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This video I'm gonna be sharing with you the truth on soul agreements soul contracts and pre-birth agreements that no one tells you welcome back to another video my name's Aaron and I hope people expand their consciousness now in this video I'm gonna be sharing with you more on your soul understanding who you are at a greater level understanding some of the things that you planned out before you are born and what are called soul contracts understanding more about this idea and how you can begin to with awareness understand who you are as a spiritual being when you know this it changes the way you go about your life because you start to diffuse a lot of the past maybe even diffuse some of the soul contracts that you have with people that you're not even aware of now let me tell you a little bit of a story and this story is about you in higher dimensional states of consciousness when you are deciding to come to earth now this may sound a little bit esoteric I'm sure it does and the truth of the matter though is that you are in immortal spiritual being live in a temporary human experience all the great teachers of our past enlightened people the spiritual leaders of our past they all point to this understanding that energy is not created or destroyed it simply exists that you exists right now beyond that of just that of the physical ego structure that you are using which means beyond the body you are beyond the body but growing up guess what we're told growing up that this body is who we are and what we are also encouraged to do is to infuse and to really engage in our senses eat a little bit more food would you like to supersize that we're and are you going to watch this movie the stimulation all of this bringing us more into the senses and the more that we're in the senses the more that we re emphasized our body and the less we are aware that we are more than our body when in actuality we are immortal spiritual beings live in a temporary human experience this body is a vehicle it is a vehicle that our soul is using your soul is using your body as a vehicle but when we become identified with just the body we limit ourselves we then experience less than what we are capable of because we identify with thinking this is what's real these five senses ways that we interpret vibration is all that I am that's what we grow up believing because that's what society social conditioning has us believe but right now on the planet it's a time of awakening you are awakening if you're even watching my videos you are awakening now the thing the story I want to tell you is about you being in higher dimensional states of.

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Is working at Google as difficult as its interview process?
Working there is a lot easier, as far as the amount of thinking, creativity, intelligence, etc required.Once at Google, you’ll likely find yourself slowly going nowhere on nothing in particular, while working long hours. That is, the work is usually pointless, meaningless, and irrelevant.On the flip side, once you’re hired, you can essentially coast for many years, while doing almost nothing. Also, the less drive/ambition you have, the less you’ll be affected by political games, an absence of promotions, being put on a crappy part of a legacy product, etc (ie, you won’t really care when they try to waste your abilities, drown you in endless BS work, or try to have everything lead to a dead end).You’d think at this point you’d be looked at unfavorably, but I kept noticing it was those who politicked or tried to coast that would receive promotions and large bonuses. That is, if you’re just about rising and making money, then if you find yourself doing actual work, you know you’re going to lose.Google doesn’t really get rid of low performers, so if coasting results in little to nothing being done, you’ll probably have nothing to worry about. That is, accusations of low performance are usually only made when management is trying to push someone out for other reasons (see them as a threat, don’t want to pay, want credit for something they did, etc).Eventually, after having done nothing for many years, you’ll likely have difficulties finding another job, as your skills will be out of date, however, those that want to coast usually have no plan on quitting‡ ever.
If you know that your partner is an exhibitionist narcissist, how can you use that knowledge to get what you want?
