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1Navigation Menu X index.htm Replace the "Regulating" and "Empathy" navigation elements with effective links. Consider "FAQ" or "BLOG" or expand what is there.
2references   index.htm Ensure each reference is linked to an Amazon associates tag.
3 more Examples   need4.htm Add more, and more compelling examples to this. Really draw them in!
4 Complete Links   recognizing.htm Complete this so that each emotion is linked to a page
5 Related Words   recognizing.htm Ensure that the "related words" are accurately reflected on each emotions page. Also, add each related word to the glossary.
6 Photos   index.htm Get photos, without copyright restrictions, for each of the 7 basic emotions.
7 Path PDF Files   index.htm Link a pdf file that puts the "paths of" diagram for each page on a single page, convenient for printing and carrying with you.
8 Promotion   index.htm Continue to contribute to Wikipedia and link to these pages.
Find other analogies to Wikipedia and contribute to them.
Contact the Psych departments of various colleges, start with Rutgers, offer to contribute. Ask for links from their department pages.
Identify the target market
develop curricula, begin with home schooling
9 Style Checklist X index.htm Navigation bar in "Ventura" Font
External Links used external symbol.
10 Content Checklist   index.htm Title
Summary header and subtitle
Introductory Narrative
Related Terms
Paradox of
Origins and Benefits or Origins, Archetypes, and the Plot
Benefits and Dangers
Related Moods and Traits
Physiological Responses
Paths of
Myths and Misconceptions
Aesthetic Representations
Display Rules
Primal Messages
Quotations - attribute and link each
References - Linked to Amazon associates
Illustrations - Linked to Allposters
11 Literary Voice   index.htm Adopt an appropriate and consistent "literary voice" for the project. Use this consistently on each page.
12 Add page names to glossary   glossary.htm ensure the keywords of each page are entered into the glossary and linked to the page
13 Image   apology.htm Find a compelling image of apology to include here.
14 Story   arch4interaction.htm Complete the story started here
15 One Page Summaries   index.htm create one-page summaries (printable) of key concepts presented here. These can be used as counseling aids.
16 Improve the Narrative   index.htm Improve the Narrative throughout. Tell a compelling story at every turn. Improve the motivation, context, linkages, and practical applications of this material.
17 Improve Organization   belief.htm Improve the organization and presentation of these lists. Flesh them out a bit. Have this tell a story.
18 Redirect from sq/ec site   index.htm Add automatic redirection code to the old pages at /ec to send them to the new site.
19 Goals X belief.htm Consider supplementing the values and beliefs with a statement of goals.
20 Find Scientific Method paper X belief.htm Find the paper on the scientific method that was at:

If this cannot be found, consider changing the links to:
21 learned helplessness X change.htm add a discussion of "learned helplessness" to the discussion on change, and tolerating tyranny.
22 Reference for changing sexual preference   change.htm Get a solid reference for the inability to change sexual preference.
23 Read a book on Compassion X compassion.htm This topic can be expanded. Read some books on the topic, for example:
24 Link to Altruism   compassion.htm Link the compassion page to a (yet to be developed) page on altruism
25 complete links to key terms   concepts.htm several key terms, including impulse control, reciprocal altruism, asymmetrical, self-esteem, and others have no page to link to.
26 Reciprocal altruism   concepts.htm create a page on Reciprocal altruism
27 Tyranny X concepts.htm create a page on Tyranny
28 Oppression   concepts.htm create a page on Oppression
29 align definitions   concepts.htm align the brief definitions appearing on the concepts page with the subtitle used on each linked page and in the glossary.
30 more conditioned examples   conditioned.htm provide more everyday behavior examples of conditioned responses
31 Musical scales as examples of conditioned cultural preferences   conditioned.htm Musical scales that sound harmonious in one culture sound discordant in others. . . Consonance and dissonance
32 Han's Dilema   index.htm Help Hans, the old world winemaker, solve the dilemma he faces in working for a tyrant.
33 facial expression photo X contempt.htm get a photo that accurately shows the facial expression
34 Cognitive Structure   index.htm Re-read the "Cognitive Structure of Emotions" and enhance pages based on that.
35 Destructive Emotions   index.htm Re-read "Destructive Emotions" and enhance that material based on that
36 Missing Sections   contempt.htm Many sections addressed in the more complex emotions (e.g. anger) are not covered here. Continue research so these other topics can be covered.
