Mind Series 2/7 | What Is the Quality of a Lucky Person?: Understanding Two Powerful Aspects of Thought

  "In a study by the author with Dr. Alexander Graham Bell and Dr. Elmer R. Gates, it was concluded that every human brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for the vibration of thought. Through the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the basic principle of radio … Continue reading Mind Series 2/7 | What Is the Quality of a Lucky Person?: Understanding Two Powerful Aspects of Thought

Mind Series [Prologue/7] | Wealth, Health and Success: Working on Our Inner World Is the Starting Point

"What you are, so is your world. Everything in the universe is resolved into your own inward experience. It matters little what is without, for it is all a reflection of your own state of consciousness. It matters everything what you are within, for everything without will be mirrored and colored accordingly." - The World … Continue reading Mind Series [Prologue/7] | Wealth, Health and Success: Working on Our Inner World Is the Starting Point

My article is featured! Thank you! (again)

Dear awesome readers and leaders! Yes, it's a small joy, but I can't help but sharing with you. My article: "Give me problems, not answers" was featured on Paper.li as of September 30th. As my aim is nothing more than contributing to readers and like-minded souls, the simple fact that my¬†humble writing¬†can reach more audience … Continue reading My article is featured! Thank you! (again)

Weaving Webs | Give Me Problems, Not Answers

"In the investment world, you can only make money if you think different from everyone else. Bridgewater has prevented groupthink by inviting dissenting opinions from every employee in the company. When employees share independent viewpoints instead of conforming to the majority, there's a much higher chance that Bridgewater will make investment decisions no one else … Continue reading Weaving Webs | Give Me Problems, Not Answers

MORE THAN YOU KNOW – Finding Financial Wisdom In Unconventional Places

"When a system has low complexity and we can define interactions linearly, reductionism is very useful. Many engineered systems fit this bill. A skilled artisan can take apart your wristwatch, study the components, and have a complete understanding of how the system works. Such systems also lend themselves to centralized decision making. Many companies in … Continue reading MORE THAN YOU KNOW – Finding Financial Wisdom In Unconventional Places