If you know your partner is an Exhibitionist Narcissist, you can use the following characteristics most Exhibitionist Narcissists share to get more of what you want and head off some pointless arguments:They have unstable self-esteem and need external validation.They like to be right.They like to give advice.They tend to claim other people’s ideas as their own.Here are some ways you can use the above:Unstable Self-EsteemHow to use: You can consciously choose to boost your partner’s self-esteem by mentioning something that you admire about them that they do well. This will put them in a positive frame of mind.Be sure to choose something true and also, if possible, mention some details about a time they demonstrated this trait or ability.Then, if you ask them for something, they will be more inclined to give you what you want. By acknowledging their strengths, they become less afraid you will judge them, and more relaxed and open towards you.Example—I was just telling my friend Sylvia about what a great vocabulary you have. I remember the time we played Scrabble with that couple who were bragging about how good they were. You won every game?They Like to Be RightHow to use: You want them to buy into a plan you have and do it your way, but you know they will object unless the idea comes from them. Simply start your sentence with: You were so right? We definitely should do (fill in the blank).Very few people with NPD are inclined to disagree with any statement or proposal which acknowledges them as right. This is a bit manipulative, but it can help you get agreement.Let’s imagine that the two of you once went to a restaurant that you would now like to go back to again. Let’s also imagine that your Narcissistic partner might turn it down if you simply say that you want to go there. So..you make it their idea.Example—You were so right about that restaurant. It really is better than others. I didn’t see your point at first, but now I think you were 100% right. How about we go there tonight and you can pick another new dish for us to try?They Like to Give AdviceHow to use: You want to go out shopping for something for the house. You want them to go with you because you know from experience that if you just go out and buy it without them, they will criticize whatever you buy. In order to head off the criticism, you get them to help choose the item or to give you advice. This works best when you actually like their taste. Again, start with praise.Example—You have such good taste? I love your sense of color and proportion. Would you be willing to go with me to buy that new lamp for the bedroom? I would love your opinion.They Tend to Claim Other People’s Work as their OwnHow to use: This is another manipulation in which you use their own tendency against them. This involves a bit of reverse “Gaslighting.” You give them credit for your idea and plant in their mind that it was their idea. This combines their desire to be right with their grandiose belief that everything good must come from them. This is not strictly ethical, but it can be a “win-win” solution and head off an unpleasant argument.Example—I have been thinking about that idea you proposed a while back that we should (fill in the blank with something you would like). I realize you were right and I was wrong. We should definitely do it your way.Punchline: It is possible to get more of what you want from your Narcissistic partner by catering to their need to elevate their self-esteem, their desire be acknowledged as right, and their love of giving advice.A2AElinor Greenberg, PhD, CGPIn private practice in NYC and the author of the book: Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations.www.elinorgreenberg.com
What's the weirdest thing a guest has done at your house?
When I was in high school I had a friend who told me her parents were verbally and physically abusive towards her and each other and were threatening to kick her out of the house when she turned 18. She was a very nice girl who was seemingly intelligent that I had been friend with for about a year and my parents had met and liked. I asked my parents if she could come live with us if her parents did actually kick her out. After a week of thinking they eventually agreed that her situation was a bad one and we would be happy to help her out. We did not have a spare bedroom in our house so if she was going to stay with us for the remainder of her senior year she would have to stay in my room. Because we were so up close and personal my family got to see her do some really strange and confusing things.One strange thing she did was put her HOT curling and straightening irons directly on the pillows on my bed while she was using them. One day when I was making my bed I flipped over one of my pillows and it has burn marks all over the back side. I told her that i’d rather she curled her hair in the bathroom and then my mom asked me why there were burn marks on our washcloths. When we confronted her about the pillows and the washcloths she said that she was afraid she would burn our counter tops and my bedside table (which was metal…). So instead she decided to put hot flat/curling irons on pillows and washcloths between grabbing pieces of hair?Although there were many many other things she did that ultimately caused my parents to ask her to move a month into her stay, there was one thing that really weirded me out. When she moved in one of the only things I asked of her was that she didn't wear my clothes. I am allergic to almost every detergent so I had to use a different detergent than my other family members and I wanted to prevent possible rash breakouts. I didn't borrow her clothes, she didn't borrow mine. To avoid having to spend extra time in the morning getting ready I would almost always put out the clothing I was planning on wearing the next day. She would get up and leave earlier than I did every morning to go to a club activity before school. When I would get up 30 minutes later all or most of the clothing I would lay out would be gone. When I got to school she would be wearing the clothes I had put out, down to the underwear and bra. Even after I asked her to stop, any time I put clothes out to wear, whether it be the night before or a couple mins before a shower, she would take ONLY the underwear I had chosen and wear it that day. I have always wondered why she chose to continuously take and wear my clean underwear/bras when she had just as many pairs and even bought herself some multiple times during her short stay with us. I was left utterly disgusted.
What are some arguments against user experience testing?
