Message to WordCamp Detroit
Okay, I’ve never been at a WordCamp but I am a weekly WPTavern listener. I feel plugged in even if I’m not really connected to other WordPress users.
Financial Service Industry Process Discussion
I’m a veteran of the processes used in the financial services industry, from payroll to pension. As I follow blockchain closely I see an opportunity to copy how WordPress has used open-source to further the democracy of publication and copy/paste for Blockchains future. That is, Blockchain must be in the public domain as open-source processes.
Today, financial service firms own the exchange of assets, but the democratization of asset exchange for consumers will happen when open-source does hit financial services.
Blockchain is Democratization of Asset Exchange
I’d be happy and eager to produce a short talk generating interest in pushing this idea into developer land. This moves asset exchange into the hands of individuals.
Future State Includes WP
I’d be offering how financial service organizations use processes and workflows today, how economics and currency underpin these transactions. Then, show one version of the future state of those flows under a democratized asset exchange world with WordPress developers in charge.
This discussion is necessary and a perfect fit for the ecosystem of WordPress. I’d love to do a talk at WordCamp Detroit.
There are many ways to think, and thinking has been around as long as us humans have been around. But, has our thinking improved? I’m seeing hope in watching teams who are dedicated to LEAN and improved thinking. These teams are using KATA as a method to learn to think scientifically, differently, unemotionally. KATA is how to learn scientific thinking.
Ways To Think
There are many ways to think. The range spans quiet reflection to the imagination and even letting our minds wander. But, if thinking is what humans are able to do, and if we see ourselves as enlightened why is there such acrimony on youtube? It appears to me that we are thinking less. The lack of conversation, and so much yelling, it appears, at least to me, emotions dominate our thinking.
Continue reading “LEAN; Scientific Thinking”
“Always-On” Helping Your Humanity?
Let me connect a collection of thoughts about Catholic, Lean, workplace violence, faith, respect for all people, economics, and the triple “P” I call it “Lean respects all humans@work”. It is related to this Wall Street Journal Article about “always on”. https://www.donwatza.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/How-to-Disconnect-From-‘Always-On’-Work-Culture-WSJ.pdf
This is a great article and ever so true about the differences between Americans and Europeans. A Belgium customer said to me, “Americans live to work and Europeans work to live,” this has stuck with me.
Continue reading “Lean Respects all Humans@Work”
Virtue Exhibited by the Youth
There was a lot of virtue exhibited by the young men in the video. By contrast, the Fake News is Destroying America with their telling of a fabricated story. This is the opposite of virtue, call it pure evil. Okay, is that too strong? But, if what they’re telling is a lie and they want to draw you in and make it attractive so you read it and believe it, and, they want you to find the emotion of hate to hate those students, isn’t that evil?
Gov. Lamm’s 2003 Prediction
There’s an old speech that has circulated around the internet for the last 15 years. It’s Gov. Lamm speaking about how to destroy America. He makes bold statements that we see come true in the terrible Media attack on Covington High School youth. Continue reading “Youth Exhibit Virtue At Lincoln Memorial”
I found this funny, .
Laughing is healthy and this made me laugh today. The laugh you get is worth the word he chooses to laugh at.
ISMO, “I Didn’t Know Shit.”
Things that are true are right in front of us, and the truth is something we should admit or see more often. I wonder if we could use humor to see the truth in our broken health system.
Article on the “Benefits of laughing”.
Physical health benefits of laughter
Boosts immunity, lowers stress, decreases pain, relaxes muscles, prevents heart disease.
Mental health benefits of laughter
adds joy, eases anxiety, improves mood, strengthens resilience.
Social benefits of laughter
Strengthens relationships, attracts others to us, enhances teamwork, helps defuse conflict, promotes group bonding.
Where can we find humor about what we pay for in our healthcare system?
Youtube link: https://youtu.be/QPTYc3L-ohg