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Divergent Thinking

Here we try to answer questions about the human mind that drives human behavior – biological, psychological, social, cultural, and more.

There are no biases or lines drawn in our exploration of helping you become better acquainted with how your mind works, or sometimes doesn’t, other than we seek efficacy and integrity in facts, research, perspective, and case studies through the use of visual images, people, places, experiences, or stories to explore the mysteries of our minds. Please enjoy the divergent world of yours.

 


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Brain Pickings – Extraordinary Interestingness

October 22nd, 2012
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    LPTrendsBrainPickings – Eclectic brain food If interestingness is what you seek, Brain Pickings is your ultimate online destination. A creative curation of all things unusual, eclectic, colorful, provocative, new, not so new, and just plain cool. Brain Pickings … Continue reading

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You know, that John Cleese…

October 8th, 2012
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LPTrendsInnovativeThinking: John Cleese is really smart. He has a way with knowing exactly how to make you laugh your proverbial, British comedy-loving butt off. And who can forget or ignore his classics A Fish Called Wanda, or Monty Python’s Life of Brian… But … Continue reading

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Make It Happen

September 10th, 2012
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LPTrends99U – Insights on making ideas happen. Taking its name from Thomas Edison’s famous quote that “Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration,” the 99U includes a Webby award-winning web magazine and the best-selling book Making Ideas Happen. Through articles, tips, videos, … Continue reading

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Bo Knows Open Skies & Presencing

August 27th, 2012
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LPTrendsMindGoo: Leo Babauta, a sharer of all things Zen, yesterday reminded me of Bo Jackson, the iconic athlete, who Mark Alexander of Wiles Magazine called the “Greatest Multi-Athlete of All Time.” And Leo reminded me of presencing, plus the ability … Continue reading

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Wine, The New York Jets & Ass Kicking

August 14th, 2012
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LPTrendsPeopleWhoShiftOurThinking. Gary Vaynerchuk. He is a global wine God. He is pioneering new works in tech media and looking to have enough juice to buy and own the NY Jets. Because he can. And he will. And you need to … Continue reading

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Markers: The Ones We Make and Break Through

August 8th, 2012
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LPTrendsCareers….”Awhile back I reached one of those significant markers that we randomly encounter along our path through life. Some we know about ahead of time, so we can plan for them and work toward them. Things like our driver’s licenses … Continue reading

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The Wilson Scripts: Black & White

July 2nd, 2012
Michael C. S. Wilson, Martial Artist, Writer, Path Traveller

LPTRendsMind – Michael Wilson takes us on another adventure in The Wilson Scripts: It Isn’t Always Black & White: But It Is. Thinking of extremes in a different perception is quite profound. For example, good people wouldn’t know how to … Continue reading

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