My argument is a little long, if you want to read it in a better format then go here.http://000fff.org/getting-to-the...If you had an idea for a new hammer and you wanted to test it, which of the following ways do you think would yield you the most valuable feedback?I am guessing most of you would choose #4. After all, getting a feel for the hammer requires the customer to actually try it out. Looking at a picture of a hammer, cutting it out, or even providing a Styrofoam prototype simply won’t pryou or the customer with sufficient foundation on which to evaluate it.However, if I asked you to test a digital product, whether it be a website, an application or an e-commerce site, most of us would choose #1, 2 or 3.Isn’t that odd?A simple product like a hammer is best tested in its final form. But a digital product, that in some ways is much more complex, is tested by lesser means, as if you could extract important feedback about the hammer.Nonetheless, this is the current reality of applied UCD, or User-Centered Design.Usability tests, focus groups and personas to name a few, all are intended to increase usability, and create better products by having users test them.There is something flawed in this approach. What is wrong is that it doesn’t deliver on that promise. Valuable resources are being used on what one could arguably call a placebo for uncertainty.Clarification:Some people have commented on this. I am not saying that you shouldn’t do 1, 2 or 3. I am saying you shouldn’t test 1, 2 or 3 on users—you should, though, go as far as 4 and then test as much as possible.Correct theory, wrong applicationNow, there are many different interpretations of UCD. Is it a theory, or a process, or both?Wikipedia states:“In broad terms, user-centered design (UCD) is a design philosophy and a process in which the needs, wants, and limitations of end users of an interface or document are given extensive attention at each stage of the design process. User-centered design can be characterized as a multi-stage problem solving process that not only requires designers to analyze and foresee how users are likely to use an interface, but also to test the validity of their assumptions with regards to user behaviour in real world tests with actual users. Such testing is necessary as it is often very difficult for the designers of an interface to understand intuitively what a first-time user of their design experiences, and what each user’s learning curve may look like.The chief difference from other interface design philosophies is that user-centered design tries to optimize the user interface around how people can, want, or need to work, rather than forcing the users to change how they work to accommodate the software developers approach.”Doesn’t sound too bad, does it?In theory, it makes a lot of sense. Getting feedback from users about your product will pryou with valuable insights as to what works and what doesn’t. The users are, to state the obvious, the ones who are going to be using it, so their input is going to be valuable.It’s also a correct assumption that designers, in theory, cannot foresee how users are likely to use an interface, thus their assumptions must be tested.A long learning curve is clearly an issue when it comes to getting users to adopt your product. It needs to be easy to sign up, log in, buy, navigate, understand, and utilize what your product offers. Too often the software determines the option space of designers, forcing them to design less than optimal solutions.So, in many ways, there is no problem with the philosophical definition of UCD. Involving users is critical if you want your products to be used.No, the devil is in the actual practical outcome of this philosophy—what I call applied UCD.Here is a typical UCD process for web or application design. (source:http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/2003/ucd)Have a look at the model again. Look at the last two parts of the process. Yes, you got that right. Generally there isn’t much to say about implementation and deployment from an UCD point of view. It’s normally not considered part of the process. On the contrary, it is most often assumed that, once you have gone through the process of choices 1, 2 and 3, the UCD process is complete, and you have established a solid solution.So, as you can see, a typical UCD process, to define it in terms of our hammer test, is based on testing the drawing, the cutout and the Styrofoam hammer—not the actual hammer.So why is that? How come something that appears such an obvious problematic implementation of the goal of UCD, has become the norm?I believe there is a series of reasons for this, that I will attempt to cover here.Waterfall processHistorically, development of digital products has been based on the waterfall method. This made it very expensive for organizations to change things once the product was deployed. So, with UCD promising to test the usability and relevance of the product before it went into production, it’s no wonder it gained so much traction in the 1990s.UCD has its origins in academia, not in design or engineeringWith heavyweights such as Jakob Nielsen, Jared Spool and Don Norman’s extensive and fantastic research, it’s easy to see why UCD has gained traction. There is an answer to almost every question or problem you can devise. Facts provided about users are based on years of research.Most UCD proponents and practitioners are academicsIt’s easy to see why the usability community has picked up on this research and why they consider it more valuable than, say, theory of typography or grid structures, color theory, engineering, animation, programming or development process, or even marketing. It’s a continuation of the academic process they know so well, no matter their original domain.