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Natural Progression in Politics by Robert Bridge

Hi my name is Robert Bridge and welcome to another one of my blogs. This is Natural Progession in Politics.
T h e year is 2016 and politics around the world is changing, so let's see how it is progressing. We see a rise in female leaders and lobbyists. Cutbacks are happening and the currencies are dropping to an all time low. Good news for people with bank accounts held in anything but sterling.
     We are seeing a change of hands in leadership and with this comes the change in temperament. The finger pointing and squabbling shows how government's are missing the important points, either that or this is simply what they want you to see and talk about.
     Tribal trains of thought are dancing together bringing classes of citizens together. With each speech a new voice is born, mostly from a place of confusion and trying to fit it.
     Alternatively we see beliefs changing which alternates the way we do our shopping. Health is important and this improving because more solutions are available to relax in a world media announcing anxiety and grief.  Interestingly this makes political arguments more interesting as more men take it on the chin waiting outside these new Anne Summer's stores.
     The rise in gamers and mobile hand held devices is rising partly due to the advancement in headphones, graphics and battery life. Paid adverts have never been more important which support the power of consumerism.
     Equally we see a dilution of beliefs in a melting pot of recent scientific and unscientific breakthroughs which make people embarrassed to stand up and be counted.


From what we know today about learning

She put the MG into third gear and took her gaze from the mirror along the dashboard to me with a look of apology.

It was a beautiful day, the soft top was down and the wind was blowing in our hair as we drove from Castletown to Port St Mary. The classic white Jaguar was nice, it reminded me of how nice a teacher she was. Long blonde hair, blue eyes and by all measures very attractive.

I'd stuck my thumb out and Miss had picked me up hitch hiking, I did this a lot on the Isle of Man during my mid twenties, a lot of women pick up hitch hikers on the Isle of Man. Without blowing my own trumpet I've always been good looking and during the prime of my youth I may have been a hit with the ladies. Not only intelligent, dressed smart and not afraid to speak my mind. I've been picked up by many old teachers over the years. As a boy because of my learning disabilities I was often punished for doing bizarre things, mainly asking questions about things, reiterating what had already been asked in order for me to understand what was being said.

They know more about learning now than they did then. The punishments left an impression on me a bit. Mainly with the way I react to punishment. On the front end I would apologise, but behind the scenes my mind would be harvesting resentment because I could not understand why people got so angry at me for the littlest things. Yes I understand this may disrupt teaching, but never really understood why I got individual treatment.

Standing in the corner of the room in a white vest and underpants, stripped of all my clothes with my face to the wall with a class full of friends looking on. Everyone after the class said they thought this was harsh. I'd had tears in my eyes, was very angry but thanked the teacher at the end of the class, like I always did. I was only eight at the time, I got good grades in exams and was willing to go any lengths to learn.

The point I am getting at is that learning in a classroom requires a respect for other students, which I remember having. The competitive side of me uses humour to distinguish me from other people. This may disrupt teachers concentration. Or make them feel the butt of my jokes. Having dyspraxia can cause a lot of this confusing behaviour. If they knew then what they know about it now they probably would have treated me differently. I am glad that I did not receive any of this sort of preference.


Natural Progression in 2016 by Robert Bridge

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Natural Progression 2016 by Robert Bridge

A natural progression can be tapped into when the fog clears. You can dip in and out like a sherbert bag. The days inbetween work themselves. Progressing naturally in your own time at your own rate gives plenty of room to do the other things in life.

You yourself can write when you can and when you struggle or find you cannot, no worries because you are accumulating something. No one is going to read or take your manuscripts until it's finished.

Transparency and self publishing a work in progress gives you something that may bring a huge sense of pride to what you do and who you are or meant to be.

The writers life opens a world of hope and dreams. Acting as a magnet where more people get behind you and boost your clear thoughts. This clears a lot of that fog or blocks you may have crafting your message. The thing is people are passionate about genres, if you position yourself in the best place for people who might like things you mention, the quicker this process could take place.

Through Natural Progression you can put your legs up. You can type with two fingers, I do not reccomend pen to paper not for this project anyway. You want the world to see this stuff. You will have to be reasonably honest else readers will see right through your posturing.

Natural Progression 2016
Life is a series of lessons and overtime we change, refine and improve. There are instances where people become so disconnected they mimic a collection of other people. It's hard to recognise these people anymore. If we cannot recognise you imagine how hard it feels to recognise yourself.

