This article is from INTUITION by Dr. R. Buckminister Fuller, pages 91 – 100.
Author: Andrew John Harrison Page 1 of 29
Are you working for the money or doing work you love? Work should be like play when you are doing work that you are good at! Then you can make all the money you want!
There was no significant difference in 12-month weight loss between the HLF (Healthy Low Fat0 and HLC (Healthy Low Carbohydrate) diets, and neither genotype pattern nor baseline insulin secretion was associated with the dietary effects on weight loss.
The takeaway? EAT REAL FOOD. The link to the research is > here
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Art and video by Jeremy Collins.
Before you take health, diet, and wellness advice from a country you may want to consider what they are marketing to you! Check out the below charts that outline how much sugar and fat people consume per day.
Fat is not the cause of obesity and diabetes, overconsumption of sugar and carbohydrates is!
Here is the fat consumption by country:
Many professionals resist the notion that they are in business, and prefer to think they are above selling themselves, their firms or their products and services.
A good example of this are the Universities, where intellectual professors are boring their students out of enrollment. Only when they realize that the students are their clients and responsible for their salaries and that education is big business will things change.
The professors that add value are entertaining, interesting, and passionately sell their subjects. The difference between the past and future is that these professors made the same amount of money in the past, and in the future, the ones who know how to sell, will be paid more money while their boring counterpart will become redundant and probably replaced by Automated Intelligence.
The truth is, we are all in business.
The dictionary defines business as a commercial activity involving the exchange of money for goods or services. By this definition, if you are receiving money in exchange for goods or services – then the activity you are engaged in is business.
As a professional, regardless of your title – you are not only in business – you are a business. If you are employed by an organization for which you work and you receive money in the form of a salary then you are a business.
Viewing your career or your work as a business will radically alter your point of view, the way you think about work, productivity, return on investment, your image and your income.
A person who is unique, interesting, and passionate about their personal contribution to any business, they are involved with, becomes increasingly irreplaceable and valuable to that business. A person who is mediocre, boring, and dispassionate, becomes increasingly replaceable and expensive to that business.
As a business, your goal is to maximize your return by seeking ways to get the maximum return from the minimum risk, time and effort. This means that you will see yourself as a tangible asset that has brand value, and a market value. What would you do differently if you thought of yourself as a brand? How would you increase your personal market value? What is your current image, and what are the different ways that you could upgrade your image to be more representative of what you want? How you become ever more unique, interesting and passionate?
The answer is in your ability to value the asset that you are and to feel good enough about yourself to invest in yourself, to develop both your personal and professional skills and to do this continually.
The story in this video serves as a very graphic reminder of how much sugar is hidden in our everyday foods. No, we are not talking about junk foods! There is so much sugar in our so-called healthy food that it isn’t healthy at all.
Damon Gameau embarks on a bold experiment to consume foods that are thought to be healthy, however, are loaded with sugar. See for yourself what happens.
Time to cut the sugar!
It’s time to bring back the joy of learning.
Consider how we learned as children. We touched everything, tasted everything, played with everything, asked questions about everything. All our senses were engaged in a process of discovering the world around us.