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Dear READERS- An Excerpt from my Book:

This book is about our common memory and dreams for the future. It is about our communities, our civility, and culture of giving. It is about our unscathed humanity we have to protect daily from infringement by authoritarian regimes in the world.It is not entirely about me, or my fellow Romanians. Being the product of socialist and capitalist systems,

My focus is on Civic engagement, precious tool I have learned in Transylvania, and civil society, that us, the global activists are fueling around the clock, and keeping this world sane and productive. I took the best out of the especially natural, healthy Romanian wisdom, and transplanted it into the Californian warm, laid back civil society where I am an activist in the Clean Money campaign up to this day.I consider California my cherished home. And Transylvania is my blessed place of birth.In Transylvania of 1963, I was born into the Communist system also called the “Romanian Golden Age of Socialism,” which was in full “bloom and progress” in the sixties.

Transylvania is not only a geographical space, but it is also a mythical place steeped in Folklore governed by Elitelore, and it is the place that gave me my roots and my way of thinking and feeling, even before I was born. The wonderful mesh between nature and mindfulness had been encrypted into my DNA with the smells of basil and marjoram.

AND NOW, watch out for Email encryption in transit, Warning Of FISHING on GMAIL:

S/MIME is used to support enhanced encryption in transit and automatically encrypts your outgoing emails if it can.

Note: These steps only work if you have S/MIME enabled on your account.

Check if a message you’re sending is encrypted

  1. Start composing a message.
  2. Add recipients to the “To” field.
  3. To the right of your recipients, you’ll see a lock icon that shows the level of encryption that is supported by your message’s recipients. If there are multiple users with various encryption levels, the icon will show the lowest encryption status.
  4. To change your S/MIME settings or learn more about your recipient’s level of encryption, click the lock, then View details.

Check if a message you received is encrypted

  1. Open a message.
  2. On an Android device: Tap View details and then View security details.
    On an iPhone or iPad: Tap View details.
  3. You’ll see a colored lock icon that shows you what level of encryption was used to send the message.

What the encryption icons mean

When you’re sending or receiving messages, you can see the level of encryption a message has. The color of the icon will change based on the level of encryption.

  • Green (S/MIME enhanced encryption)
    Encryption on
    . Suitable for your most sensitive information. S/MIME encrypts all outgoing messages if we have the recipient’s public key. Only the recipient with the corresponding private key can decrypt this message.
  • Gray (TLS – standard encryption)
    TLS standard encryption
    . Suitable for most messages. TLS (Transport Layer Security) is used for messages exchanged with other email services who don’t support S/MIME.
  • Red (no encryption)
    No encryption
    . Unencrypted mail which is not secure. Past messages sent to the recipient’s domain are used to predict whether the message you’re sending won’t be reliably encrypted.

I see the red lock icon

If you’re writing a message and see the red lock icon, consider removing these addresses or deleting the confidential information. To see which address is unencrypted, click View Details.

If you received a message with the red lock icon and the message contained particularly sensitive content, let the sender know and they can contact their email service provider.

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FACT of the day: Estimated # of People on Earth? 7.58 Billion
World population is estimated to reach 7.58 billion this month as World Population Day is celebrated on July 11 but the U.S. Census Bureau is projecting another milestone: Annual population growth will slip under 1.0% in 2020-2021 for the first time since 1950.



I love journaling, ever since I was 24 years old, in my native Transylvania.

How does MASTERY function especially when One Is Also Learning?

The symultaneous EGO is at work>
“It’s probably TRUE that success is at least partly about whom you know. But success is definitely about what you know, and what you actually do with the knowledge you gain, also.

So what can you do if you need to remember something important?

Adam Grant took a deep dive into memory research to find a simple answer. (Adam is an organizational psychologist, best-selling author, host of the superb podcast WorkLife, co-founder of Givitas, and nice enough to provide a blurb for my book.)

I found that Adam’s three-step process to remember anything you really want to remember.

1. Quiz yourself. Right

“Don’t reread stuff, or highlight it, or do any of the things you probably did in college,” Kubra Dagli says. “What you want to do is quiz yourself.”

A number of studies show that self-testing is an extremely effective way to speed up the learning process.

Partly that’s due to the additional context you naturally create. If you quiz yourself and answer incorrectly, not only are you more likely to remember the right answer after you look it up, but you’ll also remember the fact you didn’t remember. (Getting something wrong is a great way to remember it the next time, especially if you tend to be hard on yourself. DON’T)

Learn EVERYTHING in 1 hour!

We’re optimists! And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Look, we all know that there’s no such thing as 1,000% growth in a short period of time. We also know that we can’t finish a 300-page book in 30 minutes. Mastery doesn’t work that way. There are no shortcuts.

However, getting good at something is also not totally unattainable. Because like these above extreme claims, there is a counterculture that says it takes 10,000 hours (or more) to master a skill. As you might expect, I’m more on the side of that it takes longer to get good at something.

But I firmly believe there’s a difference in the way we learn. You can spend 10,000 hours doing something and learn nothing.

That’s why I’m sharing 5 things that have worked for me in the past to accelerate my learning curve and learn skills faster.

