Category: Introduction

  • Rules are default

    Rules are flawed, but still our default approach. In most societies, the default way to talk about what is right or wrong is through rules and regulations. We have tremendously detailed descriptions about what we think is allowed or not, written down in countless volumes of regulations. While this often proves to be very valuable…

  • Exercise: Make your own ‘good-cloud’

    Exercise: Make your own ‘good-cloud’

    Step 1: Start by making a good-cloud Using a blank sheet of paper, just randomly write down words describing what is worth striving for in work and life in general, much like in the figure of the post ‘Good is a fuzzy concept‘. They don’t have to specifically relate to your preferences, but should reflect…

  • Good is a fuzzy concept

    Good is a fuzzy concept

    Good can be seen in different ways and is therefore hard to recognise or discuss. This post is part of an introduction to the concept of Rosetta. One reason why discussion about what is right or wrong doesn’t always have the effect it deserves is that it is so hard to agree on what good…

  • Introducing Rosetta: Making good more doable by learning to recognise it

    Introducing Rosetta: Making good more doable by learning to recognise it

    ‘Good’ often doesn’t get the attention it deserves. This needs to change. The next couple of months (February – June), my posts will focus on learning to recognise opportunities to do good and avoid bad. To ‘make good more doable‘ (my mission), we should start by focusing our attention on what ‘good’ is, and in…