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The different types of work time: work from home, work from office, meetings, coffees, team lunch, company drinks, team offsite, company offsite. Some balance of all of them is optimal? Work from home is almost like having your own office. Sometimes you want to be in an open office, sometimes in a closed door office. With working from home and in t…
 
In this episode we discuss if the US democracy is on track to break. In short we think yes. We discuss a history of governance systems and possible things that could be done to change the course. Here are some of the things mentioned: Transforming Power Relationships: Leadership, Risk, and Hope: https://www.jstor.org/stable/43654046Stephen West and…
 
Some interesting resources: - Baby on Board: Understand Your Baby's Needs in the First Twelve Months by Howard Chilton- Love Is Biological Bribery. Evolution uses all its tricks to make sure we procreate. But love in humans is a many-splendored thing. BY BRIAN GALLAGHEROutcome = 1. Category of caring * 2. Length of caring- Categories of caring: con…
 
Listen to: Brené Brown Says You're Doing Feelings Wrong - https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/brene-brown-436Daniel Goleman's emotional intelligence framework:- Self-awareness – the ability to know one's emotions, strengths, weaknesses, drives, values and goals and recognize their impact on others while using gut feelings to guide decisions.…
 
Parenting Styles ≈ Management Styles- Neglectful, Permissive, Authoritarian, Authoritative and Helicopter.https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2022/2/12/management-styles-be-authoritative-not-permissive-or-helicopterPermissive = High care & Low boundariesNeglectful = Low care & Low boundariesAuthoritarian = Low care & High boundariesAuthoritative = Hi…
 
Attachment styles 1: Secure, Avoidant, Ambivalent, Disorganised. Attachment styles 2: Secure, Anxious, Dismissive, FearfulAttachment styles 3: Secure, Insecure, DysfunctionAttachment styles 4: Cool, Clingy, Stalker, LonerVariables that matter: - low vs high self esteem- low vs high trustContact us at info@cloudstreaks.com…
 
Joyce Newman - “Everyone can be charismatic. We are not born charismatic - we cultivate it in many ways. One way is by observing and learning from people who you think are charismatic. You don’t need to copy them, but learn their secrets, try them on and fine-tune them until they fit you. It’s a trial and error process. Bad news is that once you ha…
 
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” George Bernard ShawLeadership = 1. Vision for how to change the world + 2. Confidence + 3. Inspiring + 4. A source of challenge + 5. Confidence = Not knowing you are right,…
 
“There is no "I" in team but there is in win.” Jordan"A champion team will beat a team of champions." John McgrathOutcome = 1. Value of input + 2. How easy you are to work with + 3. Energising / draining for yourself and others.Jordan = Win at all costs. It’s not about life or death.Jordan = Win. Lasso = Belief.The best = 1. The most hours spent up…
 
Automaticity: The ability to perform a task by automatic processing, independent of conscious control and attention. Strong automaticity is almost entirely automatic and can be carried out without attention.“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” - Carl JungOne lens: - Unconscious incompetence…
 
The main article referred to is here: https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2021/8/7/conversation-outcome-1-mindset-2-messaging-3-message1. Positive Sum Conversation Mindset = 1.1 What did I learn? + 1.2 How does the other person feel? 2. Messaging = 2.1 Empathy * 2.2 Word choice * 2.3 Confidence3. Message = 3.1 Quality ideas + 3.2 Ideas put forward ‘l…
 
*So sorry, there is an echo in one of the recordings :(. Outcome = Message * Messaging. We've come to believe Messaging is more important than Message.Key questions to ask at the end of a conversation are 1. “What did I learn?” and 2. “How does the other person feel?”1. “What did I learn?” Taxonomy-L1: Why i’m right and defend anything others say a…
 
Biology vs Nature vs Self Authoring. Useful delusions. - Shankar VedantamThe difference between genius and insanity is success. Areas = 1. Biological programs you can’t change + 2. Subconscious programs you can change + 3. Micro things like tired and hungry + 4. Subconscious + 5. Listening to your subconscious + 6. Willpower. The mind is a great se…
 
Leadership taxonomy: - L-100: 'Leading' through intimidation: - L1: 'Leading through information'- L10: 'Leading through inspiration' 1. Vision * 2. Communication (done well) = 3. Inspiration Inspiration = Vision * Communication * Levelling up * Credibility build through progress * Presentation skillsInspiration = Problem solving ability * Progress…
 
