(JaiChai) A Short Note - When "human nature" hampers our efforts...


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"For the sake of our survival as a species, humans spot negative, potentially dangerous threats ten times faster than seeing positive, potentially beneficial situations.

This is a hard coded behavior in our DNA.

That's why the vast majority of humanity prefers 'familiar misery' over that frightful territory called 'new opportunities'. Imagine that?"- Dr. E.A.P. (my late father and first mentor.

Re: Crypto Investing -

For the same reasons, most people will not risk buying that "internet funny money"; or if they do, panic sell - at a loss - at the first signs of "danger".

In Lak'ech, JaiChai

 

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(JaiChai 25 SEP 2021. Simultaneous multi-site submissions posted. All rights reserved.)

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I'm a single papa actively enjoying my varied passions (e.g., Writing, Disruptive Technology, Cryptocurrency, plus more hobbies too bizarre for most folk). I live on an island paradise with my teenage daughter, longtime girlfriend and three dogs.


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