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Recommended Links
TranscendingFear.com - Brian Germain's website for his book "Transcending Fear". Visit this website for further information about his research and work regarding human fear. Indeed this book is a great addition to the CALM concept which also seeks the potential that exist if we manage to transcend our human heritage of fear...

Study in Holistic Leadership - Posted with permission, this dissertation research project from a fellow Henley MBA Tania Ellis provides an interesting and exciting perspective of management in the Era of Compassionate Capitalism. The paper is great and inspiring reading which has a Vision of Holistic Leadership on one side, and a status of where managers and leaders are today on the other. I my opinion this is a highly qualified input for people who are interested in personal development and growth, for managers, leaders and people in general.
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Funkflyz.com - The most winning skydiving team ever! 5 Gold medals in a row tell a tale of continuous performance and inspiration. Personally, I have had the fortune of receiving coaching from Nils Kløcker Predstrup -skydiving with a world champignon...!

www.google.com - My preferred multi-purpose search engine; it is fast and has a great robot that allows you to go to the corners of the web, even if the pages have not been very well indexed.

Google Language Tools - Need a hand translating? Try how far computers can take you today, and just think how far they'll be in a decade! The translations available on these pages have been done using this service.

www.prankster.dk - a website dedicated to skydiving and all the fun that comes along with it.

Recommended Books
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The Other 90%: How to Unlock Your Vast Untapped Potential for Leadership and Life
by Robert K. Cooper - This best-selling book is great reading; it combines a number of philosophies in a great story combined with examples and statistics; this makes it digestible for everyone. I look forward to the impact in business this book will have.
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Transcending Fear
by Brian Germain - This book is definitely a good start for a peaceful, yet extreme, personal journey towards better life-quality. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is interested in the field of self-development, stress-relief, or simply just interested in one of the most inherited limitations of human beings.

Flow: Optimal Experience
by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - This book is basically about the same subject as “The Other 90%” which I also highly recommend. This book is just 10 years older; this means that some of the examples are a little out of the current global context, but surprisingly many are not at all. This book deals solemnly with the “Flow” experience and how to integrate it into everyday life, a very good book!

Which World: Scenarios for the 21st Century: Global Destinies, Regional Choices
by Allen Hammond - Interested in the future, this book provides three scenarios for the future based on global trends. Human nature is normally negative to the unknown and unpredictable; this book opened my eyes to future global challenges as well as gave me a "can do" positive attitude about the deep future.

Designing Web Usability: The Practice of Simplicity
by Jakob Nielsen - This book is great! It is in my opinion a very good guide for anyone who is going to design a website or another program for that matter. Jakob Nielsen covers all the relevant design areas, and supports his recommendations with cases, statistics and examples from usability labs. This book has also inspired me to experiment with a few changes to this site. [Read Article]

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The official homepage of Morten Middelfart and CALM. Computer Aided Leadership and Management (CALM) is an inspirational speculation on where mankind may be heading in the quest to leverage computer potentials for helping individuals and organizations to self-actualize their symbiotic potentials.

The time frame for this well-informed and provocative speculation on relatively near-term and more distant potentials is clearly within mankind's grasp. Dr. Middelfart argues persuasively that within the next one or two decades, symbiotic links with "intelligent machines" will surely leverage people's potentials, far beyond all human progress to date!

Altogether, a tour de force of well-informed contemporary insights and maturely reasoned speculation; affording possible stepping stones and a creative springboard for what may lie ahead. As has been said: "Man's reach should exceed his grasp; else what's a heaven for?”


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