Partner types: Relax partner, Party partner, Activity partner, Best friend partner, Laugh partner, Sex partner, Parent partner, Self actualisation partner, etcRelationship activities: 1. stop me from being bored or lonely2. entertainment / relax time3. shared interests / passions4. discussions with the purpose of learning. Eg talk about a article t…
 
One lens you can look at life as: a series of games. Most of the modern world is positive sum. But most of history was zero sum. Do we do a good job at knowing games can be positive sum? How to create positive sum games? How to be a positive sum game player? The best thing in life get better because you make them better. In some respects friendship…
 
One lens I have for life - there are three types of time: purpose (serious), play and peace (rest). In a normal week I try to do 5 days of Purpose, 1 day of Play and 1 day of Peace.Purpose: 1. Find a way to make the world better => 2. Take on responsibility to make change => 3. Get meaning / purpose => 4. Happiness [4th order happiness]Play: no res…
 
The seed article: - Coronavirus Responses Highlight How Humans Have Evolved to Dismiss Facts That Don’t Fit Their Worldview- https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/coronavirus-responses-highlight-how-humans-have-evolved-to-dismiss-facts-that-dont-fit-their-worldview/Matt Taibbi and his book Hate Inc's 10 rules: 1. THERE ARE ONLY TWO IDEAS2. THE…
 
Model summary: Level 1 (Pre-Conventional)- 1. Obedience and punishment orientation (How can I avoid punishment?)- 2. Self-interest orientation (What's in it for me?) (Paying for a benefit)Level 2 (Conventional)- 3. Interpersonal accord and conformity (Social norms)(The good boy/girl attitude)- 4. Authority and social-order maintaining orientation (…
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2020/01/sick-giant.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/12/political-disney-world.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.- "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." Maya Angelou- David McCandless & Stefanie…
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/10/idea-labs-echo-chambers.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.- Adam Robinson and The Knowledge Project - Winning at the great game: https://fs.blog/knowledge-project/adam-robinson-pt1/- The obstacle is the way - Ryan Holiday- Show me a good lo…
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/09/american-brain.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/09/american-brain.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Notes from episode: - Facts vs ideas. For facts there is a right or wrong. For ideas there isn't a right or wrong, t…
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/09/mute-button.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/09/enlightenment-kids.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/09/stories.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
We discuss https://waitbutwhy.com/2019/08/giants.htmlThis series is epic, currently James and I think we'll discuss every chapter as a podcast episode.Tim Urban is awesome. We are big big fans. We'd like to chat with you Tim! Contact us at info@cloudstreaks.comBy Cloud Streaks
 
Where does passion come from? You can create, grow and sustain passion!https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2019/8/10/where-does-passion-come-from-you-can-create-grow-and-sustain-passionMaking sense with Sam Harris - #91 - THE BIOLOGY OF GOOD AND EVILhttps://samharris.org/podcasts/the-biology-of-good-and-evil/Our Yearning for Immortality: Alan Lightma…
 
Duncan's blog: https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2019/6/23/emotional-health-is-experiencing-the-full-spectrum-of-emotions-in-a-healthy-way-not-only-feeling-positive-emotionsSchool of life:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Su5VtKeXU8&feature=em-uploademail“Sad people know what they are sad about, depressed people don’t.” Alain De BottonContact us at …
 
https://blog.stephsmith.io/how-to-be-great/ https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2017/08/04/charlie-munger-the-power-of-not-making-stupid-decisions.html- Perhaps “great’, is just “good”, but repeatable.- Charlie Munger: “"It is remarkable how much long-term advantage people like us have gotten by trying to be consistently not stupid, instead of trying to be ve…
 
The world happiness report link:http://worldhappiness.report/https://s3.amazonaws.com/happiness-report/2019/WHR19.pdfThe key variables in the happiness number: 1. GDP per capita2. Healthy Life Expectancy (HLE). Healthy life expectancies at birth are based on the data extracted from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Health Observatory dat…
 
Substance dependencies chart: https://images.app.goo.gl/TuXbREvttnqnzbiz6https://medium.com/s/story/if-connection-is-our-core-human-need-then-why-are-we-so-bad-at-it-a904ae486a48https://www.ted.com/talks/johann_hari_everything_you_think_you_know_about_addiction_is_wrong?referrer=playlist-new_thoughts_on_addiction#t-26178"Everything you know about a…
 
