Hidden Delta Part II

Nurturing our Inquisitiveness and Creative Excitement

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Hidden Delta, Part 2, helps us reflect on our individual ambitions, societal structures and global values. It invites us to question everything, and never surrender the art of inquiry and wonder.
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Christian Filli specializes in understanding patterns of human motivation, decoding cultural narratives, and examining how these might affect individuals, organizations, brands, and society at large. He is an ICF certified Integral Coach®, and holds a B.A. in Social Communications. Christian worked f

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Hidden Delta, Part 2, helps us reflect on our individual ambitions, societal structures and global values, by weaving together concepts from biology, ethics, philosophy, entertainment, design, leadership, justice and economic theory. While sharing personal experiences and discussing the work of influential authors, Christian Filli argues that we’ve gotten really good at transforming our outer world, the world of things, but we’ve fallen behind in transforming our own perception of the world. His core invitation is that we question everything, and never surrender the art of inquiry and wonder.

About the Author

Christian Filli specializes in understanding patterns of human motivation, decoding cultural narratives, and examining how these might affect individuals, organizations, brands, and society at large. He is an ICF certified Integral Coach®, and holds a B.A. in Social Communications. Christian worked for prominent multinationals such as Reebok, Publicis and Omnicom, and currently focuses on his own coaching practice, Scyrocco. He lives in Austin, Texas.


  • About the Author
  • Foreword
  1. The Purpose Trap
  2. Value Creation
  3. Excess Capacity
  • Conclusion

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