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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Nov. 26, 2018
Compiled 26 Nov. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.
A. The Plan - What we think we know as of early morning Mon. Nov. 26.
1. On Sat. Nov. 24 the approval of Brexit by the EU marked the end of London's status as the financial capital of the world.
By Lila MacLellan November 22, 2018
The most satisfying, potentially life-changing books about management are inevitably those that are really about our wider culture. Whether at work, or at dinner parties, or home with our families, how do we behave around other people? And how are we complicit in what’s not working?
A perfect example of this kind of book is Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking and Not Telling (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2013) by Edward Schein, emeritus professor of management at MIT and a leading scholar of organizational psychology.
That you may not have heard of it may have something to do with one of Schein’s central observations: We’re inconsistent in what we say we value versus what the “artifacts” tell us.
Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Sunday 11-25-18
Xyz ZIM update: Ailing Robert Mugabe under medical care in Singapore, unable to walk: Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa
Tebow there goes our Zims
chattels Baghdad / Nina / The House of Representatives revealed the reason for postponing the vote on the judges candidates for the Federal Court of Cassation, without specifying another date to vote on them.
How To Stop Procrastinating
By Lila MacLellan January 15, 2018
To be human is to procrastinate.
Exceptions exist, but most of us can identify at least one area of our imperfect lives (whether it’s our health, home, work, or relationships), where, for no justifiable reason, we routinely delay doing that thing (or series of small thingys) that would improve the present moment or future.
Procrastination also appears to be as old as we are—academics have traced a history of philosophers grappling with the problem—so relying on a few hacks to deal with it seems naive.
People love hacks, but they’re really only handy for treating procrastination as a symptom, the way small nudges—like hiding the cookie jar—can help people stick to a diet, without, arguably, changing their fundamental relationship with food.
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - November 25, 2018
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)
Disruption is the Cabal's game while confusion is the Alliance's game.
Every geopolitical event that occurs is a coordinated plan to meet the conditions needed to bring a major economic transition.
One of these geopolitical events is Brexit.
After an agreement was made over Gibraltar yesterday, EU leaders have agreed to approve of Brexit.
How to Deal With Sudden Wealth Syndrome and Manage Newfound Riches
By Amy Livingston
A lot of people have fantasized about suddenly striking it rich. They imagine that a financial windfall – inheriting a fortune from a distant relative, collecting royalties for a best-selling novel, or even winning the lottery – would make all their dreams come true. They picture themselves traveling the world, lounging on beaches, sipping champagne under blue skies while palm trees wave in the breeze.
But when this dream of sudden wealth actually comes true, it often turns into a nightmare. Instead of feeling happy and carefree, people who get rich quickly tend to become stressed and anxious. Their relationships often suffer too, as the money creates distance between them and the people they were once close to.
Sometimes, the newly wealthy try to comfort themselves by going on a wild spending spree. Unfortunately, this often makes matters worse. If the money isn’t as limitless as they thought, their newfound wealth quickly disappears, leading to even more stress.
These problems are so common that psychologists have given them a name: “sudden wealth syndrome.”