‘Get out of jail free‡ cardAs I mentioned in an earlier post, most large and management-driven organizations don’t allow for mistakes. They religiously demand certainty, and consequently punish uncertainty. If you don’t have your back covered, if your project tanks, you are headed for trouble. UCD is the perceived guarantee that your product has been tested thoroughly by way of user tests. Managers use this as a way to get some of the responsibility outsourced.The user’s advocateHumans are not just machines. We aim to serve higher goals. Many usability experts see themselves asadvocates for the user. There is a sense of purpose greater than just “doing the work” within the UCD community. It has created a strong sense of purpose, and a strong, almost moral culture around users.With the above in mind it’s not difficult to understand why UCD has gained such success the last decade.With both extensive research, great academic minds, economic incentives, get out of jail free cards and a sense of certainty, it’s a sure sell. Why should companies not want to utilize UCD to design better and more usable products?The following observations may make this more evident.Customers are not usersThe first issue is with the term user. It might seem like a rhetorical nitpick but it speaks volume of one of the main issues and misconceptions with applied UCD.Users are of statistical value meaning, i.e., what we know of users we know through the research that has been done on them. Users are of relevance to the field of usability, but not to the field of product design. It has no actual reference to whether a product will gain adoption or not.Users are not customersA customer is someone who, through all the noise of competition, has chosen your product over someone else’s.What might be a no-go from a user’s point of view (statistical) might not be a no-go from a customer’s (utilitarian) point of view.What matters is that you design for the customers of the organization instead of the users of your ideology. If you design for users, you end up spending a lot of time on pseudo problems that might have ideological value but no implication for the adoption of a product.According to studies by J.Nielsen, users don’t scroll. Although this might be the case from a statistical point of view, it is certainly not of pragmatic value. Maybe what was tested was not relevant enough to make the user to want to scroll. Maybe the design was executed in a way that obscured the fact that you could scroll.In fact, users scroll more than ever, yet this myth is continuously being upheld.If you design for customers, you are forced to think about how to benefit the relationship between the customer and the organization. If you design for customers, you design for the jobs they are trying to do. You are designing for an optimal solution, not necessarily a perfect solution.Be the advocate for the customer relationship, not for the users.The map is not the territoryWe can draw up as many plans, diagrams and projections as we wish. A product before it’s launched is not a product yet. It’s a set of ideas, sketches, designs and assumptions, maybe even some patent-pending technology.It’s a map of how the designers envision the product. But it’s not a product. It has no actual form, it doesn’t belong to an ecosystem, the user can only think about how it might work. In short, it doesn’t contain any of the qualifiers that make a product a product.So the kind of feedback that UCD provides before and after deployment is not the same. They are two very different paradigms.One is a paradigm of ideology and thus provides information of theoretical value. The other is a paradigm of application and utility, and provides real-world, real-time feedback.Pseudo environmentWhat you are solving in the wireframe phase are problems inherent in the wireframe phase, not problems with the product. What you are solving when testing the prototype are problems inherent in the prototype, not in the final product. There is only one true test and that is the final product. Only then will you start to receive valuable feedback in combination with quantitative feedback. You will get it from where it matters most.No transcendenceBy this I mean there is no quality transfer from insights you establish in the testing of your product into the design and development phase. One reason as already stated is that problems are addressed in a pseudo environment instead of an actual one.Another reason is that what makes products successful and usable is only really obvious in the final form and environment. With UCD notorious for dealing with the product before implementation and deployment, it relies on the assumption that it can solve problems before they arise. It relies on the assumption that, by fixing the usability issues, your product will have a greater chance for success. This is, quite simply, wrong, and flies in the face of reality.Intuition is neither objective nor always the goalIntuitive behavior is not an objective standard. It’s a slow-moving target. If something becomes the default way of doing something, then it has become the intuitive way of doing it. You don’t need to test for that, you use design patterns. They are the product of the norm.Some of the most successful products weren’t intuitive to begin with. They became intuitive after the product gained sufficient popularity. So, even if a product fails the intuitive test, it does not impact whether or not it becomes a success.Usability studies and focus groups are for refinement, not for innovationAgain, the problem is in thinking in terms of users instead of customers. Something might fail being intuitive or make sense from an ideological point of view, but it still helps customers do a job that makes them ready to endure the learning curve.Therefore, forcing a user-centric model to