Stock Market Tools (8) - Global Trading System(GTS)

1) Is all about Data Processing and Organized it into a User Friendly Charts...

( YouTube Link <- A friend told me that the video does not appear on her browser... If so, click on the link.)

Above is an amazing video presentation by Professor Hans Rosling, a statistics guru, in many topics on global level. Such as global child mortality rate, fertility rate, etc...
For the first four minutes, it shows that most of the public are making choice/decision based on wrong pre-conceived ideas, as many of them are out dated.
After that, when the data starts moving... We can be amazed by how fast things are changing in this world! He basically transforms boring data into lively stories.

2) Is all about where the talent is applied on...

Here is a famous story by Zhuang Zi (庄子) on the power of applying the right talent in the right field...

In Song, there was a family who was skilled at making a kind of ointment (a highly viscous or semisolid substance used on the skin as medicament) which could prevent the skin from cracking.

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With this medication, this family, for generations, had been making a living by bleaching cloths in the river all year round.

On day, a traveller heard about the ointment and offered to buy the secret formula with very attractive price.
The traveller then offered the secret formula to King Wu and explained its usefulness when apply correctly in the military affairs.

King Wu took the proposal and started a naval battle during a winter against King Yue.

With the secret formula to produce and apply the ointment, the troops of Wu state were spared from catching chilblain (an inflammation followed by itchy irritation on the skins resulting from exposure to moist cold). While the Yue Soldiers suffered from skin disease and were defeated.

After the war, a portion of the conquered territory was awarded to the traveller as a fief, and he become rich main and his status was elevated.

Note: Cartoons scanned from the book "Zhuangzi Speak" by Chih-chung Ts'ai.

The moral of the story is that, though it was the same medical formula. One can use it to make a living and the other can use it to make big profit when he see the value and know where to apply it.

3) Global Trading System
This is self-explanatory...

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"We come this way but once. We can either tiptoe through life
and hope we get to death without being too badly bruised
or we can live a full complete life realizing
- Bob Proctor

Self Development idea (7) - The Art of Letting Go

A great spiritual teacher had told us that:-

"Holding on to anger is like grasping
a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at
someone else; you are the one who gets burned."

So, if someone can not think that he can love his enemy... At least think in terms of "Forgive and Let Go". Let go the hot coal in the hand.

Or we can look at the matter from another perspective:
That's Dr. Daniel Amen's 18/40/60 Rule

At 18 years old - You worry about what everybody is thinking about you.
At 40 years old - You don't give a damn what anybody is thinks of you.
At 60 years old - You realize nobody was thinking about you at all.

Any Surprise? Since other people spend most of their time worry about their own "busy-ness", and not spending time thinking about you. Then what is the point of wasting any time to hate others which would be harmful to your own health?
So, the logical answer is still to "Forgive and Let Go". :-)

And, there are some simple exercises to experience the art of letting go:

Exercise 1:

Step 1. Take a piece of paper and scrunch it up to become a small paper ball.

Step 2. Use the stronger hand to grasp on the paper ball. Take a deep breath and then start to apply force to squeeze it as hard as possible... Hold the breath.... Squeeze harder... Continue to hold the breath, and continue to apply more force to squeeze harder.... continue to do so, until...

Step 3. Until that one can not take it any more. Then, release the ball, with the hand face down, and let it drop... and start to have normal breathing.

Step 4. Feel the sensation of "letting go" in your hand. Doesn't it feel good?

Exercise 2: Sedona Method.

Step 1. The first step is to identify the feeling that one wants to let go.

Step 2. Then ask oneself the following three questions:

Q1. Could I let it go?
Q2. Would I let it go?
Q3. When?

Yes. These steps and questions look very simple. And if one seriously asking the questions and think carefully. One will find that the choice lay within himself. The answers would then be: Yes, Yes, and Now.

As scientists have estimated that the average human has 60,000 thoughts a day. This may be sound interesting as human mind do not stop imagining/thinking all day long.
And, something more interesting is that, according to Dr. Deepak Chopra, 90% of the thoughts you have today are the one you had yesterday!

Therefore, it is a very Important task for every individual to make sure that his dominant thoughts are of good intention and a happy one, or else, like it or not, it will has HIGH chances to come back tomorrow.

"Every event that baffles you today had its seed
in an intention yesterday."
- Deepak Chopra

"Never let yesterday use up too much of today."
Will Rogers: Humorist

"Let go of the past and the past will let go of you."
- unknown

Added on 14 Dec 2012 - A relevant Picture found in facebook:

Happiness is a state-of-mind. 
It is a personal choice.
It is an in-side job! 

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