Monthly Archives: June 2016

Allowing Vs Accept

This is probably the most complex thought that I have ever had, that is, being able to see the difference between allowing and accepting something. What is the difference you may ask? Well to allow something or someone does  not … Continue reading

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Courtship & Royal Tennis

Here is a bit of fun. I would like to draw reference to the analogy of the invention of tennis for the English court (the palace of a king or queen) and how we pursue our mate in our mating … Continue reading

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Licensed to Thrill! How an Insurance Startup Became Licensed in 50 States.

While thinking of some titles for this article the first one that came to mind was: Walking with dinosaurs. I know that it’s a bit rude to refer to the insurance industry as being older than the St… Source: Licensed … Continue reading

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Up to Two

The saying “up to you” seems to be a common phrase in certain societies. It is a curious saying for me as when one is in a relationship or partnership with someone else it is mostly up to two not … Continue reading

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Love Singularity

A singularity is so called, as defined by Elon Musk, that “when formed the outcome is potentially so powerful that the resulting effect is unpredictable”. Could “love” be a singularity and be as simple as having a similar level of understanding … Continue reading

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Cynic or Sucker

Cynic or sucker… but sure as hell we are not going to get it perfect, so it’s our choice. I would probably class myself as a cynic, erring on the cautious, but I  can be a sucker for some things like … Continue reading

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Chain of Command 

A simple method to reducing anger is to be prepared and consider going higher in the chain of command. So, if one has a dispute with some service provider then simply let them know and if it is not satisfactorily … Continue reading

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