“Civilisation began the first time a person cast an angry word instead of a rock.”- The Pollyannish Assumption: https://stratechery.com/2017/the-pollyannish-assumption/- "The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prevents the government from making laws which respect an establishment of religion, prohibit the free exercise…
 
Article link: https://www.theschooloflife.com/thebookoflife/emotional-identity/The questions are: - Self-Love-- If people knew who I really was deep down, they’d be shocked.-- It can be embarrassing to ask where the bathroom is.-- I relationships, it can feel pretty disturbing when someone you like starts to like you back.-- I sometimes feel a bit …
 
The big 5 are: Openness. Conscientiousness. Extraversion. Agreeableness. Neuroticism.Mentioning: - The 'Dear HBR' podcast. - Aristotle’s golden mean/- Nelson Mandela's bio 'A long road to freedom.'- The book 'Don’t sweat the small things.'- Helpfully uncooperative. - Happily irritable - All models are wrong. Some are help. Contact us at info@clouds…
 
This chat was inspired by Philosophize This! by Stephen West and specifically the following episodes on The Frankfurt School:Episode 109 – The Frankfurt School pt. 1 – Introduction Episode 109 – The Frankfurt School pt. 2 – The Enlightenment Episode 110 – The Frankfurt School pt. 3 – The Culture Industry Episode 111 – The Frankfurt School pt. 4 – E…
 
This chat was inspired by Philosophize This! by Stephen West and specifically the following episodes on The Frankfurt School:Episode 109 – The Frankfurt School pt. 1 – Introduction Episode 109 – The Frankfurt School pt. 2 – The Enlightenment Episode 110 – The Frankfurt School pt. 3 – The Culture Industry Episode 111 – The Frankfurt School pt. 4 – E…
 
This chat was inspired by the "Robert Kegan's 'In Over Our Heads' ". Here is a summary of Kegan's framework:- Stage 1 — Impulsive mind (early childhood)- Stage 2 — Imperial mind (adolescence, 6% of adult population)- Stage 3 — Socialized mind (58% of the adult population)- Stage 4 — Self-Authoring mind (35% of the adult population)- Stage 5 — Self-…
 
This chat was inspired by Tim Minchin's 9 Lessons For Life. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoEezZD71sc&t=701s https://medium.com/speak-louder/9-lessons-on-life-from-tim-minchin-822ab14d92df Key quotes: - 1. You don’t have to dream- 2. Don’t seek happiness- 3. Remember, it’s all luck- 4. Exercise- 5. Be Hard on Your Opinions- 6. Be a teacher- 7. De…
 
This chat was inspired by Zat Rana's "The Simple Art of Not Being Miserable"https://medium.com/personal-growth/the-simple-art-of-not-being-miserable-b374f42bc318Key quotes: - “When they are hungry, they fast. When they are unoccupied, they meditate.”- “When someone seeks,” said Siddhartha, “then it easily happens that his eyes see only the thing th…
 
This chat was inspired by the "Jordan Peterson: Integrating Your Shadow Self (Jung)"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDQ8DiP_Y_AOne of the main research pieces the blog mentions is "Poverty Impedes Cognitive Function"We also touch on:- “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” Karl Jung- "…
 
This chat was inspired by the "Thinking about poverty and thinking" by Ollie Lovell. http://www.ollielovell.com/pedagogy/thinking-poverty-thinking/ One of the main research pieces the blog mentions is "Poverty Impedes Cognitive Function" https://clime.newark.rutgers.edu/sites/CLiME/files/mani_science_976.full_.pdf We also touch on: - The Obstacle I…
 
This chat was inspired by the "6 core Human Needs" by Tony Robbins. https://www.habitsforwellbeing.com/6-core-human-needs-by-anthony-robbins/The 6 needs are: - Certainty- Variety- Significance- Love and connection- Growth- ContributionWe also touch on:- "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service to others." Winston Churchill.…
 
This chat was inspired by the podcast "Philosophize This" - Stephen West. http://philosophizethis.org/Specifically discussing the Hellenistic Age and the four schools of: Epicurianism, Stoicism, Cynicism & Skepticism.We also touch on:- "Pain + Reflection = Progress" - Ray Dalio- Stoicism: Base happiness on things you can control and not on things y…
 
This chat was inspired by an artile from The New Yorker "Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds" - https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/02/27/why-facts-dont-change-our-mindsKey parts from the article for discussion: "Contrary to conventional wisdom we are not entirely rational beings, or, that we do not base our reasonings entirely on facts. Instead, …
 
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