Monthly Archives: March 2015

Executing  Ideas

I think that we are all afraid of someone executing  an idea that we don’t agree with.   How do we tell when someone has stopped thinking and has started executing an idea?   When they stop saying “I think” … Continue reading

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Different by Default

Everyone’s fingerprint is different by default. Everyone’s brain is wired differently by default. No one person can actually think the same as anyone else, by default. We think differently by default. “If everyone is thinking alike then someone isn’t thinking”. George S … Continue reading

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Four Way Decision

It seems to me that there are four decisions that I can make with someone else, with one of them being the weakest. The surprising thing is that I bet you will swear that I am wrong about the one that … Continue reading

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Deadline to Failure

(This is my 400th post over the last 5 years.) The funny thing about deadlines is that the deadlier they are the more likely you are to fall off. Deadline from Wikipedia: The term deadline originated from prison camps during war, … Continue reading

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Filter Tips

Disclaimer: I am not qualified to give advice on relationships. You know, in the mating cycle where the only way we seem to able to know if someone is going to be suited to us, is through our visual senses, and gut feelings, it is … Continue reading

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Moon Talk

It never ceases to amaze me to think, while sitting in a diner full of Americans chatting, talking and having conversations, that this nation of people, with the same conversational skills, put a man on the moon! That is what … Continue reading

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Apologies or Accolades

It seems to me that hardest feedback to get from someone is either an apology or an accolade. This could be because generally we have not made an explicit agreement on how these are given and received. Recently my brother … Continue reading

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