Creativity by Usman Paracha
... Computers can not make the human minds better. Now close your eyes for five minutes and think as written below: You are on a most beautiful hill with grass everywhere and flowers of romantic pink colors spread here and there. You are walking on a concrete path. It starts raining. You are feeling the drops of rain on your head, your face, your whole body. And you are talking with someone you love the most i.e., you are on a romantic getaway. It is sure that after thinking this you are ...
Human Buy In and Complexity Issues in Decision Matrix Software by Lance Winslow
... If the average intellectually endowed human mind can make decisions relatively easy up to 13 actions of criteria, as the human mind seems to do fine up until that number, will human commanders choose their own minds over the answers coming from a computer? Will the Human Being check their hunches against the decision matrix calculator? Will the human enabled commander with such a system perform and work with the artificial intelligent system to compliment his or her ability or inherently ...
Achieving an Ambidextrous Mindset by C. Bailey-Lloyd
... Not only do we enable ourselves to exhibit and maintain peak human analytical performance, we are also allowing ourselves to receive our atmospheric conditions or situations with an open mind; which concurrently brings about resolve or ideas regarding those conditions or situations. Reflective thinking, NLP, Human Consciousness Studies, empowerment training and meditation are all superb tools to achieving an ambidextrous mindset; also known as whole brain thinking.
Explode Your World With Possibilities by Saleem Rana
... Once you start to stimulate your mind, it will respond. The reason why all our problems appear overwhelming and unsolvable is because of a massive conspiracy, since the beginning of recorded history, to suppress intelligence. In the 20th century, we have invented more things than the entire history of the human race. How? It is because as a species, we have allowed more intelligent people to have a say in what is going on in the world. The industrial revolution created a demand for more ...
Future Shock - and Network Marketing Distributors by Nili Raam
... • The appearance of the "Homo Sapience" - 500,000 years ago • Start of agriculture – 10,000 years ago • Invention of writing and the wheel – 5,500 years ago • Creation of "City-state" in Greece – 3,200 years ago • Invention of print – 1436• Start of the industrial revolution - 1750• Invention of the car– 1769 • Invention of Telephone – 1870 • First "flying machines" – 1903 • Introduction of television – 1925 • Personal computer – 1975 • Mobile phone – 1985 • The Internet – 1990 ...
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... * HealthRegardless of how logical we believe we are, the brain is a physical organ greatly influenced by human health. If we are sick or in distress (perhaps due to the death of a loved one, a pending divorce, financial problems, etc.), it is difficult to focus on our work. The manager should monitor worker mental/physical health and take corrective action. For example, if someone is sick, get them to a doctor so they can begin to mend and become productive again.
Buying New Car Blues by Ken Jacobsen
... You wander on inside to “give your offer”…your two kids and spouse are being as patient as any humans could possibly be…giving you a quick glance every time and again to ensure that you have not “lost your patience yet”. You sit down in the booth…no calculator…no computers…no TV to pacify the kids…no newspaper…no nothing…and “Gus” begins asking your life story. Name, Rank and Serial Number please. 87 references…. “And no…we will never call them…it's just for the bank” is his reply.
Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... Remember, long life depends on seven factors: genetic inheritance (good genes give you a good head start), physical fitness, mental fitness (exercising your mind), emotional fitness (meaningful lives last longer), spiritual fitness (interpreting the purpose of life), food fitness (healthy nutrition and diet) and environmental fitness (limiting our exposure to toxic chemicals). Remember, the key to a long and healthy life is more than smart genes and dumb luck.