This BBC Friday – A Think Club business strategy roundtable extravaganza. “Common Sense” in business life. A not uncommon theme since the Enlightenment: there was Common Sense, a pamphlet on American independence from England, written by Thomas Paine in 1775–1776; and the great Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid’s An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense (c.1785), a tour-de-force in modern epistemology, faculty psychology, and critical realism; and finally, this Friday’s Think Club, another tour-de-force, a business tour-de-force, a BBC philosophical inquiry.
Thanks to our own thinkologist Bill Ruddick, Ruddick Consulting, for leading us in this delightful Think Club event. Bring your brains!
Be here, be free, be businesswise. For, in a sense, me hearties, as serial entrepreneurials, we all be business wise! …Arr!
So Invite your friends and associates to come join us for this exciting non-virtual non-cloud event in real time and real space…and another delicious cup of BBC!
[email protected] – 403 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Is, Upstairs at the Pavilion 7:30-8:00 – coffee/tea, visiting, informal networking
8:00-8:50 – BBC Friday – Think Club, “Common Sense”
8:50-9:00 – announcements, visiting
Sincerely, BBC Management, KaveDragen Ink, & other entrepreneurial sentients from planet BBC _______________________________________________
Both-Sides-Of-The-Bridge BBC News, Notices, Events
9 October, 7:00 PM, at U. Of WA Turner Auditorium (HSB D209), & 10 October, 7:00-8:00 PM at Eagle Harbor Books eagleharborbooks.com – Award-winning journalist and author Lawrence Weschler (BBC Regular Robert Weschler’s brother): And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?, a biographical memoir of Lawrence’s friendship with Oliver Sacks.” Lawrence also be at Elliott Bay Bookstore on Friday 11th, 7:00 PM.