37 Leverage Forums   index.htm Track the forums that mention the site.
Understand how they use the site, and who the target audience is.
Improve the site, and the popularity, based on this information.
Forums mentioning the site are:
38 Explore shame Theory   shame.htm Evaluate this source for shame information:
39 Missing Sections   guilt.htm Several sections are missing, including:
Related Moods and Traits
Physiological Responses The Paradox of Guilt
Display Rules
Aesthetic Representations
40 Mission Sections   shame.htm Several sections are missing, including:
Related Moods and Traits
Origins, Archetypes, and the Plot of Shame
Display Rules
41 Several Additions   need4.htm Segue into bullying. Were these hate crime offenders bullies (or bullied) when they were younger?
[Recast this to begin by showing the emotional incompetence and isolation that dominated the lives of Harris and Kelbold. Then build up to the climax of their tragedy.]
Holding a Grudge
[Document the Amish school shooting in Lancaster county, October 2, 2006]
Crimes of Passion
[tell the sad story of astronaut Lisa Nowak: ]
Estranged family Members
Jealousy (e.g. Trojan war), guilt and shame, missed opportunities for healthy relationships, spouse abuse, con games based on hope, the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s . . .
42 Image of Shame X shame.htm Find a good image of shame to illustrate this page
43 Image of Guilt   guilt.htm Find a good image of guilt to illustrate this page
44 Image of Depression   depression.htm Find a good image of Depression to illustrate this site
45 shifting power in relationships   dialog.htm Each of these response styles shifts the power stance and other dimensions of the relationship. [figure this out. use the "Relationship stature" below as the dimensions. Create a state diagram showing how each response type moves the relationship stature. How can I reduce the dimensions of this? How do the "primal messages" relate to the relationship stature?]
46 Improve the Organization   distortions.htm Create some structure to use to organize this information
47 add examples   distortions.htm add more and better examples of these fallacies
48 Flesh out the Hierarchy   dominance.htm The long listed hierarch needs a lot of work to become easier to understand. Use simpler language, expand the entries, include examples of each.
49 Active Voice   index.htm Ensure active voice, first person, direct statements are used throughout.
50 check chocolat quote   empathy.htm [check this at the end of chocolat]
51 Image of Empathy   empathy.htm Find a good image of Empathy
52 add missing sections for Envy   envy.htm many sections typically provided for the emotions descriptions are missing here.
53 Coping   index.htm Address coping strategies for each (negative) emotion
54 complete flow   flow.htm re-read the flow book and expand this page
55 Track Placements   index.htm Follow up on requests to link to this site. Including:
Psych Web
Open Source Directory
56 Visit More Forums, Blogs   index.htm Try: engadget
57Examples   index.htm add and improve examples throughout
58 Dog, Threat or Pet   conditioned.htm Tell the story of how I became afraid of dogs, but Nicole loves them. Present this as an example of conditioned learning.
59 Sensitization   conditioned.htm Say more about sensitization
60 Dr. Ed Diener's Research   joy.htm Study the happiness research of Dr. Ed Diener and add it to the page on joy.
61 Staring back a thought   index.htm Develop the idea of "staring back a thought" Include the idea of "going to the balcony" described on page 30 of  "Positive No"
62 The Pieta   compassion.htm Consider using The Pieta as an illustration on this topic
63 Indra's Net   compassion.htm Incorporate Indra's Net (including an illustration), and the Buddhist idea of "we are all connected" (illustrated with knots) into the discussion of compassion and empathy.
64 compassion scale   compassion.htm See footnote, page 195 of the book "Field notes on Compassion" Incorporate this information.
65Reconciliation Story   revenge.htm Incorporate the steps, from page 212 of the book Field notes on compassion, on reconciliation.
