Tag Archives: Tools

How to Work

Have an intent What problem are you trying to solve? What proves the problem is solved? Plan a series of tasks to reach that intent Consider what data will come from that approach Figure a way to visualize that data Make … Continue reading

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Fundamental Questions

This is a topic I hope to expand, so this will be more straw man than article. Fundamental questions are those which demand essential information. A fundamental question about a vacation, for instance is what do you want to do … Continue reading

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Intent versus Capability

Intent: noun, resolved or determined to do something. Capability: noun, having the tools and/or skills to do something. In tools,  I include time and space. These are requisites for getting something done. All the intent in the world without capability … Continue reading

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Personal Economy: Funding your choices

Your personal economy describes your assets and methods for growing them. Asset: (Noun); A useful or valuable thing, person, or quality. Note that this is a fairly broad definition. It includes money, obviously, but it also includes tools like wrenches … Continue reading

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