Tag: economics

The True Face of Socialism – Not Pretty

Let us discuss why socialists and socialism are so bad. What is it about socialism and communism that I despise? Let’s level-set and revisit a few definitions. Socialism: any of various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods (socialism, n.d.). Socialism: a […]

Beware of Self-Serving Bias

Self-serving bias is a cognitive or perceptual process distorted by the need to maintain and enhance self-esteem or the tendency to perceive oneself in an overly favorable manner. Unfortunately, it is all too common. Regarding Organizational leadership, it can be detrimental. From a leadership point of view, self-serving bias is when a person or organization […]

Market Crash and Global War?

Several have asked about the projection model and whether anything regarding the war and economic upheaval has changed since Trump was elected. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, and I am sorry to report that, unfortunately, everything is status quo. In fact, I venture to say that perhaps things are right on […]

History Doesn’t Repeat – But It Does Rhyme

I have been asked a few times about the Cycles that I repeatedly refer to, so I thought I would share with you what I’ve been looking at and toying around with since about 1999. Keep in mind that this is not perfect because it’s not a science – it’s more of an art (if […]

Let’s See How I Did With Projection

As some of you are already aware, in college, I developed something I ended up calling “The Three Rule Method.” This technique allows me to narrow down the best possible solution to a given problem, in the shortest period of time, with the greatest possibility of being correct. Eventually, I figured out how to apply […]