Reminders.

In the mind of almost everyone with access to technology is an impression on the mind from the field we call marketing. Every year, millions if not billions are spent annually, collectively to give people reminders of the things that others want you to buy. In the mind of an experienced aspirant is a reminder…

Fool.

When marching into the unknown, feeling a fool’s likely regardless of a critic or skeptic – even if it’s ourselves alone! Many geniuses have felt they were fools, idiots or so on for doing what they do while in the process. Thankfully, people such as Einstein didn’t submit to the skeptics of their time or…

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…

Applying The Map.

On Thoasp you’ve seen innuendo to some sensitive topics. The most recent example is a direct suggestion to check out corporatocracy. One of the top three people that I tune into to learn from mentioned in on their interview on Impact Theory. The idea has been played with in mystery, like other views. Be this…

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…

Free Will Market

If we have free will, we can consciously make decisions that are not determined by the physics and biology of our brains. It’s a philosophical and religious concept that has found no support in science, despite the strong illusion that we are free. Even if we are not, belief in free will can be healthy,…

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 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…

Documenting Experiments.

It beats just documenting experiences on social media. After all, all experiments are experiences, but not all experiences are experiments. The quality of our experiments depends on the quality of our endeavor. Whether your ambition is neutered – whether your dreams have a deadline or not. How would you like to compare your case studies…

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…