Never a Waste

Skills. The ability to implement research, knowledge and education. Years after exposure it retains its ability to deliver dividends. In other words, it’s always good, but it’s not always beneficial. Two things decrease the long term value of skills. Skill Mongering. It is the overapplication of this principle. Since it is never a waste, logic […]

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Shifting Weight

Every stride we take involves the shifting of weight from the foot that gained new ground to the foot being propelled forward for the next step. The implication is that we have to let go of the previous foothold in order to move forward. Every step we take is a process of dying to the […]

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When two worlds collide

We see it all the time. It goes by many names. Xenophobia, sexism, ageism, racism are the consequences of two parties approaching an argument from their point of view. What makes this challenging is that both sides are right. We would love for our opponents to be completely wrong. In fact, we create a narrative […]

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Bailouts

This bone of contention has been picked clean many a time. Fundamentally though, we must clarify two critical axes. Is it necessary? Can it make enough money to fund itself perpetually?

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Clarifying Intention

We often assume we share a joint intention. This is likely the case. We all believe in the company, the vision, the social club or investment idea. Since we have common ground, it makes sense to engage. We soon realise the gaps between our seemingly ubiquitous intention. We all support the intent for different reasons. […]

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