Category: lifestyle

December 3, 2009

Comments on the Munk Debate on climate change

Filed under: crisis,environment,futuring,lifestyle,planning,systems - 03 Dec 2009

This post was intended as a comment on Marie Snyder’s blog post about the Munk Debate on climate change on Dec 1, between Elizabeth May and George Monbiot vs Nigel Lawson and Bjorn Lomborg. If you haven’t watched …

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January 29, 2009

Creative play with widely different planning scenarios

One of the trappings of planning is that memories of the past, especially the most recent ones, constrain our ability to even consider potential futures significantly different from what we already know; it’s very beneficial to fight this tendency. Related …

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Some silver lining is still there. Ideas on what to do now.

While despair and other negative reactions to the ongoing financial and economic crisis are understandable, one can also see it as an opportunity or perhaps even a potential savior. Collectively, we were steamrolling ahead on an unsustainable path, with seemingly …

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June 1, 2008

Preparation for the ‘golden decades’

Filed under: _important,lifestyle,retirement,situational: - 01 Jun 2008

Retirement planning is probably the number one reason people are interested in personal financial planning. Given the huge amount of widely available information on this topic (endless lists of books, articles, websites, advertisements, etc.), it’s close to impossible to say …

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People do not plan to fail; they just fail to plan

This is perhaps the most important of these pages and posts. It describes my approach to planning, and argues against the no-sayers who deny the feasibility of useful planning activity.

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