Doug's blog post reminded me of something I've thought about for a while. He is suggesting that the diabetes community needs some…

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