If you […]. Our guest on this episode is Jon from Minnesota. You […]. Our guest on this episode is Adin from Portland. We chat with our first guest, Martin Darlington, who has condensed the book down into a witty poem — and improved it tremendously in the process. If you know […]. The last episode taken from the book and the one where we get to the final message.
If you know how to manually subscribe to a podcast, use this […].
Who — or what — are you? On this episode we discuss chapter two of the book — the illusion of time. You might think of time as an arrow, where your past is gone forever and your future is yet to be written. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Three Illusions , please sign up. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Sep 25, Blessing Makwera rated it it was amazing. This book is great. It's obviously not a one read fix all book but for those who read with an open mind the information is well written.
The author explains freewill on a whole new level I've never heard before. If you're looking for a "feel good read" then I advice you skip this one, but if you like facts and opinions even ones you probably won't agree with, this is the guy for you.
Wisdom Works Wisdom Works | 3 Illusions Preventing Wellbeing
Jan 02, Adin rated it it was amazing. I loved it! Very straightforward presentation of non-duality Advaita using examples from science. Put them in their room at home. So we can control what they are doing and where they are. Obviously this can't last forever and soon they are "released" from their room. This situation has played out over and over with corporate technology departments.
Technology was outsourced and there was an issue, or a cloud service didn't deliver.
The saying with great power comes great responsibility is in full effect here. Controlling technology does not mean it will work better. It means that your business RISK has been increased for no reason. Coca-Cola doesn't control the majority of it's bottling operations , why do you need to control your technology?
The Three Illusions
Oversight is important, control is not. Control is often a justification for more staff to "handle" everything, which is not more cost-effective than outsourcing. This is the number one illusion brought up by executives that have not experienced what a properly managed and supported technology stack is like.
They are comparing how fast Bob can run over to a desk and "fix it", versus someone having to come onsite from another location. This is completely the wrong approach.
The approach needs to be on ensuring that it doesn't break in the first place. If the goal is to be proactive and eliminate onsite deskside visits, then that will happen. Instead the local onsite resource becomes a crutch everyone uses to resolve the same issue over and over without a root cause being determined.
- Notions of Cultural and Linguistic Imperialism in English Language Training (Curent issues in English Language Learning and Teaching.).
- The Girl Prince and Her Princess!
- Navigation menu!