A Day In The Garden

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This is the first year I was able to plant an inground garden!

My gardening experience began when I lived in rental properties and resorted to learning with container gardening.

It was fun and I grew some good greens to eat along with a few tomatoes and peppers, but nothing super fantastic.

Fast forward about 5+ years and now I have a place of my own where I can put down some roots.

Plant roots that is.

Here is a picture of us getting the project started with some


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Long story short I planted some green, tomatoes, peppers (of various heats), squash and a few marigolds for color.


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Ultimately, from these most recent photos, you can see my garden has grown, but the progress has been slow due to the amount of sun it gets.

I will keep this one going through the seasons this year, but next year I am going to move it so it is in an area that gets even more sun so it can grow much more next go round!


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“So Father give me faith, providence and grace”

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It is the ruining mistake of thousands that they over-value the wealth of this world and look on it as precious substance. – Matthew Henry


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What do you value?

What is it when you wake up that you think of first?

What is always on your mind?

What do you care about most?

For me, for most my life, the answer was money.

Usually, it wasn’t a positive relationship with money either.

It wasn’t that I had tons of money, or even had an amount that was significant.

It was a concern of how to get more money, who do I owe money to, what will I do if I don’t have enough money?

It wasn’t until this last few years that that even began to change.

And the change is not complete.


 

Consider The Ravens – Dustin Kensrue

I’ve got bills to pay, tax man on my tail
Just keep prayin’ that the check’s in the mail
There are times it seems every thing’s lost
And I’m moaning, I’m tossed and I see

Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Between oblivion and places I’m there
So Father give me faith, providence and grace
Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Sweet deliver, oh You lift up my head
And lead me in Your way

I’ve grown sick and tired of trying to stand still
Time to let the wind pull me where it will
Throw myself into the will of the wait
I can never be great ’til we’re free

Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Between oblivion and places I’m there
So Father give me faith, providence and grace
Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Sweet deliver, oh You lift up my head
And lead me in Your way

Although I’m walking through the valley of the shadow of death
Evil’s all around, it’s coming from the right and the left
Trust that I will see the glory above
Oh, Your banner of love flies over me

Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Between oblivion and places I’m there
So Father give me faith, providence and grace
Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Sweet deliver, oh You lift up my head
And lead me in Your way

Between the river and the ravens I’m fit
Sweet deliver, oh You lift up my head
And lead me in Your way


In times of trouble it is easy to go back to what I used to believe and do, instead of sticking to the lessons that I’ve learned and the changes that I’ve made.

So how do I keep these changes and keep the progress?

How do I lock in the gains, so to speak?

Well some things, once changed, do not easily go back.

My heart is not what it once was and so I desire different things than I once did.

And so my actions will be different than they once were.

“When the righteous cry for help, the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles.”


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For What It’s Worth

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Those are truly valuable, and shall be valued, who value themselves more by their virtue and piety than by their worldly wealth and dignity. – Matthew Henry


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Making money ain’t easy, but it’s necessary…

I have done all sorts (of legal) things to make a buck.

I have drove for Lyft, sold things online, wrote my heart out on steemit, raked leafs, painted houses, worked dead end jobs and much much more.

The point isn’t for you to feel sorry for me, not that you did.

It is to say, that to the detriment of my bank account, I find that often times I “value [myself] more by [my] virtue and piety (or at least what little I can muster) than by [my] worldly wealth and dignity.”

The thing is I am an “armchair” philospher.

More of a deep thinker, if you will.

And as such, I often overthink things and/or care more about reasons why than dollar signs.

Which is funny because I got an MBA in Finance.

Why?

I have to admit, I love to learn.

And often I tend to gravitate towards learn about things that I am not good at in order to get better at them.

Hence, why I wanted to be more aware of the world of finance in order to get on the brighter side of things.

However, this has yet to manifest itself into any sort of career path where my knowledge is valued.

Rather, I have more learning and less money.

But now I have a clearer understanding of what to do and where to go from here.

The path before me is no longer one of “looking for work” but of “working for myself”.

I have searched high and low and no one wants me and those who do not share my same valuation of my skills and abilities and so that leaves me with the one option.

Do it myself.


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But wait!

I should back up a little bit.

I am not all by myself.

I am happily married to a wonderful woman.

I have a great support network of friends and family.

I have the love of God to spur me on to good works.

And so I have much to live for and much more to be excited to do on this great adventure called life.