66 Attribution   revenge.htm Get a citation for the claim: Evidence indicates that forgiveness increases self-esteem and decreases anxiety
67 Elevation   joy.htm Investigate the work of Jon Haidt on "elevation"
68 Copyright 2007 X index.htm Update the copyright footer to: 2005-2007
69 Bureaucrat's handbook   index.htm Incorporate the Bureaucrat's handbook.
Add topics for:
Procrastination by Obfuscation and
Attrition by Bloviation
Link to Learned Helplessness
70 Learned Helplessness X conditioned.htm Add a discussion on Learned Helplessness.
Is this a form of conditioned response?
What are everyday examples of this learned behavior?
Link to Bureaucrat's handbook
71 Substance Abuse   index.htm Can a link between emotional incompetency and substance abuse be established? See:
72 Bloviating X dialog.htm Address bloviating in the tone of communications section
73 Free Hans   bh/izone.htm Re-write this in a voice and style that does not rely on Hans.
74 Screen Tips   index.htm Use screen tips effectively on hyperlinks throughout
75 Unneeded   need.htm Included a section "Unneeded" describing so many things that are not needed. For example, a cure for riverblindness is needed, botox is not need. The book Consumed: How Markets Corrupt Children, Infantilize Adults, and Swallow Citizens Whole is a likely good source
76 Blog Navigation Bar X index.htm Update the navigation bar on all pages to include the blog link
77   bh/index.htm Deploy the domain name throughout the bureaucrat's handbook web site. Also, keep active.
79 Fit Arch 4 interaction figure into 850 pixels X arch4interaction.htm The architecture 4 interaction page is too wide because the figure its too wide. This needs to be fixed soon
80 Point of view   index.htm Explore the connections and unity within the topics of: point of view, ambivalence, bi-modal perceptions, including polarized thinking and transformations such as love into hate. Ambivalence and vacillation is the failure to choose a stable point of view. Literary voice is established once a point of view is selected and maintained. A breakthrough, (ah-ha, eureka, enlightenment) occurs when a particular point-of-view illuminates a (now obvious) solution to a problem. Find visual images that are starkly different depending on the viewpoint of the observer.

Include ambigrams and the noecker cube, and the bands drawing by escher.
81 Images of Guilt   guilt.htm Find a good image of guilt.
82 Images of Hope   hope.htm Find an image of hope that includes people.
84 Expand Human Nature   human nature.htm [Humans intuit physics. Physics is effortless. Give examples of 3d vision, locating sounds, calculating trajectory of a thrown ball and others.]
[sooner is better]
Obviously, this is not a list of instincts or innate psychological propensities; it is a list of complex interactions between a universal human nature and the conditions of living in a human body on this planet.
[Say what a universal is, what a near universal is and define “human nature” Credit “Human Universals”]
[Organize into alternating contrasting paragraphs, read several papers describing the original research behind these universals to add depth, interest, and primary references to this discussion.]
85 Reconcile Human Nature & Concepts lists   human nature.htm The list of "concepts" should agree (or at least be reconciled) with the human universals described.
86 Mexican Mystery Image X human nature.htm Replace the static Mexican mystery image with allposter Item #: 1783795 when their link is working
87 Influence Image   influence.htm Add an image of "Influence"
88 Parable   index.htm Add examples, stories, and parables throughout to make the material more accessible. How many of Aesop’s fables apply? Can they be explicated?
89 Extending up and down   arch4interaction.htm I believe the next lower layer is "Human Physiology" and the next higher layer may be "Spirituality" or "Transcendence" or perhaps "collaboration" What is the dimension (units) of the vertical axis of this diagram? Perhaps it is flexibility (choice), or the inverse of concreteness.
90 "The Lottery"   hate.htm Find and read the short story "The Lottery" I believe they choose a community member at random and stone her to death. This is a metaphor for hate / genocide.

91 Contempt / Sneer Images   contempt.htm Alternative images include istock # 3156959, 2785754, 2694624, 1818873, 1018193
92 meta name="keywords"   index.htm Get the meta name="keywords" tags correct for each page. many pages have the tags for "surprise" rather than appropriate tags specific for the page.