Open to a virus, where a failing strategy like this will leave you open to negativity. If you talk to impress a group of individuals to fit in, but people around you know you better than you know yourself. Your just a steam boiler waiting to blow. The best thing to do is be yourself and watch around you for mimes and mimics. It's easy to spot they often have facial twitches or cough when they are ready to chime in with impressing people. Natural Progression is about being yourself and not getting lost in unbalanced behaviour, being true to yourself and not parroting irrelevant information that makes people cringe.

Answers help us focus, we all want to help. I might but a bee in someone's bonnet by saying please stop looking for broad answers to the world's problems. Yes getting involved is going to make you fit in better. The time spent fitting into other organisations fallible structures will not last the test of time. Throughout the day however we do accumulate more stuff which makes us feel productive. This clashes with the solitary writer. I am not suggesting a continual anti thesis I just pointing out the minds eye of blocks and fog out there.

People need to go into the mind to find the voices shelved in areas of the mind outside of explanation. I have spoke to many writers who have wrote books outside there fields not easily able to explain the origins of such successful series of novels. Nature is a great catalyst. Free animal's and roadside experiences are but two triggers. Imagine being so consumed by a personal experience unique to you it fires dreams and new ways of enteurpreting the world.

The turnip at Halloween. The leak in Shakespeare. ET in a bicycles basket flying over the moon. These are examples I imagine and attribute to case and point. Writing is a basic skill, ideas come from a series of events. Your mandate should be writing something unique that makes people think in modern ways. And should be something worthy of saving rather than downloading and deleting. If you have a heap of stuff in your reading cloud always hang on to the things you treasure. If it's crap get rid of it, no one is going to judge you for being you and the interests and hunches you have yourself.

Are you writing to impress your lover? You might be. You might even be single like me, but still there is that niggling new romantic in you. This maybe the flattening block holding you back, or perhaps you know yourself readers don't want raw bones, nuts and bolts stuff. They want takeaways, wake up calls and bed time stories.

There is a saying 'a sucker is born everyday'. People do stuff that makes them assholes, or do the work associate with these such unfortunates. This sort of thing happens to us all, get over it and when your ready reconnect with Natural Progression. You should hold this stuff close, just outside like a doormat. When someone holds up the mirro and tells you what they have to look at it can go two ways. Please do not do this to anybody it might upset them, especially if they are already upset. Imagine decades of intermittent writing allowing you time out, Kit Kat, Diet Coke break.


What schools of thought meant to different people

The Franfurt School of Academics have all sorts of secrets and mean different things to different people. 

Some other authors use these mid 20th century authors literature to touch base with cultural implications of whatever points they are bringing to the frey in their writing.

It's no secret knowing that depending on where you live and your geolocation has a big influence on how you see things. 

Some people call this looking through the world of rose tinted glasses. Others are caught up in the conditioning of their own lives. 

They are shaped on edge, operating at night time dark veil. Using infrared green lensed night glasses is the way they see things. Night goggles represent how on edge they are, understandable when you look at where they live and the levels of conflict they are exposed too. 

This gives us a basic understanding of why later authors attach good and bad labels to authors. 

These sorts of habits and experience give writers shortcuts to where they are, to where they want to be. 

The manifestos made by these Germanic academic authors march around the world educating the world inorder to get writing jobs. 

These jobs have rhythm and reason. 

Understanding the cultural implications puts a helpful coat to prime your language understanding and developing cultural art.


What quality of services should we provide?

When you have a business online you should provide the best service possible. This might meean developing a training programme for new people who do stuff for you.

If its a whole new industry and you are providing services or products that enable this industry you want to be educating people (clients or customers).

Technology plays a key role in today's consumer world.

If for example you get a website in a ranking position of knowing in your area in order to stay there without revealing all your secrets you are going to keep up to date with any competition.

If you know where your duties lies as far as keeping clients happy and are tuned into actual up to date feedback then everything should be ok.

There are shortcuts you can use that should evolve with natural progression.

Overtime you develop an understanding of what works and what does not work.

These are the sorts of secrets you should be taking to the grave with you.

Ideally you will bring these skills to any other projects you get involved in.

These are the sort of skills you can develop through reading and writing in a language of the heart towards building on your own literature.

If you want to make a mark in your industry and people to believe in whatever good it is you bring to the world then all the better for you.

Secrets On How To Get Writing Jobs With Good Language And Literature Habits

A lot of people think they can write a book in a day but you and I know that this is simply not possible.

Experts know that to write good literature requires discipline. A few good shortcuts need postive habits and a basic understanding of language skills.

Once you are able to master the art of writing jobs expert's do day in day out speedily you can not go wrong.

