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Ready Player One – book review

#weekendreading This weekend I gave myself a break from reading business books and read the book Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Have you have ever had a lovely dream and woke up and wanted to go back to the… Continue Reading →

The mind-body tango

Lessons from Joe Dispenza: There are two modes to live in Survival mode / Creation mode. Being in creation mode requires constant change. Sticking to known patterns feels familiar and we misunderstand it to feeling right. Going from the old… Continue Reading →

A different way to look at privacy

When it comes to the topic of privacy, If you are the type of person who thinks, “I have nothing to hide” ” I do not mind sharing data for better services” it can be a good idea to read… Continue Reading →

What affects you

One easy way to realize what stage in life someone is at is what upsets that person. As you learn about human beings and yourself, acquire more mind tools, the list becomes smaller and smaller. Up until 2017 what affected… Continue Reading →

Better alternative to Elon’s rating system

Last week I wrote about how significant improvement was the proposed Journalist rating system is to improve news in general. Upon further reflection, I think the rating system is not going to solve anything only create more confusion, and we… Continue Reading →

Fate – What is leadership?

In Greek and Roman mythology the three goddesses who preside over the birth and life of humans. Each person was thought of as a spindle, around which the three Fates (Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos) would spin the thread of human… Continue Reading →

Lessons from – Jim Kwik

It is not how smart you are but how are you smart . – Jim kwik If knowledge is power, learning is a superpower – Jim Kwik Most of us are taught what to learn, but none of us are… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin might be doing a big disservice to blockchain technology

I had written an article about bitcoin, about a year ago, saying it is worth holding some of it with the understanding that it is a volatile asset. There is a change in that belief. Being unrealistic about how long… Continue Reading →

Handling fears at 3 years old

When I was a child, whenever I visited my grandparents, we went to a bath in springs in a village in India. On one of those trips, an older boy pushed me into one of the water sources, which at that… Continue Reading →

AI will make nuclear power obsolete

I had mentioned that data is the new uranium and the next arms race will be in the area of AI. If you can project it a little more, AI-driven micro-drones will be more dangerous than nuclear bombs. Here is… Continue Reading →

Moon Halo Effect

Yesterday night, we witnessed the moon halo effect. We tried the beach and the mountain to see where do we get the best shot. The best shot was from the garden. From earthsky.org: “Halos around the sun or moon happen… Continue Reading →

A peek under the hood of innovation

Our memories will taint and shape every version of future we imagine. For example, it is impossible to imagine your ideal house without using the memory of aspects of homes or hotels you have gathered from memory. To innovate you… Continue Reading →

So in what ways are you mad?

I am impressed by the rate of progress in the last few years we are making, demystifying everything that I found about humans as a mystery, we are in an era where everything is being absorbed and measured, analyzed and… Continue Reading →

Teaching disability?

What I noticed is that my two sons each have different ways of learning. One jumps into doing and learns on the way, making mistakes and making corrections – pretty much like me, and the other requires much more preparation,… Continue Reading →

Success : Part one – In search for significance

What does it take to be rich especially when you are born poor and have no close role models within your family of social circle for wild runaway success? Worst still, when you are an orphan like Larry Ellison, or… Continue Reading →

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