93 images/banner-2.gif X index.htm Change the background image to images/banner-2.gif in the navigation row of each page.
94Search Site X searchsite.htm Get this search bot working!
95Admiration X index.htm Create a page on admiration, focus on "respect" link from other pages.
96Tie relationships into architecture for interaction   relationships.htm

Eventually tie the relationships introduction  into the architecture for interaction

97Emotional Depth   index.htm Integrate the phrase (and domain names) "Emotional Depth" into the text of the site.
98Conflict   index.htm Add the topic "conflict" as a new page. Include a discussion of conflict resolution. Include the 5 styles of: avoidance, accommodation, cooperation, compromise, and confrontation. These are well described in the Stewardship Lecture that Eileen attended on May 2.
99Self-respect   pride, respect Integrate the treatment of self-respect on the pride, stature, and respect pages.
100Appeasement     Consider adding a page on appeasement, to balance the one on conflict.
101Opposites     Rigorously include discussion of opposites in the "related terms" section of each write up. Work to create a structure, table, or preferably an illustration that places terms in opposition and association. Drive toward the core key concepts. The illustration may be a graph with concept as nodes, emotions as arcs, and primal messages as commentary on the arcs. For example using "self" and "other" as nodes, arcs can be love, hate, compassion, pity.     Leverage the web site to promote this site     Visit sites such as, and others based on keyword of this site to see what they have to offer. This may include resources, graphics, links. etc.
104kenotic   Values Understand this quote by George Ellis: But then the issue is what is the nature of true morality? Nancey and I have argued that it must be kenotic in nature, that is, it must be a kind of ethics involving letting go of one's own interest on behalf of others, being ready if necessary to sacrifice one's own interests for them, even on behalf of an enemy. See:
105Tenderness     Understand "tenderness" is it an emotion or a concept? Is it a synonym.
106Intimacy     Develop a page on intimacy and integrate it into the discussion. Note - this is addressed under "self"
107Resource Allocation     Address "resource allocation" It triggers displays of power, is the manifestation of needs, and is central to several themes in this site. Perhaps "Resource conflict" is more to the point.
108Martyrdom     Explore Martyrdom. Is it a passive aggressive response to anger? Is it a form of "playing the victim"? Is it an attempt to jump start the revenge cycle?
109Develop the theme of Recognize, Interpret, and Respond     Develop the theme of Recognize, Interpret, and Respond more fully and consistently. Dedicate a page to this. Integrate the "Recognizing" page into this. Create parallel pages for "Interpret" and "Respond" elevate these to navigation level pages.
110Your Emotions     Develop the domain name. Use the name prominently in the site.
111Redirect sq/ec pages     Place redirect statements in the old sq/ec pages, like is now in the sq/ec/recognizing page.
112Complete Relationship Modes   Relationships Complete the discussion of relationship modes. Illustrate the constellations described there. Tie this into the popular "wounded child" idea.
113Made to stick     Apply the ideas from "made to stick" to the text and promotion of the site. What is the simple core idea? "know how you feel? What is the analog to "What is more likely to kill you, shark or deer? Try something like: More Americans can name 5 major league pitchers than 5 emotions. Write an article and publish it through Choose a movie script from
114Paths of apology & forgiveness X Apology Compress the figure "Paths of apology and forgiveness" to less than 807 pixels wide so it restores a proper margin to the text.
115Amnesty     Add amnesty to the glossary and consider adding a page or section in the forgiveness and revenge pages. Amnesty is a form of forgiveness. Add it to that page.
116Other Mental States   Emotions Describe other mental states on the Emotions page. Include mood, trait, and other states such as excitement, boredom, sleep, hypnosis, and conditions such as ignorance, and conventional intelligence.
117Add a link     Monitor add a link sites: to ensure emotional competency stays on the list and to submit my page to the others listed there.
118Entomology     Include the entomology of each word as part of its definition.
119Curricula     Develop example curricula by providing outlines that link to particular pages in a logical order.
120Leveling   envy Discuss the topic of "leveling"--trying to make the other guy look bad so you will look good, on the "envy" page. See Dr. Phil, Self. P298.
