Do not internalize the industrial model

Do not internalize the undustrial model.  You are not one of the myriad of interchangable pieces, but a unique human being, and if you’ve got something to say, say it, and think well of yourself while you’re learning to say it better.  ~ David Mamet

As I am starting to read LINCHPIN by Seth Godin I could not help but write what I found on page 6

Your own mental attitude is your real boss


Napoleon Hill's Thought For The Day

While your time and your labor may be subject to the demands of your employer and others, your mind is the one thing that cannot be controlled by anyone but you. The thoughts you think, your attitude toward your job, and what you are willing to give in exchange for the compensation you are paid are entirely up to you. It is up to you to determine whether you will be a slave to a negative attitude or the master of a positive one. Your attitude, your only master in life, is entirely within your control. When you control your attitude toward events, you control the eventual implication of those events.

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Julia Butterfly: “by standing for what is right we couse our world to come in that direction” – [VIDEO]

[0:55] – “… it is more important to stand for what is right, and by standing for what is right we couse our world to come in that direction, we manifest what we focus on, so the more we focus on what is wrong we shouldn’t be surprised we get more of it.  This does not mean -close you eyes and pretend like the devastation of the planet is not happening, that injustce against people is not happening- but rather that as we open our eyes and our hearts to what is wrong, we are standing for and cocreating what is right, that our energy goes into what is right …”

Julia Butterfly Hill is known for climbing a 1,000 year-old redwood tree in 1997 when she was 23 years old, and remaining there without touching the ground for two years, as part of a successful effort to call worldwide attention to the destruction of California’s ancient redwoods. Since then, she has addressed the U.N., lobbied Congress, and continued to stand on the front lines of environmental and social justice issues all over the world.

She is the author of The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods and One Makes the Difference: Inspiring Actions That Change Our World.

If you don’t know what you want from life, what do you think you will get?

Napoleon Hill's Thought For The Day

The great majority of people in the world drift through life, never realizing that their future will be the one they create for themselves. The minority who achieve great success are people who know what they want and have a plan for realizing their objectives. They know what they want and how they are going to get it. Your goals should be specific, they should be measurable, they should have a deadline for their achievement, and they should be divided into manageable pieces. Know exactly what you plan to achieve, when you plan to achieve it, and how. Review your progress regularly, correct your course when necessary, and never, never give up.

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Interview Matt Mullenweg: WordPress and Open Source

As you know Facebook owns all the content that gets posted, If you ever thought that creating your own social network is just imposible, think again.  The creators of WordPress have been implementing this (of course as Open Source), so what WordPress is for Blogs, BuddyPress is for Social Networks.

I agree with everything that the creator of WordPress Matt Mullenweg says on this video:

I’d like to know what you think, so please feel free to leave your comments on this post

Never tear down anything unless you are prepared to build something better in its place.

Napoleon Hill's Thought For The Day

This rule applies to both individuals and things. It's easy to criticize other people thoughtlessly for their shortcomings, and equally easy to find fault in their work or in situations that are not to your liking. It is far more difficult to be a builder of people and to create works of art, useful products, or profitable businesses. Make sure you are a builder, not a destroyer of people and things. When you criticize the actions or work of others-your children, your employees, or others for whom you are responsible-make sure your criticisms are positive and directed at the act, or the opportunity for improvement, not the individual. Include specific suggestions for their application and focus on the potential for success.

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