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Cody Janousek

The dichotomy of our minds come into play a lot when we're considering the perspectives of the system. Without our emotional side, understanding the underlying values of the actors might not be as easy. Personally, I think cultivating potential in your analytical mind can lead to growth in your emotional side. Ultimately, the one that has the weaker capacity will be what holds you back.

Katie Rogers

I also thought the concept of dichotomous thinking was interesting! Yin and yang is a cool example because although there are two parts, they are interconnected. In fact, the symbol represents how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary and interdependent, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Sounds like an emergent system! I wonder, if you are more yin or more yang (or more left- or right-brained), if you could achieve beneficial results by partnering with someone who embodies the opposite?

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