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Time is an infinite boundary. The only force that can span time is love.

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Time is an infinite boundary. The only force that can span time is love.

Time has a limited intimacy with life, our conception starts the clock, and our urgency consumes the precious clock time, with the insistence to do all those things we feel we have to before time runs out.

A life’s experiment, take a moment to make a list of all those things we feel we have to do. Also, make the time to list all those things we want to do important to us. What you quickly discover, interesting enough, the second list is so much work more to create and so much shorter than the first list. To overcome the identified unbalances, I have a solution, and what we must do is capture in this solution the same force that can-span-time and establish a natural balance between the two important to-do-lists. The solution is representative in a series of steps.

The first step, understand that time is an infinite boundary. The boundary comes in humanity’s limit, because we are finite, the secret is to turn the finite into the infinite potential we all possess. Regardless to what you personally believe, in a higher power or chance, some powerful stuff has occurred to make us all living, walking, breathing, thinking, dreaming human beings, now focus on turning the finite into the infinite potential we all possess, dare to dream, dare to do it!

The second step, is time is love itself, the love to grow, the love to learn and the love to live in each moment as if it were inexhaustible. This step is a powerful force that gives us the strength to get out of bed in the morning, and the inspiration to balance our life. The only force that can span time is love, so the journey is never ending, as long as there is someone left to remember, and then life becomes the forever journey. The importance in step two is that to focus on the journey and you will find love.

You all know by now that my views tend to focus on the world, with rosy glasses, which bring us to the final step. Time management has high importance in the solution of this philosophy. All time is wondrous, precious moments that once exhausted they are gone forever. Time management maturing in positive thought makes all less than positive thought insignificant. Regardless of the situation, focus on the positive aspect, that expended energy is more powerful than any less than positive condition.

To recap:

Step 1: Understand that time is an infinite boundary; time will exist long after we do not, do not waste any time.

Step 2: Time is love itself, the love to grow, the love to learn and the love to live in each moment as if it were inexhaustible.

Step 3: Regardless of the situation, focus on the positive aspect, that expended energy is more powerful than any less than positive condition.


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Right People On The Bus Philosophy Is The Wrong Philosophy!

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Getting the “right people on the bus” philosophy is the wrong philosophy. How disappointing history is, business solutions to improving the United States manufacturing industry has not changed in a hundred years. Back in the early 1900s and 1800s the United States went through a similar economic downturn. The root cause was simple, we failed to keep up with technology, and we failed to preserve an educated workforce. We also have lost sight of the markets, combined with a lack of market aggressiveness; we began importing more than we exported which in turn created a devastating imbalance in trade. The historical research to support these statements is simple for anyone to conduct using Google or Yahoo. Therefore, the disappointment comes about from our lack of learning from our past lessons learned, it appears we wasted all this relevant knowledge and are reinventing the wrong wheel.

We have become so focused on getting the “right people on the bus” that we’ve destroyed morale. We as a society have created a negative bearing for employee integrity because the “right people on the bus” mind-set clearly means everyone is just a number. Getting the “right people on the bus” philosophy is the wrong philosophy, because most firms can’t afford to be getting rid of people to make room for the perceived right person. The people left behind become negatively affected by this practice. These people left behind subconsciously fail to thrive, always followed by a succession of updated resumes going out in all directions. Even the top performers now left with a feeling of despair; this is a natural human behavior that adversely affects employee loyalty and performance.

This means, having the “right people on the bus” is not enough: getting the people in the right seat is of greater importance. You can do this by building positive relationships, identifying and focusing on people’s strengths, and exploiting these strengths in a way that everyone wins, and everyone benefits!

“right people on the bus” from Collins, J. (2001). Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t. New York: HarperCollins.

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