Archive for January, 2010

30 Power Words To Activate Intention Setting

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Setting new year resolutions appears to be passe amongst spiritually-aware personal development experts. More people are recommending using intentions or themes to guide our directions at the start of a new year. Since two years ago, I have also personally found it more helpful to be setting intentions rather than be engaged in traditional resolution […]

How to Keep The Balance Between Quality and Quantity

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

It is no secret that the quality of consumer merchandise has dropped significantly in recent decades. Products made today are not designed to last more than a season or two and are nearly always cheaper to replace than to repair. While it appears on the surface that this decline in quality is offset by the […]

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 […]

Instant Gratification-The Trap That Avoids Building Real Wealth

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010

Instant gratification is wanting everything now, and its converse is deferred gratification. Low impulse control provides short term satisfaction but causes long term chaos, imbalance, and personal failure, while high impulse control causes short term dissatisfaction but provides long term order, balance, and personal success. Here are some classic examples of how the impulse of […]