121Perception     Consider adding a page on "Perception" This may already be coved in the "evidence" and "distortions" pages, but is not explicitly mentioned.
122Resource Conflict     Describe the concept of "Resource Conflict" Tie this in with "needs" Demonstrate how it is at the root of several primal mechanisms.
123FALSIFIBILITY     FALSIFIBILITY - add to the discussion of evidence. It is the key to distinguishing faith from science.  Consider "Inoculated Theories", "Immunity from Falsification", and "Witch Trial" along with the paper at: The Emperor’s Dilemma- A Computational Model of Self-Enforcing Norms
124REIFICATION X   REIFICATION -- the (mis)taking of an abstract category or classification as actually existing in the real world.. See:
add to fallacies and symbols.
125Sitemap     Keep the sitemap.xml file up-to-date. Run the GSite Crawler often to refresh the file. Resubmit it to Google and yahoo.
126Triune brain     Describe the concept of the triune brain. Use this to define "cognition" and to describe why the rapid response of an emotion is often at odds with the considered analysis of cognition.
127Dispersing Responsibility     Say much more about dispersion and focus on the responsibility page. consider including the bureaucrat's handbook.
128Killer App     Identify the "Killer Application" that makes emotional competency essential.
129 emotional wellbeing     Use the phrase "emotional wellbeing" as a synonym for emotional competency.
130 Self test     Provide an emotional competency self test (multiple choice) and include and annotated answer key. Integrate this into the study guide.   
131 Passive Aggressive     Improve the page on passive aggressive behavior. Consider using material from:
132 Workplace Bullying     Address the topic of workplace bullying. Perhaps as a form of tyranny. Use information from:
133 Paths of Fear     Incorporate the "two path" model of Joseph LeDeux into the description of fear. Use material from: and his book "The Emotional Brain" Expand to include the blending of inputs for other emotions.
134 Other mental states     Address mental states that are not emotions, such as: alert, stressed, distracted, bored, fixated,  obsessed, impatient, exhausted, excited, focus, concentration , confused, . . .
135 Non-violent protest     Consider integrating the material from: But cast this as personal power.
136 Math Counseling     Write a parody of a community where they don't teach math, don't talk about math in polite company, need to use math every day, but provide math counseling to people who just don't get it.
137 Assessment Instruments     Include a variety of assessment instruments on the site. Formal, validated instruments have been developed to measure EI. See for example: and
But others can be found to measure several of the concepts included in the site. Integrate this with the idea of a before and after test in the study guide.
138 Add paper on dominance contest     read the paper at:  and  and incorporate the findings into the page on dominance contests.
139 Deception     Create a page on "Deception" to parallel the one on "distortion". Address propaganda techniques, sending a false message using literal truths, using unrepresentative samples and anecdotes, and other techniques of deliberate deceit.  
140 Images of Tyranny     Get good images of tyranny and oppression. Consider Sisyphus rolling the stone up hill for eternity.
141 Emotional Processing Model     Include an emotional processing model. Adapt material from:
Integrate this with "staring back a thought" and the "processing fear" diagram to be developed.
142 Accepting an Apology     Add a section to the "apology" page on accepting an apology.
143 Persuasion and influence.     Read the following paper and add to the discussion on influence: Feeling and thinking: Preferences need no inferences
RB Zajonc - American Psychologist, 1980
144 Plutchik's Model     Add Plutchik's theory of basic and derived emotions to the "recognizing" page. See p114 of "The Emotional Brain"
145 EQ Tests     Check out the site at: they list a variety of EQ tests.
146 Stress and Relax     Address the topics of stress and relaxation. Link them into fear and anxiety and perhaps other areas.
147 Panic     Address the topic of panic. Link to fear, anxiety, stress, primal thinking, and control freak.
148 12 Lessons     Consider structuring the "study guide" as "12 Lessons" analogous to the "12 steps" that are so popular.
149 Rules for Dialog     Add a page that provide rules or guidelines for conducting a dialog. Emphasize the principle of "symmetry" Research "Essential Conversations"
150 Humility     Discuss the advantages of humility. See Chapter 9 of "Imperative People". Contrast with humiliation and shame.
