The other day I found out Oprah is not running for president. I mean, it wouldn't surprise me either way at this point. But, I really don't pay much attention to politics nowadays, mostly because of the pace. I can hardly wait for some TV that airs one episode per week. It's just... so slow. But politics become so important and relevant when it's history. Yeah current events ought to give you hints for your next moves but again, you have to be constantly on the watch out and scrape thousands of little articles to find the few really important ones. All news outlets flood you with useless information. Absolutely useless. And there is no algorithm that can help you fine-tune your focus. You have to know what you are looking for in the first place. Nobody is going to help you with Discovery.
I had... have a solution. But. Last night I was thinking... One big mistake people make is to reject the idea that you believe is wrong, trying to assimilate the population. It's anti-intuitive but, the different strata of people needs different education. Once you realize that you can "relate" to anybody. You just need to respect their differences and have different systems.
For example, the top strata don't need no morals. Morals are what binds the Middle strata, and security is what binds the lower one. They say "feed the masses and eat with the classes", that first applies to the lower strata. The Middle strata needs guidance. But the top one doesn't need you to tell them what to do, they don't need no instruction much less provision. You merely have to show them evidence and have them decide what to do. It's kind of like in a courtroom, except you can only show and not tell. Yes, lay everything out on the table, flatly and clearly, concisely and truthfully, and have those who have their own Will decide. It has to be the case.
I can't provide for people anyway. I've gotten the taste of managing people and giving them salaries, being the breadwinner of breadwinners, and I can't do it. It's not my thing. I'm going to have to do it again, but not in a way that plays on the number. I will never create > 100 jobs, I mean. That's not how I will make an impact. In fact .
No, you know, there is one thing I haven't figured out yet. I think it's a bit wild and honestly unrealistic.