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Follow the words of “Mr. Sensible.” First posted November 2, 2008. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Talking Heads Succumb To Group Thought

Over the past decade, we have made several trips to southern California to visit family.  One of the things that routinely stood out was the volume of home construction and the skyrocketing prices.  Anyone with a little bit of judgment could see that this “bubble”, like the technology bubble, had to burst – it was only a matter of time.  But, where were the experts?  The information was there.  The data was there.  Why weren’t the conditions for an economic crisis observable buy the “talking heads”?  Why was something so obvious to “Mr. Sensible”?

Armed with less information, antidotal at best, Mr. Sensible has learned to trust his intuitive instincts, making observations (and decisions) based on accumulated experiences that his mind is processing – just at a different level. Roy Rowan writes, “This feeling, this little whisper from deep inside your brain, may contain…

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Posted November 5, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

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