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Sherpa guides of Nepal

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≥≤ Sagarmatha Dispatch-Gazette ≥≤ 30,000 years ago a genetic adaptation to high altitude emerged in ancestors of today’s Sherpa people. 1300 years ago the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism emerged as part of Sherpa culture. These two elements, the physical adaptation and the practice of awareness, incubating in the mystical environment of the Himalayas in […]

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Virtuereality: climes of imagination

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There is a hidden, imagined side of life, a near-subliminal running account of what seems to be — or what might be — perhaps often spent in wandering daydreams. This stream of imagination can be appreciated and enjoyed, and its momentum applied to a process or project.          stream, momentum When two or more people “cross […]

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2019: A Knowledge Expedition

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His proximity sensor was emitting a loud noise – beep, beep, beep. He picked up his mobile device and checked into the current story point. Ah – three sherpas and eighteen traveler were up and had gathered at C3 for tea and coffee. Looks like the group was ready for today’s hike up to camp […]

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Glyph diving in a social field

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Where you are, and what is happening now in social space, is your social moment. It is the product of social substance (attention, response, sympathy, et al) and current distance from a social leverage point. Movement (yours, mine, ours) in a social field can be visualized by mapping it to a grid and calculating the […]

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The Task: Your flow production

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By your intentions, and by all intentions, and by the unknown, you are chosen to fulfill this Task. You now know, whether by choice, circumstance or both, that your job and creative task is to get from the current situation to a better one. . . . . . . . . . Where you […]

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Sceenius-as-a-Service

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The Sherpa team continued the discussion on value proposition and I’d like to share some some of our thoughts here. What we do can be depicted as a Venn diagram with three sets: a Virtuereality Space (a virtuereal story-as-scaffolding that unfolds over a given period of time through excursions and expeditions), a Process Mapping Space (a shared narrative that adjusts […]

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Wonders of high Nepal

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≥≤ Sagarmatha Dispatch-Gazette ≥≤ WONDERS OF HIGH NEPAL Himalayan skies Ngozumpa Glacier – largest in Nepal Himalayas Sagarmatha (Everest), Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu – neighboring mountains Cho Oyu – Gyachung Ice Ridge – tremendous ice ridge between mountains Gokyo – one of the highest settlements in the world, a small group of stone homes at […]

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21C Wayfinding: The Meeting Map

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+Dave Pollard has a mind-blowing piece on how to reshape meetings through what he calls The Meeting Map which is based on Arthur Brock’s work at Emerging Leader Labs and Gameshifting. Dave explains the tool on his blog, below image is my amplification & application in a Sceenius context. Note the method cards on top that provide […]

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