Category Archives: Philosophy

As a red blooded American Capitalist why read Karl Marx?

So some of you may be asking yourself why I have read Marx and why am I even willing to go see his statue while I’m in town in Berlin, the answer is simple: “Know thy self, know thy enemy. … Continue reading

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Wisdom is Real and Meaningful

Back in College, a humanities professor I had, postulated that Wisdom is meaningless, and there is an assumption that just because someone is older they are wise and someone who is younger and educated via the modern western education system … Continue reading

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Recipe for Success Pie

This month I finished up my 2012 Year-End Reviews for my Employees. Looking back on the process and my individual conversations with my employees, I came up with a “Recipe for Success” Pie Chart. I’m thinking about using it for … Continue reading

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Education verses Experience

As a hiring manager, I am often faced with the question of Education verses Experience. This extends beyond hiring experienced candidates, to entry level candidates as well. A usual rule of thumb for experienced hires is that 5 solid years … Continue reading

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Yoga Nidra and the Fountain of Knowledge…

Today, I completed my first session of Yoga Nidra. I actually meditate a lot over the years, but I have never studied or tried any Yoga based meditation techniques. The first time I meditated was in the 7th or 8th … Continue reading

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Intelligent Self-Aware Machines and the Human Race

Today, Wednesday, June 4, 2003, I watched the DVD The AniMatrix. It’s nine short Anime films about the world of The Matrix from the brothers, Larry and Andy Wachowski, the writers and directors of the Matrix. Watching the second and … Continue reading

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