evaluate your ideas can be completely damaging to your assessment of your product’s likelihood of success.When you test your product, whether by focus groups or user tests, many other factors determine the outcome of a session. Social dynamics, groupthink, the “dumb” expert, and dealing with a product in the abstract.Implementation is a black boxWhen most companies exercised waterfall methodology, UCD had some value. But, today, the landscape is different. Implementation is part of the design process. With agile, continuous integration and continuous deployment methodologies, and the speed at which products appear, no longer is there room or need for lengthy processes that only obfuscate the goal of making good solutions through the division of UCD phase and the implementation phase.Good UCD processes mean good productsWell, no, unfortunately, this is not the case. Successful products have nothing to do with the process as such. A good process merely allows you to cover what needs to be done.It allows you to collect the necessary data and create the structure of your product, to map out what needs to be done, who should do it, and in what order it needs to be done.Putting users into the process after research and before the final product is finished provides primarily pseudo value. It confuses users with customers, and is responsible for valuable time being wasted in a pseudo environment tackling pseudo problems that have no bearing on those you may find yourself with after the launch.However, at that point it’s too late, since applied UCD normally leaves the building right before the implementation starts, and where the product really starts to take shape.This is where UCD really fails.What is required to create good products is not the ability to test your idea or the usability with users. What is necessary is testing the finished product with customers and improving it from there. This requires a different approach to thinking, and a different set of skills.Testing users is about testing the current state of usability and intuition. This belongs to the type of research that people like J.Nilesen, J.Spool and others perform so well. It contains a lot of valuable knowledge and should be the foundation for anyone wanting to do UCD.But testing customers means getting the product in their hands, and learning how it behaves, to pinpoint problem areas and then figure out ways to improve it. It allows you to test the actual problems instead of a number of pseudo problems that may never arise.Summing up the problem with applied UCDApplied UCD has wedged itself into a corner from which it will be difficult to extricate itself. It must extricate itself if it wants to remain relevant.On one hand, UCD is as successful as ever, the area is very well covered. Lots of research and lots of value have historically come out of this area—understanding the users is important.On the other hand, it has become successful on the wrong premise. Too often, it is used simply to push responsibility away from those who should have it. And when it’s not, it’s being misapplied for some of the reasons mentioned above. It’s being perceived as providing certainty where none really exist.The speed at which products, services and applications are being launched today is increasing rapidly. There is more competition, but, also, products are built and iterated much more rapidly than they once were. And with the move away from waterfall methodology, the consequence is that UCD proponents and practitioners need to rethink just where it is in the process they see themselves adding value. There is nothing today that hinders a process in which products are launched before they are tested and then iterated if necessary. A revised UCD process would look something like this:In this way, users become customers, giving you the opportunity to test where it matters with valuable feedback.This will no doubt mean that many have to re-educate themselves, and rethink how they approach design, whether it be UX, IA, UI or GUI. Nonetheless, as stated, it is necessary to stay relevant for the future. A pivotal part of this will also be to re-educate clients and help them understand they must look at at product design a little differently.Design is a decision, not a democracy. If you are serious about using design strategically, then courageis the strategic advantage you should aim for. With the ability to quickly adjust wrong assumptions, it’s not about risk, just common sense.Let me know what you think.
As the company, how do I correctly fill out a Stock Power as part of a stock purchase agreement?
The Stock Power in question evidently is an exhibit to a Stock Purchase Agreement by which the OP is purchasing restricted stock that is subject to forfeiture or repurchase by the company, entirely or in part, probably based on how long the OP continues to work with the company.Yes, just signing is the proper thing to do (from the company’s perspective) because at this time it is not known whether, or to what extent, the OP’s shares will be subject to forfeiture or repurchase.So, if and when the time for forfeiture or repurchase arrives, the company will fill in the rest of the Stock Power to transfer the forfeited or repurchased shares to the company - you will keep the shares that have vested as of that time.For the OP’s comparison, and for the benefit of Quorans who are not familiar with such Stock Powers, here is the text of the instructions that I put at the bottom of a Stock Power:(Instruction: Please do not fill in any blanks other than signing at the signature line. The purpose of this Stock Power is to enable the Company to exercise its right to reacquire Restricted Shares in the circumstances provided in the Restricted Stock Agreement without requiring an additional signature by the Grantee.)