“Yes, and”…continued

In a blog article posted on the Geomic Code website in March of this year, the Institute’s editor said this about the comedy improv method called “Yes, and”: “’Yes, and’ has become a popular brainstorming tool in the business world because it encourages people to listen without judgment and, rather than dismissing a notion as too far

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Interaction: How Do You Play with the World around You?

At the Geomic Code Research Institute, we are about helping people interact with the world around them by using what we call dynamic natural abilities (Geomic® D-N-A). We offer a simple on-line assessment that allows all of us to discover (or discover anew) these naturally occurring abilities. You are probably wondering, “Why is this important

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Our Stories and the Power of “Now”

The ghost of one of my literary heroes inhabits the Carquinez Straits, which I can see right outside my front door. More than a hundred years ago, Jack London patrolled the Straits as an environmental protectionist of the straits’ natural wildlife – animal and human. He wrote about this experience in his non-fiction work, Tales of

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