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Elon Musk and The Real Them

Elon Musk interview job candidate

Hiring people can definitely be a crapshoot. After all, people are putting on their best game faces when they are being interviewed because the stakes can be quite high since it involves people’s livelihoods and careers. With such large stakes many people will unsurprisingly go to great lengths to prepare for interviews and,

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A Race Against the Variant(s)

COVID Variants

When it comes to tracking Covid trends there are a few indicators to which I pay close attention. The first is hospitalizations as this is the variable that Governors are most closely watching (as well as ICU capacity) when it comes to implementing restrictions on businesses and personal behavior.

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Maximum Flexibility - Work from Anywhere

Maximum Flexiblity Work from Anywhere

The following chart shows that people are the most comfortable returning to work within a month or less as compared to other activities. The percentage is 65% so there is still a substantial minority who are still concerned about returning to their previous work environment. 

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Confucius Say Beware of Superspreader

Confucius Say Beware of Superspreader

With China having gotten a lot of heat for Covid-19 I thought I would end this post with advice that I think one of its great philosophers would have given had he been alive today. Confucius lived between 551-479 B.C. According to Wikipedia

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GO for it! Mastery and What it Takes to Become One

Segoe Kensaku GO Master Segoe

I subscribe to Kindle Unlimited. This allows me to access any book in Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited library provided that I don’t have more than 10 checked out at any one time. I honestly don’t know if it pays for itself because a lot of the books that I end up reading are quite inexpensive but what it does do is introduce me to books I would probably not have been aware of and results in me reading some I would never have considered purchasing.

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Say Yes to Life!

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I slept and dreamt that life was joy. 

I awoke and saw that life was duty. 

I worked—and behold, duty was joy.

-Rabindranath Tagore

“Life is not something,

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It's Time to Get Serious About Laughter

Gary Zoom Laughter

At the end of last week’s blog, I mentioned that I would be writing about laughter. I thought it was important to not stay on only one end of the spectrum despite these very turbulent times. A fascinating new interview with Bob Dylan came out last week and this caught my attention that I thought was very relevant to my pivot towards laughter for this blog.

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Wading into Turbulent Waters

Black Lives Matter equality for all

Turning and turning in the widening gyre   

The falcon cannot hear the falconer;

Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;

Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,

The blood-dimmed tide is loosed,

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Sabbathing in Place

Sabbath in Place

Our extended sheltering in place has naturally led to a lot of time to think and reflect. I’m a big mindset person which reminds me that I have a choice as to how I frame every situation. When I frame situations as challenges and opportunities versus insurmountable problems then I am much more energized and motivated to fight the good battle to come out the other side stronger and wiser.

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A Leap Over Normality - Our New Abnormal

COVID-19 Abnormal

Last week was a crazy week preparing for rent collections this week as well as going through in great detail the safety precautions we are taking to do our best to keep our employees and residents safe. That is why this blog is shorter than normal.

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