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A crisis is a mirror that comes equipped with a very bright light capable of revealing some of our less flattering features. They were always there. We just couldn’t see them … or perhaps chose to ignore them. We find ourselves living through a once-in-a-multi-generation event – a health and financial crisis, the likes of which most of us have never seen. If viewed through a calm lens of objectivity, this also presents a once-in-a-generation learning opportunity.
Machines are now capable of independent innovation, but should a machine be named as the inventor? Machines do not have legal personalities but does the public have the right to know who (or what) actually conceived of the invention?
A year long journey to a healthy body, a calm mind, and a house full of love, using a framework built upon intentional and methodical focus.
Still not convinced you should care? Only an old people problem? Only a problem with counties that socialized medicine? Just manufactured hysteria? Guess again. Here’s why we mustn’t waste a second longer …
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About the Author
Josh Sloat is the co-founder of Aurora Consulting. He lives and works remotely from Northern Michigan. Josh has been developing software and leading cross-disciplinary teams for the past two decades, with broad-ranging experience in mobile, web and desktop technologies. When he’s not solving first world tech problems, he spends his time as a domestic engineer (loving father and husband), avid backcountry adventurer, and aspiring landscape photographer. Go deeper or say hello.