Reflections, Actions and Prospects
is the third issue of Potential Unleashed and, based on
feedback received, we are inclined to produce eight issues
annually of this blog, i.e. monthly apart from those months
when Nurturing Potential itself will be
published. Thus June will see the first full issue of
Nurturing Potential, while Potential Unleashed
will reappear at the end of July.
the multiplicity of posts, periodicals, publications and blogs
that inundate our computer monitors, (some of which appear
daily!), we believe readers will welcome a reduction rather
than an increase in output. To say nothing of our
contributors. (Do we hear vast sighs of relief?)
design seems to have settled down into an identifiable format.
We have opened our left-hand column to any of our
friends and associates (the categories are not mutually
exclusive!) who wish to post news, either original or
reproduced from blogs posted elsewhere. In the last
issue it was Sylvia Farley, who is our contributing editor in
the area of Ecology and the Environment.
The column is not restricted to just one blogger.
Please share your news and views with our readers and your
friends. (Again, these are not mutually exclusive
We are devoting
the right hand column to details of all the books we have
received for review as well as hoping to whet your appetites
by listing the books received that are actually with reviewers
for the next issue of Nurturing Potential. We
also feature some reviews already received, either in their
entirety or in summary form, prior to being repeated or given
in full in Nurturing Potential.
We have also
opened this column for our contributors and editorial board
members to let you to let you know what they are up to - below
the heading Team
in this issue, we are delighted to have heard from our old
contributor and friend from the original Nurturing Potential,
Ramsey Dukes, whose article on Superstition will be published in
the June issue of Nurturing Potential. In the meantime he
has given us permission to reproduce an article he wrote during
the Blair "presidency" in 2008. This is entitled
Dying of AIDS. (Click on title to access)
the stocks and in the pending folder are the following
intentions for the June issue of Nurturing
The Main Theme: We are taking a lead from an early Groupwork
main theme in the original magazine. This will deal with
the difference between Teamwork and Groupwork. How do
teams differ from groups?
We have the article Talisman from Amelia May
We continue our examination of brain-storming and
Dependency Theory - Where is it Now?
content will include articles in the areas of Therapy,
Language and Linguistics, Health and Fitness, The Arts, Verse,
Third Age, Your contributions will be greatly