Commit

Inherent in the intelligent commitment to any discipline, critical thinking skills can serve us in moving ourselves forward. It’s one thing to walk around the park every day and it’s another to grow through the experience. When everyone recognizes their genius, what value is given to commitment? Using myself as an example, my commitment to…

To Creatively Produce

Part 3. Start here. To produce is a neutral word in regards to action, outside of production for manufacturing. In its’ definition alone you can check that it is suggestive of the principle of cause and effect, and so Pareto’s principle as well. In producing from your cause for a creative pursuit, it might not…

Remarkably Creative Execution

Part Two Start here Where there is a clear path the mind and compartments can be led, there’s an option to be remarkable. While many appear to value it, there’s no denying the contrast between what’s remarkable and what’s not. The Pareto Principle, that¬†roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes, suggests…

Creative Execution

There is a wonderful freedom that comes with our capacity to lead ourselves. Unless we commit to be in someone else’s employ, there’s no restriction on the production so long as we follow the two sets of laws! To carry out a imagined or original ideas, typically in an art form. Would it be socially…

To Constitute

This is part three of a series, start here. Let’s take a small break from the principles of this series to define in more detail what it means to constitute. Aside from Constitutions, Jim Rohn’s quote and this book, there’s not much of the word around. That’s my exposure of the word, anyway. It’s a…

To constitute virtue

This is part two of a series, start here. Let’s define positive as a thing that moves us forward, that idea that represents progress. A negative would then be something that detracts from progress, or an idea that represents a lack of progress. Why would a positive mental attitude be represented as first by Napoleon…

To Constitute True Wealth

In the past, I promised that I would share the twelve things that constitute real riches according to the late Napoleon Hill. Thanks to storify, there’s plenty for you to dig into . Listed below are the twelve, in the order Hill suggests: Positive mental attitude Sound physical health Harmony in human relations Freedom from…

Results

One of the best tests of whether someone is capable of assisting you in any means of service is the results test: if they have the results, surely they’re able to assist you in doing the same, correct? What do we say about the man or woman who made their fortune by cheating others, or…

Qualifying Control

To qualify something we must add a condition to the thing that we aim to act on. Right off the bat, reservations will tend to limit the thing that we aim to do, so we can identify that it is a means of convergent thinking. Even with this, control tends to be an illusion at…

Meta-Metacognition

This is part four of a series on metacognition, start here. Beyond that which is perceived to be beyond what we are presently capable of observing. Let’s say this is infinite intelligence to go in line with science and the terms that are used. What implications could this have for our capacity to think critically,…