But making money is a side business, my real work is to share with you the love of Jesus Christ that has transformed my life and I pray will transform yours.

The deal is, if you are like me when I was not a Christian, you probably hate what I just said.

Heck, you may have already closed this article down and clicked to the next link.

Oh well.

But if you are still here, first thank you!

And second, I would like you to know that God loves you!

Thirdly, my work here on earth is to share that message with as many people as possible, despite how much or how little money I make doing it.

And that matters to me more than all the profit in the world.


”Profits are fine, they enable the investment we need to produce value. But almost nothing benefits from being the only thing we seek, and the pursuit of profit at the expense of our humanity is too high a price to pay.” – Seth Godin


In order to do my work I have mostly written about it online, though I have shared with a few people in person.

Also I am involved with a local body of believers and together we study the Word of God.

But, writing is something I feel compelled to do and so with it I will share my testimony.

This last year has been a whirlwind and if you follow me here on steemit you may have already read my faith posts, but if you haven’t check them out, or really I am writing this to let you know that I am compiling them into my second self-published book which I am to release sometime this year.

Stay tuned.

But in the meantime, fear not, not all my post are religious in nature, however I am apt and open to including my faith in them.


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The Beat Goes On

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Why do I fail, but do not consider myself a failure?


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The reason I am not a failure is because I go on after failing.

The counseling term for this is “resiliency”.

And not to brag, but mine is HIGH!

Not because I want it to be, trust me.

If I had it my way, none of this would turn out this way.

But I am not an unlimited all-powerful cosmic being.

Good thing that I trust one.


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The truth is often times we make a bigger deal out of things than we should.

”You just don’t understand me.”

That’s a cop out.

Probably we do, but what we don’t have is the precise same experiences in the specific sequence as you have, but we do understand what you are going through.

You are not alone and not the only one to have issues.

But rest assured, that this is not the end.

There is something more.

What is it we are searching for?

Or are we even looking?

I can tell you where you won’t find it, but you already know.

I can tell you where you can, but you probably don’t want to hear it.

I get it.

I too was an enemy of God.

I hated God. I didn’t believe in Hell or Sin.

I thought all Christians were hypocrites.

And I was wrong.

So when I dust myself off after falling, it is not out of a boot-strap pulling pride.

It is from the knowledge and trust in the wisdom and promises I have from our Creator.


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Marketing Addiction

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“All the toil of man is for his mouth, yet his appetite is not satisfied. For what advantage has the wise man over the fool? And what does the poor man have who knows how to conduct himself before the living?

 


The following contains portions of material that were originally submitted during the 1601B session in Financial Management for Multinational Enterprises: FINC610 -1601B- 01 with Dr. Anthony Criniti on March 6, 2016, by myself, Michael Paine, as part of my MBA Program at Colorado Technical University.

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Are we slaves to our impulses?

In the book Pre-Suasion, “social psychologist Robert Cialdini shines a light on effective persuasion and reveals that the secret doesn’t lie in the message itself, but in the key moment before that message is delivered”.

The idea at questions is whether or not there are certain things that can be designed to guarantee compliance.

In short, sort of.

Although I believe we have volition (choice) in our actions, what does that look like when we are influenced, marketed to, and manipulated to do certain things?

What happens when these techniques reach into our inner thoughts and desires and tap into what we may not be able to resist?

Neuromarketing is a field that applies the principles of neuroscience to marketing research, studying consumers’ sensorimotor, cognitive, and affective response to marketing stimuli.”


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In order to better understand what neuromarketing is and the impacts that it has we have provided the following for the purpose of advancing the discussion.

We need to step back and take a look at what we mean by the term “neuromarketing”.

“We define neuromarketing as any marketing or market research activity that uses the methods and techniques of brain science or is informed by the findings or insights of brain science” (Genco, 2013).

Neuromarketing is an attempt to find answers to the traditional marketing questions but with the application of the latest brain science information and then to use this data to “best spend its advertising and marketing budget” to get results “generating revenues and profits for its shareholders” (Genco, 2013).

Neuromarketing has developed as a result of recent study by neuroscientists who have been studying the brain reactions of consumers to “see what part of the brain lights up when a customer decides, ‘Yes! I am buying that’” (Nazemoff, n.d.).

The collection of this information can then be used to create products and services that will best match the positive reactions in the brains of the customers.

