Is Our Monetary System Near A Singularity?

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Singularity is described as the point when otherwise continuous mathematical progression becomes infinite. This would indicate that all continuous extrapolation breaks down beyond this point. Some feel that technology could become so productive that a singularity or period of extremely rapid growth could occur.

Singularity indicates that technical advances have interfered with economic growth. There is speculation that economic growth rates could exceed current understanding. Dr. Hanson, an economist at George Mason University, views two periods of steady economic growth based on the invention of agriculture and the Industrial Revolution. Dr. Hanson feels that another period of singularity will appear in 2075.

Anything Is Possible If You Dare To Ask

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

Good things come to those who ask!Asking for what you need is probably the most underutilized tool for people. And yet, amazing requests have been granted to people simply because they’ve asked for it!

Whether its money, information, support, assistance, or time, most people are afraid to ask for what they need in order to make their dreams come true.

They might be afraid of looking needy, ignorant, helpless, or even greedy. More than likely though, it is the fear of rejection that is holding them back. Even though they are afraid to hear the word no, they’re already saying it to themselves by not asking!

Do you ask for what you want or are you afraid of rejection?

A Time of Great Permission

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Jobs are hard to come by, layoffs have been slower but still prevalent, industries are shrinking and disappearing and all that we have has lost a lot of its value. It’s been called a recession, it’s teetered on a depression, but what has failed to be mentioned is that it’s also a time a time of great permission.

When the rules change and the status quo is gravely interrupted, it is actually a time of great opportunity for those that are not too terrified (or paralyzed) to act on it. If we give ourselves permission to follow our own hearts and inner road maps instead of waiting for a new status quo to take root, we are looking at making new rules and shattering preconceptions about what can and can not be accomplished.

Give Me The Earth Plus 5% – Part I

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

The story you are about to read is, of course, fiction. But if you found it to be disturbingly close to the truth and would like to know who Fabian was in real life, a good starting point is a study on the activities of the English goldsmiths in the 16th & 17th centuries.

The Beginning…fabian1

Fabian was excited as he once more rehearsed his speech for the crowd certain to turn up tomorrow. He had always wanted prestige and power and now his dreams were going to come true.

He was a craftsman working with silver and gold, making jewelry and ornaments, but he became dissatisfied with working for a living. He needed excitement, a challenge, and now his plan was ready to begin.