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You’ve got a good job, you’re paying all the bills, you’ve got awesome people in your life... Now what? What else??? What next??? How on earth do you sort through all the options of fulfilling, exciting things you COULD do? You gotta’ be intentionally vicarious... Listen to in-depth stories of what other successful people are doing to reach self-actualization!
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I just got an invitation to connect on LinkedIn from a guy whose profile headline is, “A preeminent expert in leadership development through inclusion.” Not just any expert, a preeminent expert! Are you as impressed by that as me?
Simple, profound and extremely helpful for career planning. Dive deeper and Ikigai becomes a set of guidelines for your whole life.
As we all slowly begin to emerge from our shelter in place lockdown we need to continue to examine and think about what happened, what we did in response to this pandemic and what we should do next.
Am I a crazy daredevil, or am I hopelessly risk averse? No offense, but I don’t give a damn what your answer to that question may be.
Trump’s ability to be an effective President of the United States of America and Commander-In-Chief is incidental to the primary goal of the Dems & Republicans, which is to ensure the ongoing growth and financial health of the Political Industry.
This COVID crisis is serious, but... it's also merely the lastest catastrophe in a centuries-long chain of catastrophes. Everything will be fine.
The short answer to "What's a capitalist's path to community service?" Implement a Willful Impact Business Unit that makes a profit and climbs the Hierarchy of Community Service.
So the COVID crisis got you down? Consider this thought from M. Thomas Blalock, III... “Hate the pandemic. Love the opportunity.”
Like it or not you, me and everyone else we know is part and parcel of placing a dollars and cents value on a human life. Get your head around that!
All of it! It all needs to become null and void. The CARES Act got passed in a gigantic hurry. I’m OK with that. BUT... When the crisis is over, the CARES Act needs to end with it. If parts of it make sense, Congress can enact new legislation to reinstate those and only those parts.
Seems like I touched a few nerves with my “Whither the Post Office” episode a couple of weeks ago. Enough so that I feel compelled to respond to a few things that emerged as objections to my perspective.
With politicians and bureaucrats using crises to suck up more power for themselves, we Americans must insist upon and/or take it upon ourselves to accomplish 3 things: ALL “corona-legislation,” that is, bills passed to address this black-swan COVID-19 event, must have a 12 month sunset provision. Relax regulatory restrictions - temporarily - to fac…
It was obsolete and dopey. And I never did wear it. But I still knew where it was after the 4+ decades and 11 homes I’ve had since my collegiate days.
A Zero-Sum game = Higher Costs = Lower Quality = Nothing Left to Invest in Innovation = No Progress. Seriously now, is that a good idea?
Let's keep things in perspective. We survived bubonic plague, SARS, HIV and all manner of other biological crises. Not that it isn't serious, but don't get crazy!
I'm appalled that we allow our federal government to employ more than 600,000 people to expend 95% of their work effort to deliver trash to our homes; while annually burning 146 Million gallons of gas and cutting down 100 Million trees.
I might just draw the line, however with the Skyrider 2.0 standing airplane seat made by the Italian company Aviointeriors. A stand-up seat?
Pampered, self-absorbed, lazy, narcissistic, entitled, reality-TV-watching, participation trophy bearing, smartphone addicted, self-esteem obsessed ne'er do wells, still living in their parent’s basement and craving ever more respect from others that they never even came close to earning? Or those running the show?…
Not to sound too harsh, but... a good 80-90% of those wallowing in unpayable student debt are suffering due self-inflicted wounds. For sure, there is no need for one more individual to get self-saddled with student debt. Alternatives abound.
In the 50 years since 1970, the total number of people living in abject poverty decreased! The total number of the abjectly poor today is less than half what it was only 50 years ago! WOW!!!
Can you think of a politician who does things out of guilt, obligation, duty, or for a reward? Ummm... Wouldn't that be ALL of them?
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