1. Use Best Practices

“Don’t reinvent the wheel.” It’s a platitude you often hear. And yet, we all think we’re majestic wheel-inventors.

When you start learning a skill, it must come from a place of humility and admiration for the practice.

Whether it’s writing, value investing, or playing the pan flute; start with the basics. I get that people want to be different and try to do new things. But no one ever started as an “original.”

We start by doing what everybody else did. Once you master the basics, you can go out and do your own thing. When I started writing, I copied my favorite authors. And I followed advice from books like On Writing, by Stephen King and Ernest Hemingway.

It’s the same with investing. I didn’t try to create my own strategy from the beginning. I learned about investing from my mentors and from books. I didn’t make decisions on my own. That only came later.

By listening to best practices, you can avoid making mistakes in the beginning. And that’s exactly why most people never get good at something. They quit too early.

Don’t be like most people. Instead, learn from the greats. And have respect for the skill you’re learning.

2. Measure And Evaluate Your Progress Weekly

Your goal is to get better at a skill, right? How do you know that you’re getting better without measuring it?

Measuring your progress is the only way you can evaluate it. You don’t need hardcore data to evaluate. I use my journal as an evaluation tool.

Every day, I write about what I’ve learned. What mistakes I made. What I need to avoid. What I want to focus on.

And every week, I review my journal and look at how it went. Did I spend enough time practicing? Did I make enough notes? What should I do differently?

Looking for tips to get started with journaling? 


Olga M Lazin

3. Get Feedback

It’s important to get input from mentors, coaches, or experts who’ve done what we’re trying to do.

I can’t stress this enough. Show your progress to an experienced person.

  • Play the guitar in front of a teacher
  • Send your articles to an established writer
  • Discuss your business model with a successful entrepreneur

If you don’t have access to an expert, consider paying someone. Getting feedback from a more experienced person is scary. I’ve been there many times.

We don’t like to be told that we’re doing things wrong. We also don’t like to look stupid. That’s normal. But what’s more important. Your feelings or your career?

Also, good mentors and coaches never make you feel bad. Remember: If make you feel bad, you’ve asked the wrong person for advice.

Seek out people who are already established and have nothing to prove. They will help you better.

4. Don’t Quit

This is so obvious that it often gets left out. You can’t master a skill if you quit early. There’s no point in talking about that.

However, understanding WHY we quit can help us to prevent quitting early. So when you’re learning a skill, your progress does not grow linearly over time. But we all expect that learning is linear.

“The more time I invest in something, the better I should get, right?” Unfortunately, learning skills don’t work that way. Our progress looks more like this:

We hit learning plateaus—and all of a sudden, we don’t get better. But the problem is that time does not stop, only our progress does—and that’s very frustrating. And what does frustration cause?

That’s right: An urge to quit. So when you stop growing, know why you want to quit. The trick is to acknowledge the urge but not giving into it.

Remember: When you accelerate your learning curve, you will still hit plateaus (see drawing). The difference is that you expect them. That alone will help you to push through plateaus.

5. Work Harder

“Yeah, but I work smart, dude!” There are always Einsteins who try to tell us that they work “smart.” Good for them. But that’s not what I’m talking about (listen to my podcast episode about working hard if you want to hear more on this).

Even if you work 2 hours a day. I’m saying: Work hard during those two hours. Every day, work hard. Don’t hold anything back.

I always thought I worked hard. But I wasn’t working nearly as hard as I am today. And I can still improve a lot.

As you and I both know, hard work is not about appearing busy or doing useless tasks. It has everything to do with focus.

I know this sounds cheesy. When you’re working; work.

Don’t go for coffee 10 times a day, stop looking at your social media apps, and don’t lounge in your chair. Don’t wander around, thinking, “what should I do now?”

If you want to learn faster, achieve more, and make a contribution, you must take your personal development seriously. You can’t slack off. This is not high school.

I’m not always a fan of black/white thinking. But when it comes to getting good at what you do, it is indeed a dual choice: Are you learning or NOT?

There’s no middle ground. You either move forward, or you go backward. Our purpose in life is actually how useful we are to other people, that is to our kins.”

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  1. DARK Sunglasses UVA/UVB protection

If there’s one thing to not leave home without (besides your wallet, phone, and keys) it’s a trusty pair of sunglasses. No matter where you’re headed, sunglasses are the perfect accessory to keep your eyes comfortable on sunny and overcast days. Dark glasses, especially, as they provide 100% UV protection.

We are going to the SONY PICTURES MOVIE HOUSE, so get vision and dark glasses, both are needed, to keep the glare away.

If you’re headed to the beach or mountains, you may want to consider polarized sunglasses as they can help reduce glare from reflective surfaces like water and snow. Wraparound styles are also great for windy conditions, as they provide more coverage to protect the eyes from flying particles and dryness.

Spare glasses/contacts

If you are an avid contact lens wearer, bring your cleaning solution and back up eyewear. You never know when one of those little guys might pop out. Bring also EYE DROPS in summer.

Even if you wear glasses, a back-up pair in the glovebox can be handy for some of life’s unexpected moments.

Eye drops

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Autor:  Dr Olga Magdalena Lazin


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