Or more simply, “neuromarketing is a new way to measure whether and how marketing is working” (Genco, 2013).


With the Internet of Things (IoT) collecting data on us all day, we now live in a world where we can be marketed to with tailored precision.

An e-market environment provides a way to collect a more wide range of information and data points and in a more quick and efficient method.

Furthermore, once this data is collected it can be analyzed for patterns and trends to determine its effectiveness.

“It can tell us how brains translate those reactions into consumer decisions and behaviors (such as buying a product or switching loyalty to a new brand)” (Genco, 2013).

Therefore, it is now easier in an e-market environment to conduct neuromarketing.

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One example of neuromarketing is the use of “the study of online marketing and web experience” through the testing of online ad effectiveness by using metrics such as eye tracking (Genco, 2013).

Eye tracking can measure the motion of an eye relative to the head or the point of gaze of where someone is looking.

However, this method has limitations such as not being able to give the reason “why a viewer is focusing on a particular area of a web page” and “it doesn’t track peripheral vision” (Genco, 2013).

Despite these limitations, eye tracking is a good tool and one of many that can be used for neuromarketing.


Neuromarketing can be used in the financial management of a business by understanding how decisions are made and how to create favorable conditions to maintain customer satisfaction.

Neuromarketing can be used to “understand how they [customers] make decisions and how they’re influenced in making decisions” (Genco, 2013).

This knowledge can go a long way in understanding “how biases and nonconscious impressions shape their decisions” and then using this information to make better informed choices (Genco, 2013).

For an example, the financial management may need to make a deal involving payment terms with a partner (Nazemoff, n.d.). Neuroscience can help the financial management team craft a deal that would take into consideration the anticipated payback period and its impact on the partner’s incentive level to be willing to make the deal (Nazemoff, n.d.).

Businesses that are perceptive in “assessing their partners’ satisfaction level” will be able to make deals resulting in more satisfied partners (Nazemoff, n.d.).

This use of neuromarketing will also allow the financial management of a company to best spend their advertising and marketing budget on campaigns that will have higher returns because they take into consideration the brain science behind the consumer’s choices.


Although there is controversy surrounding neuromarketing, at this time, I am in favor of its continued use because it is merely the continuation and extension of traditional marketing that currently is widely accepted.

However, “if neuromarketing is worth its salt, it has to help marketers solve these problems better than other types of research” (Genco, 2013).

Traditionally the aim of marketing is to influence people to buy things and neuromarketing takes cognizance of the fact that people have brains and seeks to influencing brains in even more sophisticated ways than traditional marketing is already currently doing (Genco, 2013).

Furthermore, “consumers can use the very same insights to make better decisions” on the products they buy and to understand the sales process that is being employed to influence their decisions (Genco, 2013).

Lastly “if you believe that influencing brains is a bad thing, then, in our opinion, your complaint is with marketing, not with neuromarketing” (Genco, 2013).


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ReferencesCialdini, R. (2016). Pre-suasion: A Revolutionary Way To Influence And Persuade. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Genco, S., Pohlmann, A., & Steidl, P. (2013). Neuromarketing For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved fromhttp://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com/book/sales-and-marketing/9781118518977/chapter-1-what-neuromarketing-is-and-isnt/a2_05_9781118518977_ch01_html?query=((Neuromarketing))#snippet

Nazemoff, V. (n.d.). The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind How to Rewire Your Brain and Your Business for Success. Retrieved fromhttp://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com.proxy.cecybrary.com/book/career-development/9781430261643/chapter-3-customer-intelligence/sec1_html_3?query=((Neuromarketing))#snippet

My Brain Hurts

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“What kinda music do you listen to?”


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In about 6th or 7th grade a kid named Robert moved to town and changed my life forever.

He asked me that question and all I could piece together was something like, “I dunno, country I guess.”

I should explain.

We moved to Texas when I was just about to turn 6.

From there I never really developed my own taste in music and my dad got into country music.

Whenever I rode in the car with him, we would listen to the likes of Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr., George Strait, Alan Jackson, and others.

I liked to alright…

Robert had different ideas.


Today I don’t remember where Robert moved here from, but he did move in across the street from us and so we became friends.

He got me into stuff I had never even heard of, like Blink-182, Propagandhi, and Screeching Weasel to name a few.


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From there I started getting into all sorts of other music outside of just country.

Eventually, I got into the side project bands and fringe bands like The Methadones and The Riverdales and The Dead Milkmen.

