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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Ben Carson: If most of the people in the country believe that America is generally fair and If most of the people in the country believe that America is generally fair and decent, it becomes more difficult for Saul Alinsky types to recruit change agents and for those on the Far Left to undermine our Constitution. Hence the constant bad-mouthing of our nation to impressionable young people, preparing them to be ripe for manipulation at the appropriate time. — Ben Carson
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By William Keepin: One thing we have learned is this: bringing compassionate, unflinching awareness to gender dynamics in One thing we have learned is this: bringing compassionate, unflinching awareness to gender dynamics in groups and communities is a remarkably powerful place to begin. As in all spiritual practice, deepening awareness is itself transformative. — William Keepin
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Daniel Kahneman: Asymmetric intensity of the motives to avoid losses and to achieve gains shows up almost Asymmetric intensity of the motives to avoid losses and to achieve gains shows up almost everywhere. — Daniel Kahneman
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Rivers Cuomo: I think if I wasn't a musician, I would be a high-school band director or I think if I wasn't a musician, I would be a high-school band director or orchestra director. I like working with large groups of musicians and bringing out the dynamics and accomplishing something as a team. — Rivers Cuomo
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Ronald Carter: Old English poetry is characterised by a number of poetic tropes which enable a writer Old English poetry is characterised by a number of poetic tropes which enable a writer to describe things indirectly and which require a reader imaginatively to construct their meaning. The most widespread of these figurative descriptions are what are known as kennings. Kennings often occur in compounds: for example, hronrad (whale-road) or swanrad (swan- road) meaning 'the sea'; banhus (bone-house) meaning the 'human body'. Some kennings involve borrowing or inventing words; others appear to be chosen to meet the alliterative requirement of a poetic line, and as a result some kennings are difficult to decode, leading to disputes in critical interpretation. But kennings do allow more abstract concepts to be communicated by using more familiar words: for example, God is often described as moncynnes weard ('guardian of mankind'). — Ronald Carter
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Bertrand De Jouvenel: The law of all modern states takes account of associations, whose members, in theory, pursue The law of all modern states takes account of associations, whose members, in theory, pursue the common end with equal zeal. The experience of all associations proves, however, that this is not the case, and that a lively, constant and vigorous awareness of the end is found only in a minority of the associates; an association is really rather like a comet - a large tail of docile followers dragged along by a small dynamic head. — Bertrand De Jouvenel
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Joyce Maynard: She was in love with love. She was in love with love. — Joyce Maynard
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Groups Dynamics Sayings By Will Forte: Bruce [Dern] and I are in this car just for days and days, just talking Bruce [Dern] and I are in this car just for days and days, just talking about life and I could listen to his stories forever. — Will Forte
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Ken Robinson: A system that sets people against each other fundamentally misunderstands the dynamics that drive achievement. A system that sets people against each other fundamentally misunderstands the dynamics that drive achievement. Education thrives on partnership and collaboration - within schools, between schools, and with other groups and organizations. — Ken Robinson
Groups Dynamics Sayings By R.D. Laing: The dynamics and structures found in those groups called families in our society may not The dynamics and structures found in those groups called families in our society may not be evident in those groups called families in other places and times. — R.D. Laing
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Shalom Harlow: Nobody responds to being made to feel judged. Nobody responds to being made to feel judged. — Shalom Harlow
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Michael Muhammad Knight: I remembered the malangs of Shah Jamal, the dirty, shirtless renouncers with ratty beards and I remembered the malangs of Shah Jamal, the dirty, shirtless renouncers with ratty beards and dreads and bare chests covered in necklaces of prayer beads, throwing around their arms in Charlie Manson dances and whipping out their old ID cards to say look, I used to be someone and now I'm no one, I'm so lost in Allah that I've thrown away the whole world. Would that qualify them as Sufis? I didin't know how to measure it. Whether the malangs were Sufi saints or just drugged-out bums didn't really matter. The lesson I took from them was that you're never disqualified from loving Allah, never. And I could see again that what I went through was nothing new, not even anything special in the history of Islam, not a clashing of East and West; it was always there. And that made me feel more Muslim than ever, because fuck it all, CNN, this is Islam too. — Michael Muhammad Knight
