Law Student passionate about improving myself.
Nov 11, 2020
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It is an important characteristic to have not only in ourselves but should also be encouraged within our teams and the entire organization in order to stay ahead of the times and prevent obsolescence.
For many organizations to stay afloat they need to think and act adaptively to their surroundings and digital stages.
Introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, archetypes represent universal patterns and visuals that form the collective unconsciousness.
He identified four main archetypes: The Persona, The Shadow, The Animus, and The Self. These archetypes are not inferred directly, but by looking at religion, dreams, literature and art. The archetypes suggested by Carl Jung are universal, hereditary and play a significant role in our personality.
Astronomy is at loggerheads with astrology when it comes to Mercury Retrograde, in which Mercury, the planet associated with communication, appears to move backwards and seemingly causes chaos, tension, missed flights, crashed computers and lost phones!
Spring cleaning is a thoughtful, slow process to declutter where we slowly consider each knick-knack and decide what to do with those old tee shirts, magazines, refrigerator finds, and stuff lying around the house.
There is a much faster process, where we take a big bag and fill it with things that simply annoy us. This Annoying Bag would digest the stuff we don’t know what to do with, or simply don’t like now.
From a legal perspective, dishonesty is the idea of cost-benefit analysis. When people think about being dishonest, they wonder what can be gained or what can be lost. If the cost of lying is too high, they are not going to be dishonest.
Procrastination and running to distractions.
Social media, messaging & online reading.
TV & watching videos.
Porn & sex.
Comfort foods, shopping, other comforts.
Ambitious professionals often spend much time thinking about strategies that will enable them to reach greater levels of success. But, despite their accomplishments, they still lack a true sense of professional fulfillment and are often deeply frustrated with their careers.
The question to ask is not how to reach the top, but rather to take a personal look at how you define success, and then finding your path to get there.
The origin of the word ‘podcast’ was in a 2004 column in The Guardian by Ben Hammersley.
He made up a sentence mentioning podcasting while delving into a possible name for the new audio distribution technology. It was a mashup of the Apple iPod, which was the in thing at that time, and broadcasting.
There is a famous saying that translates: "One jumps into the fray and then figures it out."
Usually, some version of this strategy is that people don't take the time to spot their landing, nor do they think about what they're jumping off.