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I think Hamel is a great entertainer and there is a market for this form of cerebral entertainment.

Why I sense of urgency? I don't understand this.

How about a sense of beauty in ideas and language that are both awe inspiring and frightening in their honest appraisal of the human at work.

For example, Hamel's line that change is changing is a bit like a cognitive strap line working our fear of losing touch with the present.

I could equally apply the change is changing line to describe the slowness of change now when compared with the previous two centuries. For example, the leap from no electricity to electricity, horse to combustion engine, death to antibiotics, etc are the benchmarks of the experience of change.

Are these changes products of fighting dogma or embracing the fringe. I don't think so.


making the connection with meaning is very powerful, yes.

do you think this sort of thing is helpful in getting you to think about what you need to do, or does it provide something interesting to watch?

I'm not being funny, I wonder myself as I push my own presentation to be much more. Should people feel comfortable and content, or should they get a sense of urgency from a presentation?

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