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by Adele Peters on January 21, 2019 at 11:00 am
Michael C. Hall is taking Skittles to Broadway for the Super Bowl
by Jeff Beer on January 21, 2019 at 10:18 am
Why MLK’s vision of love as a moral imperative still matters
by Joshua F.J. Inwood on January 21, 2019 at 9:00 am
Why it’s good for you to be wrong
by Stephanie Vozza on January 21, 2019 at 9:00 am
WhatsApp is limiting how many people you can forward a message to
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Crazy Rich Asians…and also Crazy Generous.
by Vulcan Post on January 21, 2019 at 9:49 am
Calvin Lo is one of Asia's wealthiest, and a mysteriously low-profile figure—but his philanthropy is to be admired. The post Crazy Rich Asians…and also Crazy Generous. appeared first on Vulcan Post. […]
No Harvest For Plum – Food Delivery Startup Closes In S’pore, Lays Off Over 100 Staff In HK
by Victoria Sek on January 21, 2019 at 8:30 am
Hong Kong-based food delivery startup Plum exits Singapore in less than a year since its launch here following news of its restructuring exercise at HQ. The post No Harvest For Plum – Food Delivery Startup Closes In S’pore, Lays Off Over 100 Staff In HK appeared first on Vulcan Post. […]
Govt And Businesses Are Pushing For A “Zero Waste” Future – But Are S’poreans On Board?
by Alanna Tan on January 21, 2019 at 4:39 am
Passionate or ampathetic—we find out where Singaporeans stand in the movement towards a zero waste society. The post Govt And Businesses Are Pushing For A “Zero Waste” Future – But Are S’poreans On Board? appeared first on Vulcan Post. […]
oBike On Verge Of Liquidation, But Majority Shareholder Says He’s Willing To Settle Its Multi-Million Dollar Debt
by Victoria Sek on January 18, 2019 at 9:47 am
As oBike Singapore liquidates, amounts owed to local creditors have chalked up at least S$1.7 million and this 29-year-old wants to pay off everything. The post oBike On Verge Of Liquidation, But Majority Shareholder Says He’s Willing To Settle Its Multi-Million Dollar Debt appeared first on Vulcan Post. […]
3 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners
by Vulcan Post on January 18, 2019 at 9:45 am
Released in 2012, the Raspberry Pi sparked a minor renaissance in DIY computer culture—here's what you can build with it. The post 3 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners appeared first on Vulcan Post. […]
- Archetype Family: Visionary
- Other Expressions: Entrepreneur, Innovator, Pioneer, Guide, Dreamer
- Life Journey: To bring the future into the present, and sense the changing impulses of society.
- Unique Challenge: To remain committed to a new vision in order to bring it to fruition.
- Lesson To Learn: To believe in my vision, however great or small, and my creative potential to change lives.
- Defining Grace: Courage
- Challenge To Self: I will envision new possibilities for humanity and recognize when an idea is worth rearranging my life for.
THE FUTURIST: Futurists have incredible minds and are tenacious about achieving their goals.
THE ENTREPRENEUR: Often successful at an early age (at least these days), Entrepreneurs have a spirit of exploration and adventure that makes them inspired company.
THE DIRECTOR: They don’t call directing “helming” for nothing. Directors, like sea captains, have to keep everything going at once while maintaining an almost supernatural cool.
THE STRATEGIST: You see total picture and therefore solutions to problems. You operate very efficiently in dark rooms and war rooms.Your downside is black and white thinking.
THE INTUITIVE: You see inside a person and you see the future. Your downside is you don’t see everything and you don’t bat 100% with your visions. You can further abuse trust others may have in your insights.
THE DETECTIVE: You see and sense extremely fine details that may ordinarily be missed. You can also be a snoop and very intrusive.
THE HERMIT: You have an inordinate need for solitude to explore your world creatively and intellectually. You can also become intolerant of other people or other places.