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Thom wrote his book "Cracking The Code" on the air: This was the fifth week, covering "framing and chunking".
Thom wrote his book "Cracking The Code" on the air: This was the fourth week, covering "the map is not the territory, the meaning of communication is the response you get".
This is the vision we should be holding, this is place we should be going, whenever we are going to discuss Christmas. Frankly, 365 days out of the year. This is a fundamental issue. Can we live peacefully with each other and with the rest of the planet; with all life on Earth? Because if we don't resolve that fundamental issue, we're toast! And I frankly believe that we can.
Thom wrote his book "Cracking The Code" on the air: This was the third week, covering motivation strategies.
Thom wrote his book "Cracking The Code" on the air: This was the second week, covering how we sort emotions.
Professor Jack Forbes, a Native American, who's Professor of Native American studies, wrote a book called "Columbus and other cannibals" which is brilliant and in it he used this word, 'wetiko', which is a native American word that, I forget which tribe or community, that describes basically the eating of the life force of another; It's a cannibalism that isn't literally cannibalism.
Thom wrote his book "Cracking The Code" on the air: This was the first week, covering "from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence".
The core differences between the conservative worldview and the liberal worldview.
Katharine Debrecht is the author of "'Help! Mom! The 9th Circuit's Nabbed the Nativity! (or how the Liberals stole Christmas)".
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