151 Grounding Beliefs     Discuss the basis for people's beliefs. Is it popular opinion, peer opinion, the opinions of parents, teacher's elders, bosses, religious leaders, rock-stars, positional authorities, basic principles, or experts? How easily are beliefs changed? What would it take to abandon or modify your principles? Relate this to self-esteem, first-person viewpoint, influence, humility, arrogance, and change topics.
152 Emotional competency inventory     Study the Emotional competency inventory described at: Incorporate any learning into the site.
153 Simplify     "A design is complete when there is nothing further that can be taken away." Apply that principle to these web pages.
154 Documented Advantages     Continue to find more compelling evidence supporting the value of Emotional Competency. See:
155 Minimalist diet     Research the simplest, least costly diet that can sustain humans. (e.g. what did Gandhi and mother Theresa eat? What does the WHO recommend). Add this specific information to the page on "needs" and to the paragraph on simple needs on the tyranny page.
156 Describe Systems Thinking     Write down the key principles and practices of "systems thinking". What makes it different and powerful? How can it be applied to everyday problems? What are the key tools, techniques, and viewpoints? Consider writing a book "System thinking for soccer moms" that makes the technique accessible to many people.
157 Solidifying Abstractions X Distortions Describe a distortion "Solidifying abstractions" Our mind deals in abstractions (symbols). A rainbow is a bunch of refractions, a forest is a bunch of trees, truth, beauty, love etc. are also abstractions. The difficulty comes in because: 1) the abstraction is never precise (your rainbow looks different than mine) and 2) they are emergent phenomenon rather than concrete phenomenon. (I believe this is the Buddhist concept of "empty"). None the less we hotly defend the truth of our abstractions. I think the word "Reification" describes this and may be a better name for the distortion. "Materializing an abstraction" is an alternative name. They are immune from falsification. "Yes, but is it art?" requires reification to answer, and is inherently unanswerable.
158 More on Dialogue   Dialogue See what can be learned from the site at:
159 Mere exposure effect   distortions Add "mere exposure effect" to the list of distortions. Read and reference the paper rick sent me.
160 Paradox   Distortions Investigate if unknowingly treating a paradox as a problem is a mental distortion.
161 Depression   Depression Look up the DSM IVtr symptoms for depression and add them to the page.
162 Poles & Pivots   Poles & Pivots Describe where polar opposites pivot on a particular issue. For example: compassion and contempt pivot on the responsibility of the unfortunate. Guilt and Pride pivot on explanatory style and values.
163 FAQ   FAQ Answer these FAQ on the "blog" site: "How can you change another person?"
164 Narcissism   Narcissism and social comparison Read and integrate this paper:
165 Web Design   Web Design How did they create the boarder at:
166 Control   Control Describe control and stress going beyond what is now on the learned helplessness page. Consider defining control as a combination of autonomy and competency. Consider defining "stressor" as uncontrollable adverse events.
167 Control Freak   Control Freak Read the article at: and use it to enhance my page on tyranny.
168 Jealousy   Jealousy Obtain and read the article at: and use it to improve the discussion on jealousy.
169 Marginal Needs   Needs Decide if these are true needs: Basic medical care?, touching, intimacy, affection, sex ??
170 Dependency Based Power   Power Read the article at: and integrate the findings.
171 Narcissistic Managers   Tyranny Read: and integrate the learning.
172 Life Strategies     Read: and integrate any learning's.
173 Theory of Knowledge   Theory of Knowledge Complete the sections on wisdom of crowds, informational cascades, and somatic markers on the TOK page.
174 Coping   Coping Integrate the coping page with the "responding to loss" section of the sadness page.
175 Coping   Coping Strategies Examine the list at: and incorporate some of these coping strategies. Perhaps it is best to read "zebra" first to provide a well-founded theoretical structure for these.
