Here is a Landmark distinction in a TED talk... delivered in layman's terms. Just listen to the explosive applause in the end... It is a missing piece for most of us.
Puzzle: Which of these two need a higher TLB?
1. Make do vs 2. Make it work
Please vote in the comment section and if you do, explain why you said what you said.
You can only pick one thing that you want out of life, and if you pick the wrong thing, you'll never be successful.
...Joel Salatin said, "the worst thing in life is to get older and realize you got good at the wrong thing."
You would think that the title is about multi-tasking. But it isn't. It is a life that is un-integrated.
So what is an integrated life?
A life is like a symphonic orchestra.
Most people's life sounds like the tuning the instruments phase of the orchestra: cacophony. Bad noise.
Only when the conductor shows up, raps his baton against the music sheets, silence, and music starts. All instruments read the same music sheets, all keep their eyes on the conductor... Integration happens.
An integrated life.
Yeah-yeah Sophie, but what is the music sheet? What should you organize your life around so you can live the integrated and therefore enjoyable life? Continue reading "“You can only kick with one foot at a time, Otherwise you fall on your arse.”"
I just got an email from Bill Harris of Holosync fame... A man I despise. He is hawking a book and a woman called Dawn Clark, who wrote a book that is right up my alley: change your dna something or another to make money. 1
So I went to the Dawn Clark's site, watched her on a video, listened to her voice, and here is my "review": the woman's vibration is 100. The truth value of she says is 1%, so 99% is a lie.
She is talking about stuff she knows nothing about.
If and when you are a fraud, you make your success with teaching people stuff you cannot do. Don't want to do. Have never done.
You make your followers, buyers into suckers. Continue reading "Are you a sucker? You most certainly are…"
This is an article from The Atlantic... Hint: not by discussing IQ The I here is James Fallows... although I tend to agree with him. this is a companion article to my previous article on self-esteem...
If you just want to know what people who are actually smart think of themselves... talk about themselves, jump there...
by James Fallows Jan 6, 2018 Science
I've never met or interviewed Donald Trump, though like most of the world I feel amply exposed to his outlooks and styles of expression. So I can't say whether, in person, he somehow conveys the edge, the sparkle, the ability to connect, the layers of meaning that we usually associate with both emotional and analytical intelligence.
But I have had the chance over the years to meet and interview a large sampling of people whom the world views the way Trump views himself. That is, according to this morning's dispatches, as "like, really re," and "genius." Continue reading "How Actual Smart People Talk About Themselves"
A video that makes me cry every time i watch it deserved to be watched again and again.
There is no direct relevance of the content: cheating, to me or my life. And yet, the way Esther Perel speaks about cheating and relationships is the finest example of seeing A is A... so it is right up our alley... Yours, mine. So watch it... again.
It's about cheating and affairs.
But it talks to all people... it talked to me, made me weep, opened my eyes... Please watch it.
I just listened to this Earl Nightingale talk... eleven minutes or so.
I had never heard it...
It struck me how everything was invented so many times in history... and however many times it was invented, like how to get from where you are to being in the top few percent of the world, millions of people can listen to you and they will miss it.
Why? Because, I think, because opportunity comes in work clothes... Opportunity looks like work. And what people hope opportunity is is like a windfall... it befalls you... lol.
Enjoy the video. Even if you miss it, it is fun to listen.
I am republishing this article, because it is one of the most important things to get... That context is decisive.
I have been trying to teach context, but context is a very difficult concept: it is like looking at the sky behind the clouds.
A cloud against a blue sky is a very different cloud than against a black twirling mass of angry space...
When you have a feeling, a sensation, like a kick in the stomach, it means different things when you are pregnant, when you are psychically attacked, when the phone rings... etc. The kick is the same, the context is what changed.
Mostly people won't provide you with context of their communication: they don't think you need it: they assume you know it. But you don't, and when you don't know the context, the default context steps in.
Continue reading "Context is decisive… What’s the context of wanting to raise your vibration?"
A sleep doctor says 4 types of animals represent how people sleep — and these are the ideal daily routines for each
When it comes to health and productivity, it's not just about what you do — eating right, exercising, and working hard — it's also about when you do it.
Chronobiology is the study of internal clocks, how they differ among people, and how you can adjust your daily schedule to suit your unique biological rhythm. Each person's rhythm, or chronotype, is different.
According to psychologist and sleep specialist Dr. Michael Breus, there are four chronotypes, which he labels dolphins, lions, bears, and wolves. Roughly half the population is made up of bears; the rest is split among dolphins, lions, and wolves.
Breus' website includes a diagnostic quiz readers can take to try to identify their chronotype.
Keep in mind that it's virtually impossible to have a perfect day every day, so make the changes you realistically can.
reprinted from Business Insider