Principle Distillery

It’s pretty easy. There are as many man-made principles as there are industries that man participates in. Since each has its’ own specialization, math’s principles apply but still differ from its’ divergents. One example is computer science as a divergence from math. Another is the vast difference between running marathons, undergoing a parkour gauntlet or…

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…

Human Variation.

Ever witness someone do the impossible? How about experiencing it for yourself? If you do something you see others deem impossible after the fact, you may never look at the ‘impossible’ the same way again. With people like Wim Hof around, it’s easy to see: we’re capable of more than what we’re doing right now.…

Inversion.

A common application for this word is seen in music study, where chords are inverted on one another in order to facilitate some differences that make for some interesting combinations. Another application is in the struggling arguments of two individuals, where one attempts to invert the argument against its’ initiator. The latter can be used…

Co-Creation.

The path that leads here is open to anyone prepared to learn. The last time I checked, anyone willing to learn could do so this way. What can you do with values based collaboration after all? Synergy is an idea shared by the late Stephen Covey, meanwhile interdependence is sprinkled throughout history. Like history’s swings,…

Economy.

In addition to the economy that we create and historically desist, there’s also natural economic law and all that it constitutes. Unlike the economy that we create, if we indebt the world too much, it shifts its’ numbers and eradicates us. The Earth is a kind debtor until she reaches her threshold. Considering the rest…

Spotting Opportunities

After spotting an opportunity, what do you do with it? Do you qualify the idea for your time and energy? Do you share it with friends, hoping for feedback? Do you share it with your inside group of colleagues, looking for someone to collaborate with? Do you share it with other business owners? Do you…

Extreme Value.

Going live comes with so many pros and cons. Even victory can be a mistake in some contexts, like wages and debt. Have you considered applying the 40% rule to the goal you decided to limit yourself at? A high degree of something is subjective to something that’s very low. Something low to the ground…

Something to Play With.

Filling a need. Educate the ignorant. Feed the poor. Clothe the naked. Educate the ignorant. Free the captive. Live an inspired life. Become a risen superman. Think differently. Giving freely of yourself. Take genuine interest in the youth. Identify who needs what you have to give and do. Demonstrate virtue. Explore yourself sensus plenior. Leave…

Execution Level Study

Part of the self directed analyses in critical thinking is a self directed application of these things we call thought. I’m replacing ‘ideas’ with ‘things’ here, but they’re both nouns – tomato, tomahto, if you will. A self directed education is where we end up after taking at least twelve years in the public education…