Tag: human nature
What people say and what they do
Today I’m motivated by an online conversation with a colleague to write this. In essence, he’s a successful financial trader by his own one method. Over the last few months, I’ve been sharing different methods, with a well declared intention not to change his. Over several months I basically getRead More
The Captain’s words in pictures
I’ve decided to create galleries for all my words in pictures and other pictures, starting with this one below. For those who will claim or assert IT incompetence, each of the pictures are clickable. After that left and right arrows on keyboard may be used to scroll through all pictures.
How people decide their needs
As usual this post is based on my personal and professional experience of people in situations. I don’t care what’s written out there on the net by some lot of gurus. Why? Because it is my experience given here!! I’ve read from the gurus already for over 25 years. AsRead More
Negative things are often avoided by lots of people. Everybody likes a nice positive story. But it’s strange though, how bad news sells more than good news. Talk to the media houses. So at least people say to themselves and others that they don’t like negative stuff, but they’re allRead More
Thought for tomorrow
“Sympathy may twist logic but it cannot alter the laws of logic and the laws of physics.” – Captain Walker (July 2015).
What if you were possessed?
What if one day you suddenly had an awakening that you weren’t the person you thought you are? Suppose that you found out that your thoughts and feelings were being controlled or manipulated from a source other than yourself? And that all these years you didn’t know about it? YouRead More
The more I look at and think about so-called ‘social media’ the more I come to some very different perspectives (in general – meaning exceptions excepted as you might expect). 1. Social media is more about prying on what other people are doing. 2. People comparing themselves with other people.Read More