A Copiosis enthusiast asked the following question on the Copiosis Social Page on Facebook. It offers an opportunity for us to better understand our innovation, so I've pasted my response here, with significant modifications and expansion for clarity, and broken into parts for quick consumption. This is part two. You can read part one here. Question: How does Copiosis deal … Continue reading Where you stand on the matter doesn’t matter, Pt. 2
Mirrors are amazing because they evoke powerful emotions that trigger unconscious behaviors. Watch someone looking at a mirror and you'll see what I mean. What we most miss about mirrors is their mysterious benevolence. They sit there quietly reminding us of our greatness. In my last post I wrote about the end of the Charismatic-leader era. I … Continue reading Organized opposition doesn’t work
A Copiosis enthusiast asked the following question on the Copiosis Social Page on Facebook. It offers opportunity to better understand the innovation. So I've pasted my response here, with slight modifications for clarity, and broken into parts for quick consumption. Question: How does Copiosis deal with differences in individual ideological/belief systems? How are divergent beliefs … Continue reading Where you stand on the matter doesn’t matter
Mirrors are amazing things. We take their symbolic awesomeness for granted. Every day, we stand before our mirrors and miss the greatness they’re showing us. In some cultures, mirrors are spiritual icons. They feature prominently in legends of all kinds. In Japan, for example, the mirror holds a prominent place in many household shrines. A … Continue reading Is it the end of the charismatic era?