Monday, 13 February 2012

Fresh Air Matters: February 6th, 2012

This is a piece with piercing insight!!! It raises some of the scholarly questions I have had with our current approach to "development" in Ghana.... I like this flourish of perspicacity and wish I could meet and WORK with more people with such thinking: "I look at the way so many people are fixedly focused on ‘middle-income-status’ or ‘low-inflation figures’ or some other policy related mantra, without adjusting their gaze and scanning the risks to that goal that are quickly ‘Troxler-ed’ out of view! Even within a particular practice we can become blind within a specialist area. Take health for instance. We are so focused on the sexy diseases, we are missing out the massive micro-collision courses that will simply prevent achievement of the goal, because we are not looking at the little bits of the image we have become accustomed to and are no longer even aware of."

Fresh Air Matters: February 6th, 2012: Fresh Air Matters... with Capt. Yaw How much blindness do you suffer from? By keeping your gaze constant, even when there is a moving fiel...

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