Social Media is busy at telling you, conveying messages on what you should or shouldn’t do. If you pick up on these repetitive patterns, these noises, the sway is most likely to influence you a tad.
Subtle subliminal messages are also broadcasted through Internet Radio. In itself, the platform does not generate these but the media that is streamed does. The same can be said for other social networks where energies knot upon concentration — Facebook, Twitter, and … elsewhere less populated and popular.
There is need for new prolific composers, and music virtuosi. The new world, and its generation on the journey will need these new nuances to re-calibrate, re-tune their misalignments, their fragmentations. All are in need of the realignment, of the healing especially when we transfer the wavelengths of the idea thereto the worlds of forms, the worlds of labels.
For musicians like Sergueï Rachmaninov, Chopin, Bach ad infinitum, it is not just the refinement of the vibrations in the spheres of consciousness, that translates from within the healing notes, so too how artists like Degas, Matisse and Vassily Kandinsky, translate their essence onto the canvas they bring to life.
How then is the signature formed, associated? Is it common or is it in its striking function, a masterpiece? How different is your story? What is the value of the refinement of that, that is needed to shift from within? Remember, the form is in the purpose of the story — what then is the purpose of the product, the service, the startup? Design the form, the function, the product, from around that.
The last breath is often the easiest to leave because everything else is already set in place. Consciously. How we create ought be in that state. If the mind is busy toying of everything but, then its best to set aside some time to concretise the dream. For a creation to be a masterpiece, it needs to be a living entity. It needs to breathe. It needs to transcend. To convey. So too the letters, the words, the paragraphs in a book.
One is transformed upon reading; moved upon listening; and revived upon tasting.
The same can be said about the end result of the masterpiece, how the chef d’œuvre is likely to recalibrate a person’s sensibility — the choice of canvas, the oils, the techniques, the cure, the value.
The foundation is necessary. Essential. The building blocks. You don’t get to see the end results without it — Start from, and with the end in mind. The dream ought be a treasure. Precious. The transposition of the idea is an extension of your frequency. It is what is translated into a chapter, a service or product for the masses, or the selective target.
Unlike a trinket or a faux brand one buys at the flea — Artificial Intelligence is insufficient.
The end is therein the delimitation of the present on-meeting the morrow, the beginning of the near future, which is seemingly not viable until it becomes circumstantial, consciously in the moment workable on the present infrastructure. The future is not mindless unless the past and present fail to encompass and understand its own nature and value — Bring forth then, from within the trove. How coercive you are at translating your frequency in the apparent world is how effective you are at comprehending your very nature of being whatever labels you embrace.
If you are human then the translation ought translate humaneness irrespective the product, service or startup.
One does not taste the sweetness of fish by adding sweeteners. One prepares the operandi, on how to lure the best by studying the depth and sweetness of the ocean it comes from. If its polluted, nothing great will beget from it.
Do the preparatory work — Planning is not about wishful thinking. Planning is not just about how to design an effectively functional product. It relates to its future. It relates to its continuance. It relates to the people involved, to the minds who think in keeping it simple and durable. It relates and is associated with the market it comes in contact with even twenty years from now, beyond the backyard.
I’m not thinking of plug and throw when I jot these notes. The more you throw, the more you need to figure how the throwing is not affecting the environment hundred years from today, even if its recyclable.
One needs a suitable piece of good land, to carve in a sizeable lake, to cultivate freshwater King Prawns without causing environmental disaster. The pellets or natural foods to plump it with sweetness in taste, the temperature of the waters, the vitamins etcetera need to be taken into consideration besides its hatchery, the nursery and distribution. All that takes time. Yes, you can do it in a blink of an eye, in the wishing well, but the working well, demands for time to be executed.
How one cares for a product is essential in its return to stakeholders, and the price it fetches in the local or exported markets. How different are your King Prawns? Do they taste like honey, butter or mud? The same goes for organic agriculture, your products or services; your new startup or creative endeavours.
- Leaders Make the Future: Ten New Leadership Skills for an Uncertain World by Robert Johansen
- Everything that Follows Is Different: The Disruptive Power of Insight by Gary Klein
- Dreaming the Future: Reimagining Civilization in the Age of Nature by Kenny Ausubel
- Disruptive Innovation in Chinese and Indian Businesses: The Strategic Implications for local entrepreneurs, and global incumbents; published by Peter Ping Li
- Building Global Biobrands: Taking Biotechnology to Market by Françoise Simon, and Philip Kotler
- Big Bang Disruption: Business Survival in the Age of Constant Innovation by Larry Downes, and Paul Nunes
- Innovation Strategy: Seven Keys to Creative Leadership and a Sustainable Business Model by Howard Rasheed Ph.D
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