The Edward de Bono Society
Forecasting the Future ... a challenge for most ... This group is looking for creative ways to explore the future
Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2012
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I knew that would lure you into vertical thinking:-)
To get the right "zee" you have to be more creative!
Green little bugs!
By the way how creative do I have to be to link this nonsense with the future?
If you examine the way you pronunce the words you can hear the softness in them. Also you have been indoctrinated into believing that these are positive words. You probably have a positive experience linked with the words - a word like neat can be positive but also very negative!
I add the word Zee.
Your puzzle needs an expert, am I allowed to consult one?
That depends on your own amibition! I tend to strive for the impossible so that means that I would have to work on it forever. . .
Actually it is not such a bad idea. . . I mean lots of people love Sudoko so why not an harder crossword. . .
I only like making up things. Creating a Asadoko is beyond me - I cannot even solve a crossword! In fact I do not even like them!
This is a challenge for someone who like wordgames. . .
Would it not be more fun to make a crossword consisting of new words that you have invented and people have to solve the crossword. That is more of a challenge! An Asadoko
There are many certifications of de Bono thinking. As far as I know about who are the trainers here, I am certain that there are more than two. The answer is simple why they don't participate more: it's work to write, and this is not going to be paid work. The people I know about are:
Lynda Curtain, Graeme Allan, Dennis Perrin, Avril Keyes, Arlene Teck, Jakov Jakisic, Will Devine, Susan Mackie, and more members that I don't know about... there are ten members in the "how to train without imposing a style" in the "groups" section.
Most forums lag when people are hanging out with their family at holiday time. Don't worry about it. We can always stir things up later...
End of the year is a great time for reviews and predictions about the future!
I'll have to get home before I can do this predicting about the future, because I don't take my oracles with me while traveling. But generally, I'd say many of the predictions of near-reality science fiction writers will come true - as they have been doing.
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