Sometimes I have to talk about some of the less comfortable side of things in relation to business and life. Today’s subject is the concept of faith and to an extent religion. So before I go on I personally believe that people are completely free (conceptually, some environments are very restrictive) to choose and practice […]Read more "Too Hard an Act: Misunderstanding a Purpose"
Electronic components, machinery, tools, and all sorts of other things have expected standards that are required for them to be able to endure the rigors of the work or purpose they are designed for. Too much current through certain parts of technology will destroy that component, too much stress on a particular piece of a […]Read more "Necessary Levels of Resistance: Durability in Life"
We’re going to be talking about professional and private ethics today and their long term cost versus reward. I recently just finished a contract testing call centers and help desk employees and it oddly enough was one of the only jobs that came anywhere near compromising my professional and personal ethics. I had to call […]Read more "Fiscal Friday: The Cost of Maintaining Ethics"
There’s a saying from Sun Tzu that if you put your forces on “dead ground” there is no way they cannot succeed. This has been generally interpreted as putting your forces and really your self in a situation where the only viable option is success. It’s about being at the end of the rope, low […]Read more "The Will To Succeed And Knowing When To Do Something"
In a new series of blog posts I will be looking various archetypes and how they factor into life, business, and, to an extent, writing. So today we’re going to be looking at the archetype of a warlord, and how that factors into a given scenario. First off, what is an archetype? An archetype is […]Read more "Archetype Discussion: The Warlord"
This Management Monday we’ll look at capability in regards to its benefit to us and business as a whole, bringing in examples from games and other sources to give us a small look into its benefit. A capable individual is a desirable human resource in any team or business environment. Why? Because a capable individual, […]Read more "Capability: The Human Resource"
I really hate it when I get into a “mood”, it makes everything suck and definitely doesn’t help my productivity. But then I find something that interests me and my mood changes and the ideas start flowing. So while I try to revamp my resume (so it doesn’t look like the junk it is now) […]Read more "Environment Control: Scene Setting and Resource Management"