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Responsibly Informed. Golden Time!

Responsibly Informed

Responsibly Informed — How can it help, using your “Golden Time” responsibly?

Responsibly Informed. During a time of political turmoil, we need that. Avoiding fake news. Learning how to take action. (Perhaps in addition to voting.)

More than ever, it’s important to stay appropriately informed of today’s political events. But how much is too little? And why could it be just as bad to inform yourself too much?

Aiming to help, I’ve got some tips to offer. Including something probably unknown, even unknown to Sophisticated You. Golden Time.

Energetic Real Time

Energetic Real Time

Energetic Real Time happens only when you are present, right now, with one or more other people.

Energetic Real Time. Scientific validation is emerging. Thanks to neuroscience. Really, there is such a thing as “Energetic Real Time.” Be among the first to know the latest.

London Bus Conductor Effect. Bring It, Millennials! Others, Too.

The London Bus Conductor Effect begins with youl.

The London Bus Conductor Effect begins with you.

After America’s presidential election, are you worried about the security and goodness of your world? This article describes something you can do. It’s related to the “London Bus Conductor Effect.”

The London Bus Conductor Effect

This is a startup that you can afford to invest in.

And wouldn’t it be great if this joint venture could go public!

Now for the details. Let’s begin our busride of hope right here…

Smartphones. Energetic Literacy Supplements Today's News

Energetically, what is wrong with this picture?

Energetically, what is wrong with this picture?

Here’s our first official blog post of this type, everyone. News items often make me think of discoveries made with Energetic Literacy. Here’s a quick reference and a comment, so you can think about this news item, too. What is happening energetically, related to today’s news?

Today  Caitlin Dewey reported in The Washington Post about social problems associated with smartphone use.

She wrote: “In the past couple years, a mountain of studies have demonstrated that cellphone use makes us more selfish, more easily distracted and more stressed. A survey last March suggested that nearly 9 in 10 people feel that their loved ones neglect them in favor of technology on a weekly basis. A smaller-scale observational study suggested that, when parents and young children dine together, parents frequently pay the most attention to their phones.”