Monthly Archives: September 2017

Small differences

Big improvements of think tools are often achieved through rather small differences, such as the “targeted zooming”, or now the “semantic text view” of iMapping.
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Mental flexors and extensors

In my view, McGilchrist’s “Master” and “Emissary” modes are the mind’s equivalent of what bending and stretching are for the body. So we need to understand the ‘flexors’ and ‘extensors’ of brain operation.
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