TIME MANAGEMENT PARADOX- SMALL PIECE:
Time management without free will.
The degree and quality in which time is managed is as much a matter of luck as being born who we are. The recognition of time may be considered a personality to it’s own. While finding oneself in thought about how one may direct their attention next, the intent is susceptible to distraction unless such thought provokes an action leading to it’s certain repetition. A thought to set an alarm, if successfully accomplished, would be a form of communication with our future self. If unable to immediately set an alarm, and the thought becomes the need to set an alarm when able. The only two options are to somehow make a secondary note, or resort back to hoping you don’t fall prey to distraction. Whether reminded of a personal habit to adopt/change or otherwise, it is always a matter of luck as to whether any effects ever yield lasting results.
BASIC MARKETING TOPIC EXAMPLE:
Imagine if one could write a single sentence which penetrated a reader’s mind for 10 years after their reading it. Imagine every sentence ever read had a lifespan. A marketing rationale may suggest an idea’s longevity is dictated in proportion to its perceived degree of contrast. This relationship can be understood on a far more personal level as a battle of shock vs expectation.
MY TOPICS INCLUDE:
Content *=added depth
- *time management/planning to plan
- *free will/first thought/temporality/trauma
- limits of control= takes time to think through..
- *shock as memory
- computer programming to build brand
- personal notes/note taking
- *state dependent memory/multiple personalities
- *fear of death/waking up as future self
- *failure as trial and error/evolution
- failure of mindfulness
- failure of growth mindset
- failure of intelligence
- failure of relative or relational knowledge
- behavior/crystallin changes
- commitment devices luck and improvement
- *grading scale/iq/marketplace success
- stereotyping as security/navigation
- vagueness as general/specific
- *statistics as unifying measurement/set summation
- *paradoxes/thought experiments/philosophical thought models
- linguistic synthesis
- *limitation= highest number imaginable as competition
- internet freedom of information
- hacking, subverting status quo
- *Personal tradeoffs/fears/comforts/curiosities/human condition
- systems thinking/connection probing/mapping
- statistical linguistic analysis of article at the end and other unique fun
-Capacity to form habits & luck of "habit forming habit"
-Levels of shocking self and others for targeted recall
-Attitude at reminder intervals of, 1/2hr, 1hr, 2hr..
-plus a sea of notebooks full of material on listed problems and more
What the world’s available works may be currently missing. On the topic of free will and I am constantly realizing more of it's implications to personal development, time management, and most importantly, habits.
- time management/ lack of free will
- habits/ lack of free will
- personal development/ lack of free will
- behaviorism/ lack of free will
- sales&marketing/ lack of free will
- absurdities of mindfulness/ lack of free will
- innovation/ lack of free will
- death/ lack of free will
- products/ lack of free will
- and more/ lack of free will