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Collections

This page contains collections of related posts under a single theme. They are more specific than categories. Collections are the reverse of Series which take a single theme and develop it. Collections came about because to answer questioners I found myself incorporating links to various posts. So, in this sense their questions became the central theme relating the posts. My first collection was “Intuition Fundamentals.” It came from a questioner who asked, “What do I need to know to have a fundamental understanding of intuition?” My second collection came about because someone wanted to know what my most popular postings were.

Top 10 Pages of 2015

This covers all pages of the blog (posts, series, categories, tags) for 2015.

    1. My 300th Post: Thank You for Your Encouragement, Motivation
    2. Emotional Intelligence vs. Intuition: The Difference
    3. Series: Emotional Self-defense for Sensitive People
    4. 16 Leadership Team Building Activities
    5. Difference Between Leader and Hero
    6. Category: Examples of Intuition
    7. Psychopaths, Sociopaths and Differences for the Workplace
    8. Identifying Psychopaths in the Workplace
    9. Series: Psychopaths in the Workplace
    10. Introverts and Extroverts Working Together

 

Top 5 Posts

This collection lists my top five posts for the most recent three months (updated on the 1st and 16th of every month).

  1. My 300th Post: Thank You for Your Encouragement, Motivation
  2. Difference Between Leader and Hero
  3. Identifying Psychopaths in the Workplace
  4. Emotional Intelligence vs. Intuition: The Difference
  5. Psychopaths, Sociopaths and Differences for the Workplace

 

Intuition Fundamentals – Conceptual Framework

These posts give a fundamental understanding of intuition as a starting point to explore further. It covers definitions and concepts. This discussion provides understanding how our emotions can help us acquire knowledge and make decisions, and how we come to influence others and be influenced without being aware of either.

  1. What is Intuition?
  2. What is Cognition?
  3. Instinct versus Intuition
  4. Decisions: Roles of Intuition and Cognition
  5. How Intuition Influences our Thought Process
  6. Shopping for Rationales: Justifying
  7. Knowledge States
  8. “Who We Are” is Different From “Who We Think We Are”
  9. Regressions: Visualizing Intuition

 

Intuition Fundamentals – Pragmatic Perspective

This discussion provides the pragmatic argument for intuition; how does it help us? The focus is on influencing others and solving problems.

  1. The Rise of Intuition
  2. Decisions: Practical Implications of Intuition and Emotions
  3. Scientific Method: An Intuitive Perspective
  4. Arbitrariness: The Cornerstone of Conditions
  5. Beauty as Power
  6. Problem Solving: Practical Advantages of Intuition
  7. Definitions, Connotations and Personality Assessment