Collaboration is the fuel of modern work. Technology has allowed us to increase to almost gargantuan proportioms what one person can achieve. This has put companies and teams on some sort of conundrum, why exist when one man can do everything ypur company does?
The companies who will survive this transformation must either be part of an industry that is resistant to the new normal either by virtue of the nature of their business or engage in a value proposition that far exceeds the individual’s.
I deem this exponential output. Companies must strive for synchronicities and other positive feedback mechanism that justify their existence in a one man company world.
I have this folder in my hard drive called favorites its nearly 500 GB of anime, movies, podcast, and tv series.
The advent of reliable streaming have practically ended increasong that hoard.
The unifying idea of that collection is that any one of those things energize me. Hajime no Ippo, one piece, the west wing, groundhog day. These things remind me of the best of me. Strangely these things help push me forward.
Like everyone trying to get beyond their comfort zones impostor syndrome is bound to set in. I am lucky that slowly the world has shown me that ordinary people do extraordinary things. All it takes is a decent bit of smarts, the will to do it, some preparations, and a wee bit of luck.
I was watching the Dr Who episode with Vincent Van Gogh my favorite painter. Life is supposed to beat us down, force its will upon us, and drive us into submission, but we can refuse, we must refuse.
The very kind person who takes care of felicity is almost deaf. She can jear you but you need to practically shout and be at the correct position. My wife has been taking her to the doctor the past two weeks and apparently she needs hearing aids. Didn’t realize hearing aids were so expensive. The supposedly discounted price for the hearing aids necessary for someone with such severe hearing loss is about 60k for a pair. I offered to pay for one but it seems that both her ears were equally impaired and it was very confusing for her to only use one. She decided to just try to save up for one piece while the other earpiece will be our gift to her from our family for all the love and care she has showered upon felicity.
I was fucking mad while researching about hearing aids. Apparently only 10% of needa are manufactured yearly. This is fucking un acceptable. PhilHelath really should cover this for the same reason it covers cataract surgery. There is a quality of life issue here. A social calculus that really makes not covering this stupid.
Also, why is this market not being filled? What is the reason that we can’t help more people? Is the science/engineering of hearing aids really that far off from the science of earpods and phone speakers so much so that we cannot leverage the mobile phone supply chain to do a much much cheaper better hearing aid?
Musings of a tired mind in a just ended day.
Wasn’t supposed to go to a meeting. Had another meeting scheduled. But something in my gut , an instinct told me I had to go.
My gut did not fail me.
Had to diffuse a situation that we were to blame.
The question remaina how can one train for street smarts? Diskarte?
I confess that I am lacking in this primarily because of reps/experience. I am too easy to please, too accepting, extremely adaptable, too contemplative, too bookish. All of these things conspiring to minimize the need for diskarte and street smarts.
Before one can teach one must first learn, and not only learn but learn well.
I think I have to gamify this. I have to put myself in non life threatening situations where I can exercise and learn street smarts.
I am still pondering this.
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Been viewing a lot of Vinod Koshla interviews lately. I’ve been thinking about one of his talking points.
World changing happens in the margins.
Thinking about it more I think that we Filipino technology people should reframe our thinking. We are in the margins. This is where innovations happen. If you are not innovating the problem is not government support, funding, infrastructure and the like. It is us, our attitude, our lack of perseverance, the never take no for an answer mindset that we are missing.
Same principle on why DAP is not criminal.
What they lost on was that (ironically) there had never been a 3rd Amendment Case before. Because of that the government had no way of knowing, for sure, that their actions were indeed illegal. Therefore the defendants were covered by a qualified immunity unless they knowingly acted illegally; and in the absence of previous precedents on this issue, the standard of “knowing illegality” was not met.
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