Future Leadership: Who Is Managing Your Reality?

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Once upon a time, in my days as an investment banker, I found myself immersed in the world of financial forecasts and modeling. It was a realm that thrived on precision and accuracy. Intrigued by this approach, I decided to venture into the realm of predicting social events using the same methodology. Little did I know, this journey would lead me to uncover a profound truth that I now refer to as the "First Law of Media."

In this enchanting revelation, I discovered that something captivating occurs in our world every single day. It may seem comical, but for the media, it is an unwritten rule to seek out sensations, disasters, and drama on a daily basis. They yearn for stories to showcase on the evening news, always craving the next big headline. When there is no war to capture their attention, they turn to plane crashes or major car accidents. And when war does ravage our world, airplanes and automobiles become mere background noise, while a fox's mysterious demise on the outskirts of town becomes the talk of the town.

There are no discernible patterns in this chaotic dance of events. Each day brings forth its own set of disturbances, leaving us bewildered and captivated. Yes, one can attempt to impose order by assigning weights and categorizing events, but even that proves futile. How does one measure the weight of war? Is it through casualties, scale, or the aftermath? It becomes a subjective endeavor, clouded by personal perspectives. Take, for instance, the tragic massacre of Hutus and Tutsis, which claimed the lives of a million souls. Only a select few polymaths were aware of this horrifying event, while other conflicts took center stage on the front pages of newspapers.

And so, the tale goes on, reminding us that in the realm of media and its portrayal of reality, there exists an intricate web of unpredictability. It is a realm where the extraordinary and the mundane intertwine, leaving us to ponder who truly controls our perception of the world.

But then I came across the "Second Law of Media." And it goes like this.

"You can always find compelling evidence of imminent disaster."

Oh my, yes! Absolutely always, on any issue, you can find data that suggests collapse. The US financial system. China's economy. The demographics of the world. The morals of the neighbors. And back that data up with precedents, models, and calculations.

And that's what a million "analysts" do, knowing the simple rule - predictions that don't come true are forgotten, predictions that do come true are remembered. It's like venture capital and the survivor's bug - there are a thousand companies per unicorn that have died or remain a small-size businesses, but they don't remember or think about the bottom. Someone has been messing with the public for 20 years - but no one ever thinks to remind him of all his exact dates for the "collapse of the dollar" - everyone wants that collapse badly enough.

"Trash-trading" is a perfectly safe business for an alarmist's reputation. Moreover, if you talk a lot of nonsense, there is a chance of an accidental hit - and then you can get into the prophets. Most successful prophets predict catastrophes 7 times a week, but this noise is habitually ignored by everyone. But in hindsight, the prophet "suddenly" got in.

This is how the business of economic and stock exchange "analysts" works, which even some are quite respectable. Everyone forgets their failures but remembers their successes. And nobody counts the final balance. Every crisis finds someone who "predicted it." But everyone forgets that every day there is a message in the forecasts that someone is predicting an imminent collapse.

And now let me share with you the tale of the "Third law of media." It is a cautionary tale, for it warns us against falling prey to the convincing explanations of impending disaster that we may encounter on social media.

You see in the realm of politics, economics, and business, there are many who claim to have all the answers. They confidently proclaim that disaster is just around the corner, and they have the data and precedents to back it up. But beware, for these individuals may be nothing more than charlatans or completely incompetent on the subject.

Remember, that if a person on Facebook or any other platform can convincingly explain why disaster is coming, it is essential to approach their claims with skepticism. The complexities of our world cannot be reduced to simple explanations or predictions. There are countless factors at play, constantly changing and adapting to new circumstances.

So, let us not be swayed by the fear-mongering and doom-saying that we may encounter in the vast realm of media. Instead, let us seek knowledge, clear consciousness, and critical thinking. Let us question the narratives presented to us and form our own opinions based on careful analysis and consideration.

For it is in our hands, to control our own realities and not be controlled by the whims of sensationalism and fear. Let us remember the first law of media" the unpredictable nature of events" and the second law of media "the ease with which evidence of imminent disaster can be found". And let us now embrace the wisdom of the third law of media, which reminds us to be discerning in our consumption of information and not fall victim to those who claim to have all the answers.

95% of people are asleep - they are useful idiots, zombies - even, often, with good education, experience and age. There is no point in wasting time on such people, and if they happen to get on an email list, there are special triggers that reject sleepers, as this content hurts them without benefit. That case where pain does not lead to enlightenment and understanding the right vector of change. So I try to help such people to kick out as soon as possible. It's for their own good.

Conditionally 4% of people are awake. Why does it happen to some people (and not to others?) - is a very interesting question. What was the trigger for a particular person? It's different for everyone. I have experimented for many years, but I have come to the conclusion that awakening cannot be triggered from the outside. Of course, you can create trigger situations, emulate initiations of different intensity, but the reason why one person wakes up and the other does not is beyond external influences.And the initiation itself can significantly change the overall architecture of the personality, but does not necessarily penetrate to the existential layer. This is very characteristically seen with those who have been through war.

However, the phase between awakening and action can take years, and the flow of triggers can help accelerate the transformation of personality patterns from a state of reflection and complaint to a state of action.

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Best regards,

Gleb Zamyatin, MSc
Master of Subcosnciousness
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