Cognitive Bias and Community Resilience – By Dr. John Plodinec

Cognitive thoughts

Reposted with permission of: Dr. John Plodinec, Community and Regional Resilience Institute Have you ever tried to…

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Community Impacts of the “Great Jobs Collision”

Reposted with permission by: Dr. John Plodinec of CARRI I am a regular reader of John Mauldin’s…

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Constructing a Community Narrative

Bridge and overpass

Repubished with permission of Dr. John Plodinec Community resilience requires action. And in communities “action is at…

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Defining Moments

When a defining moment comes along, you define the moment, or the moment defines you. – Kevin…

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Things to Make You Go Hmmm – About Community Resilience

Republished with permission of: Community & Regional Resilience Institute With continuing apologies to – and appreciation of…

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Practitioners’ Model of Community Resilience: Implications and Applications

…clad his philosophy in mail and mask by means of mathematical hocus pocus. – Nietzsche Functionality =…

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Practitioner’s Model of Community Resilience: From Identity to Model

John Plodinec Community Resiliency Expert

Practitioner’s Model of Community Resilience: From Identity to Model Read part 1 of the series [Earlier this…

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Practitioner’s Model of Community Resilience: Bases

Trigger Warning! The arithmophobic may experience palpitations, panic attacks, or even pass out. I will try to…

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Shocks and crises – “And stresses?” – Oh, my!

John Plodinec Community Resiliency Expert

A man’s reach should exceed his grasp, else what’s a heaven for?  — Robert Browning I have…

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Who Leaves, Who Comes Back After Disasters Strike a Community? – A Dr. Plodinec Analysis

“Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.” — Kris Kristofferson When a community endures catastrophic…

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