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Chad Renando
Works at Speedwell eBusiness Solutions
Attended Australian College of Applied Psychology
Lived in Ipswich, Queensland, AU
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A bit of reflection from a 5-year blogging journey... http://bit.ly/1k6oaAO
This month marks over five years and 192 posts since I first hit publish on Sideways Thoughts. I find myself borrowing on Gandhi to help…
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Some blogging reflection of the past year
The Answer to the Great Question... Of Life, the Universe and Everything... Is... Forty-two,' said Deep Thought, with infinite majesty and calm. ~ Douglas Adams, The…
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What can we learn from life as an experiemnt?
Is life a series of successes and failures, or an experiment? I invite you to reflect on your life over the past five years. Consider…
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Some Sideways Thoughts on ways to improve your self-esteem diet http://bit.ly/1nuoLSk
How we see ourselves is important. People who have higher self-esteem tend to be happier, and people with lower self-esteem tend to be more depressed. And…
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Why do we do what we do?  A speeding ticket results in some challenging sideways  thoughts http://bit.ly/1ndVk7R
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Do we move from a burning platform or towards a burning ambition? http://bit.ly/1auyEu6
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Our personality may not always have our best interests at heart
We love our personality, and so we should. Our personality protects us from real or perceived threats, helps us achieve our ambitions, and generally allows…
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What does it take to learn to jump the barrel?  
My affection for video games started early in life. Video game arcades of the early 80s were my sanctuary; a dark, bleeping, blinking holy den…
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Second part of a few Sideways Thoughts on self-esteem. http://bit.ly/1iUu0Jf
I am becoming increasingly aware of a tendency in society (or perhaps myself?) to associate self-worth with our performance or position. This can result in…
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How do we 'learn' values? Some thoughts from a recent 7-day facilitation experience http://bit.ly/1p2KMJs
The case for V.I.T.A.L. In my day job as a Management Consultant, I often have the pleasure of facilitating groups and teams. I thoroughly enjoy…
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Exploring behaviour change and the link between your goals and self-worth http://bit.ly/1gqk2dD
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The benefits of appreciating the principles of appreciative inquiry. http://bit.ly/1cVZoOQ
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General Manager, digital stuff
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  • Speedwell eBusiness Solutions
    General Manager, 2007 - present
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Ipswich, Queensland, AU - Bendigo, Victoria, AU - Melton, Victoria, AU - San Antonio, Texas, US - Bremerton, Washington, US - Bothell, Washington, US - San Diego, California, US - Surrey, BC, Canada - Groton, CT, US
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American in AU, husband, father, digital General Manager, Masters of Social Science (Management) student, with a passion for discovering how we all tick…
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I am Chad Renando. I am a husband and father, American and Australian. I play in the cross-section of people, digital and business.
Education
  • Australian College of Applied Psychology
    Masters of Applied Social Science (Management), 2007 - 2012
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