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What is Common Sense?
The ability to earn Respect

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Learn how to teach Common Sense
to Share Respect

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We learn to consistently express common sense through a variety of experiences. Most commonly from our parents and many thousands of learning events over our entire childhood, and continuing into our adult life for over 20 years. Common Sense can obviously be taught, but how can the process be accelerated so it can be usefully taught in a shorter time in schools, in the workplace, and at home?.

Schools in-general and Employers in the workplace, do NOT understand what common sense is.  Schools are incapable of teaching children skills of Common Sense needed, before peer pressure deceives them into becoming drug addicts, and self-deception prevents them from pursuing needed priorities. Employers cannot help struggling employees, before they get fired.

Groups not understanding the foundations of Common Sense, and related shared Respect; unwillingly allow Corruption to infiltrate and destroy group passion in serving Group purposes.

Members of Organizations who do not understand the foundations of Common Sense cannot recognize Corruption, and their related opportunities are stolen from them; they feel powerless and allow for sustained harm to the organization.

Corruption stifles organization growth.

“Common Sense” is group based learning & sharing of social, emotional, and logical skills used to identify and fill gaps in consequences to achieve group goals; resulting in consistently earning and sharing trust, and related conveyed respect.

GuidePost provides copyrighted resources to learn to Teach Common Sense, and how to identify and convert corruption in business, into a passion-centered productive corporate culture.

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