176 Goals   Goals Page Create a page on choosing, meeting, and revising goals. Link this into the "guidance" page and many others. Link to values, beliefs, and appraisal. Organize excellent source material. Consider:
Choose categories from:
177 ToK   ToK Page Read through: and integrate new information
178 Fallacies   Hasty Generalizations Read:
179 Depression   Image Find an image of "Woman at the Wall" by George Tooker to use to illustrate depression.
180 Stigma   Shame / Humiliation Read: and clarify the distinction between shame and humiliation. Introduce the idea of "stigma".
181 Monogamy   Jealousy Add a discussion of Monogamy to the jealousy page.
182 Stature X stature Change status to stature throughout.
183 Condescension   stature Add a discussion of Condescension to the stature page. Base it on:
184 Deciding   ?? ToK, Beliefs, Goals . . . Address: deciding, feeling, thinking, ambivalence, forbearance, impulse control, congruent actions . . . (Inspired by the answering Wendy What were you thinking column.)
185 Ubuntu   Dignity Discuss the topic of Ubuntu in the context of dignity. Begin with: and also search the HDHS pages for information.
186 Trust   Trust Add a page on the topic of trust. Tie it to "reputation" and perhaps even decision making and belief.
187 ToK   ToK Read: and integrate the information.
188 Importance   Importance Incorporate the results of the study at: into the "importance" narrative.
189 Fallacies   Fallacies See: and use this to improve and organize my list of fallacies.
190 Equity   Equity Re-read the chapter in Don' Klein's book on "Equity" write this up for the stature or reciprocity page.
191 Research   Research Read topics from: and make use of this information source.
192 Emotions   Emotions Continue to study the chart at: to see if there is anything more to learn.
193 Humility   Humility Introduce a page on humility. Describe its potential. My "A New Earth" study guide can provide some ideas. Write a book "Undaunted Humility"
194 Mindfullness   Empathy, Calm Read the book "The miracle of mindfulness" Describe the connection to empathy: I am mindful of my suffering, I therefore understand your suffering, I can increase my empathy for you. Also understand the connection to calm.
195 Solutions   The EC Problem Solver Add to the "solutions" page to create the EC problem solver, suggesting solutions to life's every-day problems.
196 Self Organizing Structures     Describe human self organizing structures. Contrast this with the command ad control structures of typical (hieratical) organizations. Describe the clash. This is the origin of the "obedience / contribution" dilemma I see at AT&T.  "What would a beekeeper do?" - address a management style based on minimum intervention and autonomy support.
197 Initiative     Address the topic of "Initiative" Position it wrt motivation, autonomy, egoism, and humility.
198 Defining Moments     Discuss "defining moments" - typically courageous decisions that have shaped the course of your life and revealed your true values. Add this to "authentic self" and other pages.
199 Cynicism   Cynicism Describe cynicism and add it to the relevant page. (Is it an expression of anger? how is it related to sarcasm?)
200 Choice   Choice Where is "choice" thoroughly discussed? It is an aspect of autonomy and what you can change, but I am not sure there is a focused discussion of it on a particular page. Establish links to this discussion.
201 Sophrology   Sophrology Study Sophrology
202 Chump   Chump Chump, wuss, sucker, no one wants to become these humiliated guys. Discuss the sources, aversion, defenses, and remedies.
203 Play   Play Read Stuart Brown's book "Play", write a page on it, and integrate it into power, depression, limbic resonance, and trust pages.
204 Self Discipline   Self Discipline Add at topic on Self Discipline. Begin with the marshmallow experiment. See:
Also: Get a good image of this monkey trap: Use this description and image in the EC website for attachment but also for a new page on “impulse control” (e.g. marshmallow test)
205 Values and emotions   Values Map the widely-accepted values to corresponding emotions. For example: justice -> anger, Purity -> disgust, caring -> compassion & love, etc.
206 Screen Tips     Add "Screen Tips" to many of the hyperlinks in the site.
207 Fallicies   Fallicies See the "Fallacy Files" at: Consider adopting their style of organization and some of their references. Organize by: four criteria of a good argument: relevance, acceptability, sufficient grounds and rebuttal from the book: Attacking Faulty Reasoning: A Practical Guide to Fallacy-Free Arguments.