Keeping secrets under your pillow is not going to get you a publishing deal. Luckily there is a few good places left where you can go to get things done.

English language and literature is full of local colloquial slang terms depending on which part of the country your from.

If therefore you need to reach a greater global audience you need to clear up a lot of misunderstanding that may come about.

Secrets, shortcuts and constant contact with healthy habits will increase your chance of getting offered writing jobs.

Having a book on the matter is just a big CV and you should at the end be really proud of what you have achieved.

To write quicker online there is a couple of tips worth practicing.

If you practised theses things everytime you write sections soon you will have that CV that everyone else talk about you behind your back ( in a good way ).


Dan Millman at TEDxBerkeley

Dan Millman has a nice film about him, its about sports motivation you'll like it. This Ted Talk shows that even at 68 years of age coach Dan Millman is still able to display Athletic actions as well as coach.

The film is about an imaginary coach and is a uplifting story of injury, overcoming injuries and successfully winning. If you enjoy the TedXBerkley talk check out the film, its called 'Peaceful Warrior'.


Natural Progression in the field of Science

Science has long been revered in the publishing and teaching industry. As you know publishing has like most topics I write about here follow some sort of natural progression. No revelations here you might think, any recent student of science will tell you a similar interesting story and as I am not a graduate of science it would be foolish of me to write about all the new areas open to our global educational index. However self education is very important to me and is something I always try to install into my updates.

The natural progression of science I would like to focus on which is very good in the publishing of science in all its facets is coding. Coding is a mine field that has not yet been easily documented in a way in which is practical for finding employment. Many new roads of coding lead to making previous languages obsolete. This sort of derivation is fine compared to localised languages around the world. That said some areas that could be not worth learning for somebody new wanting to gain employment in a certain field has already proved its weight in salt. When new languages are being taught particularly online in the self educational space its hard to visualise the end point for employment and the practicality of this sort of coding becomes uncertain and unknown to the student.

Also in coding unlike science the effects or the end result of the work done in coding is not all that spectacular. The roles of coding can seem mundane to the untrained eye. So how can we visualise on the practicalities of programming? Also you can read about three things in coding that are said to be spectacular, attractive, exciting in some way when actually its not all that exciting they just say it is in the hope that you will stay happy long enough to stick around and learn enough new code in one area of publishing or calculating so as to be able to employ you for a few years whilst that new language is in beta level. This at the moment I believe is to do with funding, so the more money that is pumped into a language the more chance there will be more work to pass around. And people can go on stage and try and speak about new things. I sure you agree many speakers have already been given topics which when they come to speak the topic is already a nostalgic and often less practical subject, so if you want to keep ahead of the curve keep learning and trying to make connections with what works in the work place. But also be mindful that these new teachings help make way for new younger employees so as to keep an even keel in the employment sector. You must have some sort of practical experience and you can get this easily whilst studying by applying straight to the horses mouth. You might have to travel or connect with people face to face via Skype as some sort of conversation needs to happen. Ask any scientist they will tell you a similar thing. Its all very well staying indoors focusing on an explanation but by going out and sharing where your head is at there is more chance of your brains frequency of making tangible positive ripples in the field your in.

So what is coding? What language does what best? In what field does science spill into in the real world. You could speak to other scientists and find out where they ended up. Which journals took them under there wing and what feedback helped them to progress in life and career. Where to start and where to focus. I could give you a list of languages but chances are in a couple of years many new ones will pop up.

What is the difference between a developer and programmer?

How are app developers not necessarily what individual employers are looking for?

How has publishing changed and why is science such a leader in understanding all this structural information?

Why do young scientists have what it is you are looking for and once you find the right person how then can you quickly and easily qualify them? For example some hurdles you might face is that you both speak to different languages, its very similar in IT.

When you want something simple done in coding, where can you turn, who do you speak to and where do you draw the line and admit it is over your teachability index?


