Spontaneous Intelligence

bulletTo Develop the Skills of Professionals, Treat Yourself as Professionals
bulletAs Employer & Employee, I chose, from all the candidates, to hire myself to do jobs x,y,z.
bulletAs Client & Provider, I am my first client, I am giving myself rigorous feedback, and I have implemented systems so I know I am ready to work with or for other clients.
bulletAs Professor & Student, I learned from myself the things part of me, in the past, had already learned.
bulletAs Finance Minister & Lobbyists, I allocate resources among my constituent interest groups.
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned by Gardening
If you have the cognitive skills to grow a great garden, then you have the analytical, mathematical and interpersonal skills to grow a great business.  To develop business skills, study gardening, the Spontaneous Intelligence way.
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Accounting
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Love
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned through Sex
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Computer Science
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned by Dancing
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned through Music
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Medicine
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Engineering
bulletEverything I Need to Know I Learned in Home Ec / Family Studies
Home Economics courses are always perceived as 'bird' courses (for bird-brains), but when we teach our Home Ec course, prospective Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, CEOs and Prime Ministers clamber to get in because we apply skills developed in those professions to ordinary home activities, such that we see how specialized skills are inherently useful in our homes, how our home activities already contain the specialized skills we learn in professional schools, and how our homes are microcosms and case studies for the larger world.
bulletThe Language Project:
If our languages were based entirely on ecological gardening metaphors, everyone would be naturally ecological.  You are what you think.  Critical Thinking vs Positive Thinking & New Age mumbo-jumbo.  
bulletIntelligible Ecosystems, Intelligible Architecture.  Design so that by being in that space, one's mind develops cognitive processes which facilitate transferable skilled thinking.  Compare this to most architecture, which conceals its elements' functions and relationships.
bulletBook Synopses: Godel, Escher, Bach ; Art & Physics ; Quantum Psychology
bulletOur Brain/Jonathon's Brain - beyond a mind-map, and beyond PersonalBrain, this is a dynamic, interactive model complete with linguistic calculations (mathematical formulae matching linguistic concepts).  Our Brain attracts knowledge - Knowledge wants to be in Our Brain.  Guided by human volition, performed primarily by a bot (web robot), demand is automatically matched with supply, so knowledge flows into the Brain, is processed, and ramifications ensue.  Our Brain may be better than any encyclopedia, Internet Search Engine, or Knowledge Management system.  (Includes discussion of Gaia, Global Authority, and Monoculture.)  (see also www.wikipedia.org)

 

 

 

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