September 23, 2022

Creating, History, New Thoughts

Blue or Red? In today’s two-party system, we in the U.S. believe there is a right and a wrong way to govern. Depending on how you lean on the political spectrum, you think you have the correct answers. Or at least that is the media’s point of view. In reality, a published survey by The New Center policy

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September 16, 2022

Creative Business Ideas, History, New Thoughts

Learning and Doing Many of you who read my blog may know I have a consulting business. Currently, I support a company by the name of WITI, women in technology international. As a result, I work with the founder, Carolyn Leighton, and her son, David Leighton. They are a dynamic duo that created a movement to support and enhance

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September 9, 2022

fearlessness, Knowing, Learning

How does that Make you Feel?  Are you in control of your thoughts? Do you get hungry when you see an ad for pizza as you watch a hot gooey cheesy slice lifted out of the pie? How about when you see a political commercial and the message makes you feel angry or happy? Or

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September 2, 2022

History, Learning, Time Travel

That is Wilde Have you ever heard of the phrase, life imitating art? In his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying, Oscar Wilde put forward that “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life.” For example, if you have Apple+, you can access a series called, For All Mankind. The show tells a story of an alternate

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August 26, 2022

99.9%, Energy, Scientific

Good Student Over the past several months, I’ve been sharing stories of extraordinary people who have contributed to our understanding of the world around us. For example, I’ve reviewed Aristotle’s first written works and his thoughts that lead us into the modern age of quantum physics. I recently shared the story of William James, the “Father of American psychology”

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