For a bit I really got into the ska genre, partly due to a couple of local ska bands at my high school.

Of course I was into Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake, and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.

But I would listen to anything with a horn section.


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By now, you may be wondering, “Why bring all this crap up?”

And I don’t know, I just remembered that Screeching Weasel had a song and album titled “My Brain Hurts” and right now mine really does.

Mostly anytime I go back and listen to any of this type of music I think it sucks.

And I will probably feel the same way in ten years from now about the music I like now.


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Inescapable Technology

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“The vagueness of language, far from being a bug or an imperfection, actually might be a feature of language, one that we use to our advantage in social interactions.” – Steven Pinker


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I am not sure that is a good thing…

Author William Sleator wrote a book entitled Singularity that I read sometime in middle school.

Probably to earn points to get a free personal pizza.

But that is besides the point.

The book’s description from Amazon reads:

“Identical twins Barry and Harry Krasner are house-sitting at their great-uncle’s Midwest farm. It’s peaceful at first, but soon they realize there’s something about the farmhouse that makes locals stay far away. The twins are sure that the locked shed out back is their reason why – but what they find there is more shocking than anything they could have imagined.”

Anyways the point is that this interesting book has stuck with me, probably because of the unusual name.

The title also describes another topic that has a similar concept but that has to do with the tech world.

Technological singularity.

From the Google:

“The technological singularity (also, simply, the singularity) is the hypothesis that the invention of artificial superintelligence will abruptly trigger runaway technological growth, resulting in unfathomable changes to human civilization.”

This is a rabbit hole that goes deep.


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“Robin Hanson predicts in “The Age of Em” that we’ll develop cheap technology for emulating brains on computers in the next 100 years.

He expects emulations, or ems, to be like human brains but able to run 1,000 times faster and be copied. He predicts they will quickly put every human out of work and create a radical new civilization, living by the billions or trillions in a few megacities.”

With the rapidly growing world of AI and programs with augmented reality and the ushering in of Virtual Reality that we are lining up and paying for we are quickly on our way to a world where this is possible.

In fact:

There was a ”device that can literally read your mind invented by scientists”

“An ‘easily operated’ machine linked to a smartphone could be ready within five years

Think it is still going to be a choice at some point?

Or will technology truly become inescapable?


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The thought of technology reading our minds makes me think of thinking (metacognition) and the language we use to do that.

I came across a Steven Pinker TED Talk the other day called What our language habits reveal.

What stood out the most to me was the following bits:

“I think the key idea is that language is a way of negotiating relationships, and human relationships fall into a number of types. There’s an influential taxonomy by the anthropologist Alan Fiske, in which relationships can be categorized, more or less, into communality, which works on the principle “what’s mine is thine, what’s thine is mine,” the kind of mindset that operates within a family, for example; dominance, whose principle is “don’t mess with me;” reciprocity, “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours;” and sexuality, in the immortal words of Cole Porter, “Let’s do it.”

Now, relationship types can be negotiated. Even though there are default situations in which one of these mindsets can be applied, they can be stretched and extended. For example, communality applies most naturally within family or friends, but it can be used to try to transfer the mentality of sharing to groups that ordinarily would not be disposed to exercise it. For example, in brotherhoods, fraternal organizations, sororities, locutions like “the family of man,” you try to get people who are not related to use the relationship type that would ordinarily be appropriate to close kin.”

With machines reading our thoughts, will we be able to maintain the same types of relationships?

In a way haven’t we already loss something already?

But yet, haven’t we gained so much more?


So will the vagueness of language, that Steven talked about, continue to be “far from being a bug or an imperfection” and can it remain, as machines read our minds, “a feature of language, one that we use to our advantage in social interactions.”

Or shall we not have social interactions as we are now accustomed to and will have a completely different sort of interaction, if any at all.

But for now, I leave you with this:

The Thought Police (thinkpol in Newspeak) are the secret police of the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. It is their job to uncover and punish thoughtcrime. The Thought Police use surveillance and psychological monitoring to find and eliminate members of society who challenge the party’s authority and ideology.

The Thought Police of Orwell and their pursuit of thoughtcrime were based on the methods used by the totalitarian states and ideologies of the 20th century.

The term “Thought Police”, by extension, has come to refer to real or perceived enforcement of ideological correctness.” ― Ideas found in George Orwell’s 1984


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