[svlug] qtparted-0.5.0 missing something still...

Karen Shaeffer shaeffer at neuralscape.com
Sun Nov 29 08:35:23 PST 2015

On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 03:42:25PM +0000, Karen Shaeffer wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 01:16:05AM -0500, Steve Litt wrote:
> > On Sun, 29 Nov 2015 02:58:23 +0100
> > Ivan Sergio Borgonovo <mail at webthatworks.it> wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > > Awareness is the first step to recovery.
> >                                  ^^^^^^^^
> > 
> > This is what I was talking about. It's the characterization that a
> > person has a problem.
> Michael does have a problem. I believe he is suffering through life living
> in the fixed-mindset as described by Carol Dweck.
> "Mindset, the new Psychology of Success", by Carol Dweck

The good news is that it is straightforward and easy to change one's mindset
from the fixed mindset to the growth mindset. And Carol has a whole chapter
focused on exactly how to do that. And so someone suffering through life with
the fixed mindset can easily change the trajectory of their life. And Carol
Dweck's book shows one how to do it.

> I highly recommend Michael take some time out and read this book. It is a
> wonderfully crafted work intended to help everyday folks learn what she
> has learned in a lifetime of renouned research at Columbia and Stanford
> Unversities about what motivates folks who overachieve to act as they
> do. And about what holds folks back who underachieve to act as they do.
> Everyone can benefit from this book.
> As for awareness, there is mindfulness training.

Mindfulness training is really important in every instance in life. It teaches
one how to avoid being distracted from their primary goal at any given time
in any given circumstances. Youtube has many instructive videos discussing
mindfulness training.

> As for creative problem solving, there is:
> "The Achievement Habit", by Bernard Roth
> Another great book. Although it isn't really about Design Thinking. Bernie
> discusses Design Thinking concepts, but the primary intent of the book is to
> help everyday folks learn how to apply design thinking to their everyday lives,
> enabling them to live a more satisfying and rewarding life. It is well worth
> reading, because Bernie tells a wonderful story, weaving into it threads of
> Design Thinking all along the way.
> Adapt and thrive,
> Karen
> > 
> > Interestingly, I'd prefer somebody to say "That Steve Litt is such an
> > asshole that I piped him to /dev/null" than them say "The key to Steve
> > Litt's recovery is awareness."
> > 
> > But heck, we all have our pet peeves and priorities.
> > 
> > SteveT
> > 
> > Steve Litt 
> > November 2015 featured book: Troubleshooting Techniques
> >      of the Successful Technologist
> > http://www.troubleshooters.com/techniques
> > 
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Neuralscape Services           that obstacle is your path.        Zen proverb

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