John M. Coates





John M. Coates


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Ecology and Social Work: To...

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The Art Of Nick Cardy

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The Hour Between Dog and Wo...

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An Atlas of Australia's Wars

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“hubris syndrome. This syndrome is characterized by recklessness, an inattention to detail, overwhelming self-confidence and contempt for others; all of which, he observes, “can result in disastrous leadership and cause damage on a large scale.” The syndrome, he continues, “is a disorder of the possession of power, particularly power which has been associated with overwhelming success, held for a period of years and with minimal constraint on the leader.”
John M. Coates, The Hour Between Dog and Wolf: How Risk Taking Transforms Us, Body and Mind

“Yet of this massive flow of information no more than about 40 bits per second actually reaches consciousness. We are, in other words, conscious of only a trivial slice of all the information coming into the brain for processing.”
John M. Coates, The Hour Between Dog and Wolf: How Risk Taking Transforms Us, Body and Mind

“good judgment may require the ability to listen carefully to feedback from the body.”
John M. Coates, The Hour Between Dog and Wolf: How Risk Taking Transforms Us, Body and Mind

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