Dr Bruce Robinson

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Three ways to make sure change sticks

Welcome to the final post in the SOCK theory – a tool for personal and corporate change series. The success of this tool relies on completing all of the steps in order. So if you missed any, head here to return to the start. [image type=”thumbnail” float=”none” src=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/2.png” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] Congratulations on making it

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Three ways to make that change you always talk about

Welcome to part three of the SOCK theory – a tool for change. The success of this tool relies on completing all of the steps. So if you missed any, start here first. [image type=”thumbnail” float=”none” src=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/1.png” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] I know this can be a difficult journey, but please stay with us. So far

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Zero-culturalism: fear perpetuating ignorance and denying our kids clarity

  Al-Shabaab kills 147 students in Kenya. Boko Haram kidnaps 276 young girls in Nigeria. All in the name of fundamentalist Islam. Priests have abused children. This must surely mean that religion is evil and the teaching of any religion to kids is such a bad idea that we should get rid of it altogether.

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A response to coin collection in Aceh to ‘repay’ Australian PM

This post is in response to the February 22, 2015 article in the Jakarta Post titled In Aceh, people collect coins to ‘repay’ Australian PM [pullquote cite=”Former Aceh Governor Irwandi Yusuf” type=”right”]“It’s not the way international relations should be practiced”[/pullquote] I felt sad to hear that some Acehnese collected coins to “repay” Australia’s generous $1

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The good side of dying

[gap size=”20px”] [column type=”one-half”][image src=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/61.png” alt=”Alt Text” type=”rounded” link=”true” href=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/The-Good-Side-of-Dying.pdf” title=”Download” target=”blank”][/column][column type=”one-half” last=”true”]Dying is normal, but there is a good way to do it and a bad way to do it. When the dying process is handled badly, the survivors can be left with a life-long bitterness. Click the image to download the full

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