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Aaron Ciechanover: The development of methods to monitor protein dynamics in cells together with the discovery of The development of methods to monitor protein dynamics in cells together with the discovery of specific and general lysosomal inhibitors have resulted in the identification of different classes of cellular proteins, long- and short-lived, and the findings of the differential effects of the inhibitors on these groups. — Aaron Ciechanover
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Bertrand De Jouvenel: It is as futile and dangerous to aim at making of society one large family, It is as futile and dangerous to aim at making of society one large family, as sentimental socialism seeks to do, as to aim at making of it one large team, as positivist socialism seeks to do. — Bertrand De Jouvenel
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Naomi Klein: When a journalist pressed Werner for a clear answer on the "Is Earth f**ked" question, When a journalist pressed Werner for a clear answer on the "Is Earth f**ked" question, he set the jargon aside and replied, "More or less."4 There was one dynamic in the model, however, that offered some hope. Werner described it as "resistance" - movements of "people or groups of people" who "adopt a certain set of dynamics that does not fit within the capitalist culture." According to the abstract for his presentation, this includes "environmental direct action, resistance taken from outside the dominant culture, as in protests, blockades and sabotage by Indigenous peoples, workers, anarchists and other activist groups." Such mass uprisings of people - along the lines of the abolition movement and the civil rights movement - represent the likeliest source of "friction" to slow down an economic machine that is careening out of control. — Naomi Klein
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Clay Shirky: The downside of attending to the emotional life of groups is that it can swamp The downside of attending to the emotional life of groups is that it can swamp the ability to get anything done; a group can become more concerned with satisfying its members than with achieving its goals. Bion identified several ways that groups can slide into pure emotion - they can become "groups for pairing off," in which members are mainly interested in forming romantic couples or discussing those who form them; they can become dedicated to venerating something, continually praising the object of their affection (fan groups often have this characteristic, be they Harry Potter readers or followers of the Arsenal soccer team), or they can focus too much on real or perceived external threats. Bion trenchantly observed that because external enemies are such spurs to group solidarity, some groups will anoint paranoid leaders because such people are expert at identifying external threats, thus generating pleasurable group solidarity even when the threats aren't real. — Clay Shirky
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Jonah Lehrer: The fatal misconception behind brainstorming is that there is a particular script we should all The fatal misconception behind brainstorming is that there is a particular script we should all follow in group interactions ... [W]hen the composition of the group is right - enough people with different perspectives running into one another in unpredictable ways - the group dynamic will take care of itself. All these errant discussions add up. In fact, they may even be the most essential part of the creative process. Although such conversations will occasionally be unpleasant - not everyone is always in the mood for small talk or criticism - that doesn't mean that they can be avoided. The most creative spaces are those which hurl us together. It is the human friction that makes the sparks. — Jonah Lehrer
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Joe Eszterhas: And the inner dynamics of Hollywood are like politics. Say you give a script to And the inner dynamics of Hollywood are like politics. Say you give a script to a group of executives - they all sit around, afraid to voice an opinion, saying nothing, waiting to know what the consensus is. Just like focus groups, opinion polls or a cabinet. — Joe Eszterhas
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Coach Rob Regish: Nothing happens overnight but results do happen when people take action. Nothing happens overnight but results do happen when people take action. — Coach Rob Regish
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Frederic Bastiat: The politician attempts to remedy the evil by increasing the very thing that caused the The politician attempts to remedy the evil by increasing the very thing that caused the evil in the first place: legal plunder. — Frederic Bastiat
Groups Dynamics Sayings By Ernest Becker: This penetrating vocabulary of "initiatory acts," "the infectiousness of the unconflicted person," "priority magic," and This penetrating vocabulary of "initiatory acts," "the infectiousness of the unconflicted person," "priority magic," and so on allows us to understand more subtly the dynamics of group sadism, the utter equanimity with which groups kill. It is not just that "father permits it" or "orders it." It is more: the magical heroic transformation of the world and of oneself. This is the illusion that man craves, as Freud said, and that makes the central person so effective a vehicle for group emotion. — Ernest Becker