. . . . is that employers will pay you as little as they can. The problem with wage equality, doesn’t lie with employees but with employers. At the recommendation of a friend I have been reviewing some of Jordan Peterson’s works and found one topic particularly interesting, the issue of wage equality. One of… Continue reading the problem with wage equality . . . .
One of my many concerns for future generations is the future of public parks. Firstly, I firmly believe that shared spaces where all can partake in nature is a right that must continue to be elevated and supported by all levels of government and the public. Secondly, I believe that governments have an obligation to… Continue reading parks
I am not a big fan of growing old. I mean, I like the part about acquiring memories and knowledge and developing wisdom but the part about my moving parts having issues from aging, that part I do not like.
We have for a long time had The National Enquirers and “Professional” Wrestlers and those persons that believed that their fiction was real. Currently though this game to attract readers/viewers and therefore advertising revenue is beginning to emerge as a absolute chaos of capitalism. Everywhere you turn there are links to content that looks “real”… Continue reading fact or fiction
Over 5 years ago I predicted that Facebook would be gone in 5 years. It turns out that I was wrong. At the time I had looked at Facebook and saw that the features and content were so juvenile that it couldn’t possibly survive in the long run. Just looking at the name and the… Continue reading Predicting the demise of Facebook
or maybe you don’t like borrowing either?
I think perhaps the greatest lesson I will learn in my life is the expansive disruptive power of the label. I have never liked labels, not since I was a small child. I was labeled with many negative labels as a child and I am hopeful that some of those types of labels are reducing… Continue reading labels
On a recent trip to Florida I experienced a lot of wasted time with travel and running errands. Twice I lost time due to poor traffic planning and or long line ups. I watched around as everyone just seemed to accept that they will not get to use their own time wisely.
I see the world as a division of life split into categories of entertainment, health/wellness, income sources, family/friends, social/community and our extra. Each person’s life is a collection of these categories but what separates us apart from each other is where we choose to apply our extra time, money and passion. Throughout our lives the… Continue reading extra
One of my favourite thing about following bloggers is when they pass along one of their own learning moments and share a new concept with us. Reading Patrick Rhone’s web site The Random Post I discovered another Gem that he found. He point’s us to Derek Sivers’ concept of “possible futures” where you create a… Continue reading possible futures