There is a basic issue that needs to be addressed about manipulation before we can get into the nuts and bolts of how it works. Simply put it is that manipulation is an action that influences human nature within a process that will occur regardless of any manipulation or lack of it. The question is, […]
I am retired with a wife from China and one son. I have traveled and done business extensively overseas for the better part of forty years. My last time overseas occurred when I married and stayed in China for seven years before coming home with my family. My main areas of interest have been multi cultural marketing, cultural anthropology (living cultures), technology development in regards to culture and marketing, mass and marketing psychology, military science, and political science.
I entered the United States Marine Corps in 1969 and was honorably discharged in 1975 after which I continued college learning a trade and working evenings. I have lived and worked on every continent, except the Antarctic, and gotten to know people of every major culture in the world. I have taught leadership, management, developed or helped developed venture plans, done consulting, and worked helping to execute venture plans in a variety of ways.
My last return to the states inspired me, for the sake of my son and others, to rewrite what was meant to be a book for my. You can see more on that when you read the book.
There is a lot more to common sense than the basic principles and comparisons in the original book. That is where the blog picks up. More may be down the road and I can think of many places this can lead. In the meantime I am simply trying to help others, particularly the new generations coming up, to get a footing with one of the most important things needed to have a free, happy, and prosperous life. My hope is that this book gets people started on this as much as possible and gives them a way to provide a common sense direction that will take them there.
Thank you for your time and may you acquire and keep the liberty and future that we all aspire to.
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A long time ago I knew an elderly Asian gentleman who was well traveled and educated. He had lived through world wars one and two. He had lived in both China and Japan during the worst times and had to flee China with his family to avoid starvation during the days of Mao. I have […]