Dear Kim,

thank you for re-introduce me to DeBono. I heard about him in the late 90s
at a list called "Creativity" (what I disliked, because it positied that Cr.
can be developed and learned - without a proper definition of what they are
talking about indeed. (My position was a dualism: original new ideas and the
'imnprovement-creativity', valuing the 2nd more. Original new ideas have to
come from somewhere, if you find out something like that it must have come
from YOUR existing experience and mindset.
DeBono was much appreciated on that list and I am always suspicious about
crowd-enthusiasm. I neglected a deeper search THEN.
I will look into the DeBobo oeuvre again, because I value YOUR
recommendation. Thanks.
With friendship
John Mikes

On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 7:47 AM, Kim Jones <kimjo...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:

> http://www.debonosociety.com/
>
> What's important? Thinking is perhaps the most important thing humans do.
> By and large they are pretty slip-shod at it. The problems of Global Warming
> and the Global Financial Crisis pale into insignificance compared to the
> problem of the disastrous quality of much of human thinking.
>
>
> For those interested in creative thinking in particular and thinking skills
> generally. I have helped to set up and launch this new venture by Edward de
> Bono which, like the Everything List, is intended to be a bit of a swimming
> pool for high-quality thinkers.
>
> Everyone welcome. If you are unacquainted with Edward's oeuvre, this is the
> quickest way to get an education! In 1995, Edward had an asteroid named
> after him. He is on a list of 200 thinkers who have contributed the most to
> human civilisation throughout history.
>
> For some training movies featuring the man himself, click straight onto:
>
>
> http://www.debonosociety.com/video/video
>
>
> see some of you over there, perhaps? (Please bring an interesting photo of
> yourself with you!)
>
>
> de Bono Society - the Home of Interest
>
> cheers,
>
> Kim
>
>
>     A thought once thought cannot be unthought  - Edward de Bono
>
> It is impossible to delete information from this universe - Wei Dai
>
>
>  Email:
> kmjco...@mac.com
> kimjo...@ozemail.com.au
>
> Web:
> http://web.mac.com/kmjcommp/Plenitude_Music
>
> Phone:
> (612) 9389 4239  or  0431 723 001
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