Daily Archives: April 17, 2015

SHARING 50 INSPIRING LANDSCAPES!!!

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THE TRUTH ABOUT REQUIREMENTS+

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Requirement: n. objectively needing an essential subset(s) to achieve a goal(s)

A requirement is something essential needed in a human or a task to achieve a goal(s) successfully. You may have subjective desires such as a tall human with blue eyes or a blue work area but these are usually not considered true requirements to get the job done or a goal(s) achieved.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT RANDOMNESS+

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Randomness: adv. a subset(s) existing (by chance and/or with minimum predictability)

Random behavior or actions are highly unpredictable and the time and place of that random action is frequently not known. Random behavior is frequently called chance behavior.

A card game may only seem like random behavior or very unpredictable but it’s not. The average sucker can’t predict what the next hand in a card game will be but you can if you cheat with a dishonest dealer or by having a sophisticated electronic device which keeps track of the cards in the deck and relays that information to you electronically to your ear. Yes, card shuffling is predictable and not really random behavior in the true sense of the word. You only can’t predict the cards position if you don’t have sufficient information or an adequate sensing device.

I predict that technology will soon make card playing obsolete and everyone will be able to predict the next card in a card game with an electronic device. That will take all the fun out of card playing and there will be fewer gambling suckers on the face of this precious endangered planet.

Air molecules colliding, certain accidents, and lottery wins are truer examples of random behavior or actions.

At the two unrealistic extremes there is the philosophy that life is mostly a question of luck and at the other extreme that life is determined by your personal actions and choices or that some guiding hand of God determines what will happen in your life. The truth is somewhere in between and life is really a combination of randomness and determinism and the humans who believe more in determinism are usually the most successful or prosperous ones.

The history of humans can be viewed as an attempt by humanity to exclude as much randomness from their lives as possible and replacing it with predictable events and as much certainty as possible. Trying to create order out of disorder is human destiny.

I also struggle against randomness and have devoted part of my life to excluding as much randomness out of language as possible with my logical definitions. It is my ultimate hope that excluding randomness from language will make for more deterministic logical behavior in humans in the long duration.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT VOLITION+

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Volition: n. willing and making a conscious choice(s) and/or decision(s) without prior and/or simultaneous external coercion and/or threat

 

When we impulsively react to a situation we are impulsively choosing or making a spontaneous decision. That is not what volition is. When we spend a transient amount of time before making a choice and/or decision and then consciously make a decision and/or choice then we are being volitional.

 

It is a little more complicated than that because if we are coerced and/or threatened before and/or during the decision making process then it is someone else trying to impose their volition on you.

 

Free will is really a desire to reach a goal(s) not affected by coercion and/or threat and not the decision making process itself which volition includes. So with volition there is a will and the actual process of making a conscious choice and/or decision.

 

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30 TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS!!!

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Make a time schedule or logbook of your daily activities for two weeks with minute details such as going to the rest room and texting or talking on the cell phone.

Grouping or characterizing the activities is the hard part. For a job schedule you may have categories such as supervisory duties, meetings, appointments, communications via cell phone or computer, routine tasks, infrequent or unexpected tasks, break time, customer time, cleanup time, planning time, waiting time, and even doing nothing time or killing time.

Becoming a more efficient worker is hard because you have to analyze each category and ask yourself. Should I spend less or more time on the category? How important is the category? Can the category be changed, improved, eliminated, or given to someone else? Can I take on more tasks or categories?

A parenting, managerial, technical, sales, and routine job are very different jobs and managing your time in each job category varies widely.

If you are stuck in a routine boring repetitive job then there is very frequently nothing much that you can do to improve it.

If you have a technical job then your primary means of improvement may be developing more technical skill either through learning or on the job training.

If your job is mostly managerial then you should concentrate on trying to improve on your emotional intelligence or communications skills.

If you are a parent trying to become a better one then sharing your experiences with other parents with children and getting feedback or reading parenting books may be a logical way to improve.

If you are in sales then there is a big difference in selling software or selling cars. For car sales

as speedy delivery, color, size, extras, and brand popularity are frequently more important than the actual functionality or details of the product. Salesmen have to come across as someone whom the customer can trust and establishing quick rapport or trust is a skill few humans have in abundance. Good sales humans have excellent human skills and can deal with all kinds of personality types rich or poor.

Planning ahead is very important in time management and looking over a schedule the night before or reviewing a schedule of things to do before the job starts is a very useful tool.

If you are forgetful then by all means write down your tasks or assignments and the deadline or when they are due and your approximation of about how long it will take.

Make a To Do List with things which have to be completed and update it daily and make it electronically available to your boss and coworkers so they know your workload and will hopefully not overload it.

Stay organized by clearing your work desk and computer of clutter or useless info. Organize everything so it is readily accessible when you need it.

 

Try to schedule important meetings or events early in the morning which is usually the time when you are working most efficiently or when you are at your best.

Try to fence humans out during your most productive hours. Do not disturb signs are the old way of doing this but you can block out times on your electronic schedule or be short and dismissive if you are interrupted.

Based on your time on the job you can come up with an approximation of the time it takes for you to handle unexpected delays or small rush tasks or communications. Set aside that extra hour or two for delays and you may not have to work overtime each time unexpected obligations arise during the day.

Cut back on your verbosity with family, coworkers, and even boss and stay on topic or subject and try not to diverge. Try to be as brief as possible and to the point in businesslike fashion.

Write down important information about a phone conversation if you are the forgetful kind and usually briefly talking over the phone is quicker than a memo to that human.

Meetings can be a big time waster if humans are not given the agenda ahead of time or if there is no agenda, if the meeting is not held in the morning but at the end of the day when most do not function efficiently, and if there is not a time limit placed on each agenda topic to encourage speedy resolution.

Protect your time from being hogged by others and simply standing up during an encounter can discourage idle conversation about irrelevant topics. Not having your desk chair face the door, having only one guest chair which needs pulling out, keeping your door shut or partially open can reduce interference times, and simply saying no I’m busy are all ways to discourage chit chat.

Learn to delegate authority if you are the manager.

You can greatly reduce procrastination or even eliminate it if you have a To Do List and actually follow it.

Don’t turn down jobs which seem to be outside your realm of expertise. It may be a test to see if you can do more and you may even get a promotion and pay raise out of it if you succeed and do it well.

If you feel insecure about an assignment because of lack of knowledge or experience then try to get that knowledge from coworkers or other sources before you attempt it.

Use free time during travel time to gain new knowledge, communicate with humans, prepare for the future, or just use the time to rewind or relax.

Take 5 or 10 minute breaks during the day to wind down or do some relaxing to avoid burnout.

At home save time by combining trips out of the house to more than one destination, organize your home, train your family to get accustomed to a normal routine which is relatively predictable, control your offspring access to the internet and TV, and try to live close to work.

Reward yourself with a tasty organic snack, herbal tea, organic fruit and/or vegetable juice, or a break after completing a task successfully. If it is not convenient then your favorite treat is acceptable.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT VISITING+

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Visit: v. to go and/or transmit information to a location to sense and use time with a human(s) and/or a subset(s)  temporarily

 

When you visit someone(s) and/or something(s) then you spend time usually in a location with someone(s) and/or something(s) and your senses are stimulated by the experience(s).

You can also visit someone with a computer and/or cellphone and communicate with them being stimulated in the process by the experience.

Want to save much time, energy, and money? Then visit someone via the internet. It is far more efficient and you will save much money for more important activities and/or goods and/or services.

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