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digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Effective elements

Effective elements

Not everything can be controlled and that shouldn't mean abandoning all efforts. Find the effective elements that can be best controlled. Plan for the next scenarios. Magic can occur, but only when the right elements are present.

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Filtered perspectives

Filtered perspectives

There's no true unbiased approach. Keep others' perspectives in mind and work to adjust own filters to better match.

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Internalizing virtues

Internalizing virtues

The right instinctual thought processes can turn problems into opportunities, find silver linings, and generally change perceptions of the same experiences

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Develop a better reality

Develop a better reality

Reality doesn't just happen to us. Many aspects are not controllable in the near term. Adjustments can be made to create and develop a better reality, rather than succumbing to setbacks.

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Excitement is developed

Excitement is developed

Excitement doesn't exist on its own. It's developed with approach and emotion. Work to bring more excitement to others, especially when options are limited.

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Positive commonalities

Positive commonalities

Seemingly disparate groups often shared some common interests. Identify positive commonalities across traditional demographic groups.

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Uncover what's unseen

Uncover what's unseen

Seek out what's unseen. Develop ways to interpret this to a meaningful format for humans.

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Set better defaults

Set better defaults

There will be times for both positive and negative reactions. Look for more subtle ways to communicate. Set better defaults by defining responses that can be easily communicated and understood by others.

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Operate within constraints

Operate within constraints

Accept the given circumstances. Recognize the fallacies and limitations. Then operate as best as possible within those constraints. It's no longer possible, nor prudent to work to control elements outside the given constraints.

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Adaptable routines

Adaptable routines

Create routines that can be easily adapted to keep some level of normalcy and productivity.

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