Monthly Archives: November 2012

Big Feedback And Little Feedback

When someone gets hammered with painful (big) feedback, it may become easier for them to implement positive change. Alternatively, when the feedback is not painful (little) then it can be harder to change. This article discusses the social dynamics that affect people who are suffering from laziness when a poverty-based crisis occurs. When there is a strong (perhaps pathological) enablement system, then there is little hope for change. When the enablement system is weaker or non-existent, then change becomes more possible. Three different scenarios are examined. Continue reading

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