Nice Post on Happiness and Wealth Creation and Success

Once you’ve found your happiness, all that other stuff is just scenery. from a post by Michael Parkatti title: Happiness, Not Wealth Creation, is the Sole Measure of Success here: I don’t know I feel that this might be true but with things like this the only way to really know is to experience these […]

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rePost: My Business Magazines Lied to Me

Excellent Article, We succumb to the startup itch because of the promise of getting rich but most of the time we fail to understand that (I got this from a Paul Graham essay) people who succeeded from their startups were paid on account of their productivity and output. I distinctly remember my aha moment when […]

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Interactional Expertise

More evidence of how crucial a choice our friends/seat mates/acquittance’s are to the decisions we can make. If this is true and my gut points me to the truth of this, we may be fast entering an age of great decision making. Why because usenet/googlegroups/yahoogroups or other conversational/ web 2.0 social interactivity interconnection technology is […]

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Living Long and Living Well

It seems that living long correlates well with living a worthwhile life. This is very comforting,. from ted here: What can people do right now to help extend their lives? There is no pill, as of yet. Diet, exercise and purpose are the three sure ways.

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Working Environment!

If you don’t have a great working environment quit, quit now! from NYT: In addition to being brilliant, Dr. Gray was an iconoclast. Speaker after speaker fondly told stories that reflected his disdain for bureaucracy and his independence. Shankar Sastry, dean of the college of engineering at UC Berkeley, noted that when organizers were planning […]

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