Tools of the Trade.

On occasion, I’ve seen Jeffery Combs share that the requirements of succeeding in any vocation are learning the habits, skills and mindsets of those chosen vocation(s). Moving beyond the solely tangible is this trifecta in all of its’ influential glory. It’s a great place to start when we have no clue, and the best place…

Pattern Interrupt.

Surprises. They can be fun and they can be dastardly. Some, myself included, would suggest that we learn by heeding the pebbles or by healing from boulders. Something I learned from seeing Dr. Joe Dispenza is that provoking thought can provide a pattern interrupt. That being said, it has its’ place when seeking change. There’re…

Of Methods and Principles

At one stage in our lives, those around us encourage us that we have potential. At a later stage, depending on whether we violate social norms or not, others may suggest that we had potential. And if we choose to conform once again, or break the hive mindset and achieve something others deem worthy for…

Principle.

In the wake of a billionaire’s endeavor to contribute to the world this might be considered a buzz word now. It’s certainly appearing differently in search engines after his endeavor began its’ live run. He would suggest that you think for yourself first and to decide on three questions. What do you want? What is…

Making Wisdom Go Viral.

This one’s in the toolbox of people who facilitated the development of duplication before the industrial age. It’s also developing in the toolbox of some individuals who are ambitious by comparison to others. Unlike during the growth and expansion that required quality delegation to take place, we have the sully of the internet to take…

Cutting the Crap.

This would be a great place to start when you make a true decision, one that is true to the etymology of the word – not just the one what we want it to be. It would be useful to have a formal declaration as to when this blog took a turn from being solely…

The Generous Hustle.

Otherwise known as, “Take Full Responsibility and Give Away Credit.” My first exposure to this was through work involving Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward, but it’s most easily discovered publicly in this five minute segment. Coming from someone with so much skin in the game they’ve contributed to what many take for granted, it’s easy…

A Discussion of Strategy.

I like strategy. Even when it’s done poorly, a strategy prevents a lack of progress from ever occurring. Since there’s a lesson in every failure, and failure is only fatal if we let it define us, a learning strategy ought to include our mental faculties. Those mental privileges include learning and applying the wisdom of…

Vetting Information

Do you have a library of books you’ve never read before? Several people do, and if that’s you, don’t worry – I don’t know it’s you. I’m not here to call you out. I am suggesting a process to vet information, though, and it’s up to you to receive and employ it. Like all methods…

A Sensus Plenior Reality.

Seeing a vision through creates a meta reality. One that exists in contrast to the reality that was previously accepted as real and true. Over the course of the inevitable changes there are plenty of ways to explore, sensus plenior. One means of exploring the numerous meanings of reality is mindset. Another avenue, well documented,…