Information about the future and searches online

Subscribe to me on FriendFeed Everyone are searching for new things on the backend of information that has already been completed in a sense. The variety of ways of consuming information on the internet as much as the way in which the queries are made in search. Search engines are evolving to keep up with the number one search engine. As the predictive text in search expands the sections of information expand. Search is therefore a suggestive tool to predict the future. The further you manage to drill down and find what is happening gives incite into what might be trends worth investing time in. The creative mind is a way of keeping busy and trying out many different ways of producing content in a format most fitting for the audience. In this short article I will share what I know. From this I hope more people will continue to contribute in creative mode, creating new content for people to consume. If video's are your thing this may help you plan your next video. If presentations and speaking in front of an audience is you, then I am sure you will already understand what I am talking about. My hope is this article may trigger something in you to improve on your patterns of creativity to wow your audience. If you are a writer this will give you inspiration to keep on creating your own research and share it on multi platforms to improve your visibility on the social side of the world wide web. Everyone lives in their own world of curiosity, searching online creates a pattern, which is universal in many different ways. Looking outside of your own box requires and understanding of requirements needed for different people, who perhaps use certain terminology. These people will not notice if you use or introduce other special terminology and feel confused and click away. The argument for this is that as much as the search is changing, so is the acceptable synonyms in a sense although useful for developing new content is also a risk because of this risk of people feeling tired and confused by new information. Spaces converge when similarities occur. This is nothing new, from country music to punk rock people recognise the new terminology over time. Those at the forefront of these trends have opportunities to attend the best events and sing-a-long with people who at a later date will be unreachable due to the success and demand the consumer world makes on those individuals. This is when creativity and expansion slows down, the desire to move offline and relax sets in and the next generation move in and continue doing the same stuff that works. They may use better graphics or software that creates professional content into the best video, or they may have purchased software and explained how they used that software. If you are proud of what you have done, made the necessary adjustments to keep in the top 3 of all time of the long tail definition everything you represent makes complete sense. Reformatting copyright information is all that is left and the style your website uses from the response time or the selection of fonts again represents something to the audience you speak too. The lexical nostalgia for text is an interesting concept. Contrastingly when changes occur from size to variations of HTML, people get tired no matter how nostalgic. A great way to test this is simple copy in a format which is outside the reach of normal search engines. Then we have the world wide web 3 -5 another concept I assume may also add to the requirements people expect. Similarly creating content on website properties that are not investing in https access, again could make certain people doubt whatever it is they are reading. After all in theory a five year old could create this content. Imagine this, ever since you were born like when you learned the secondary language of your mother tongue a child understands and has the conscious competence to type a certain amount of words a minute. The ability to learn for the corrections made, the foreword thinking of finding and more importantly using on a regular basis methods that help creation stand out. Predictive text is a good example with the speed of typing text without completing words. On the internet particularly the major search, the added text at the end of a sequence of words begins to expand into sentences, paragraphs and exact retrieval of original sources. The same goes for images. From presentation to video or text to image these pockets of duplicate creativity have not yet totally converged. I have always been a believer in a better future, with more truth and transparency and have been educated enough to know that citing anything that is not of your own making will also yield respect and unity from people also interested in the original creators of this sort of useful creativity. People constructively resonate with different types of people it maybe age group, else it maybe attraction. For example a women can often explain something in a completely different way simply by saying the same thing, if she is building an audience and at the top of her game, these old styles of creativity will start trending again in that particular community. The search will already have all the answers. People who want to fast track there way in can invest on the top positions and have banners and pop ups placed in all-sorts of positions on video's especially. Video's again are advertisements that people invest to have those video's broadcast on different platforms often hidden from search. Reaching large audiences, some will be excited by the reminder of the past, many will simply enjoy the new information, citing information is just one way of keeping yourself in check. Sometime in the future if someone decides to research the words you string together the origins of where it all came from will eventually be revealed to themselves. You do not want to create any disenchantment when making your point. And regardless of how far the understanding goes, thought and creativity are two different things. Creativity online no matter what anyone tell you are always inspired by times of the year at certain celebrations. Similarly the shape of the moon can help understand peoples patterns. The problem seems to be to many people spend time in thought instead of meditative journals of their own progression. And when everything is in place the temptation is to change everything, close everything down or ask for a donation of create in a format which brings a return on investment of time. History however offline often made in groups and contained in faculties has many of the answers that people seek. There are many symposiums happening all around the world at any given moment, which make people stumble upon things, who knows it may even be something you said, whist in creative mode which is archived online someplace that this group picks upon and chooses to share in all the right places. For example if you share this article in your Google community group there maybe more of a chance that someone in your Google community group might also share. Lots of +'s can really help. Many of these shares now automatically get shared elsewhere in one swoop. From Tumblr to Twitter, it all adds to the revival and curious nostalgia of the past. I could talk about this for ages but I will stop there because it is nothing new. To wrap this very basic point I am presenting here is this, not every search engine and browser is keeping up with the curve old is often better than new. The new text might look good on your phone, but on someone else's in another country it may not even load. Additionally there are so many browsers that people still use that by keeping it very simple you are maximising your chances of messages getting across. This can also conflict in flash on video's that do not play on phone. Depending on your conversions and expectations this means you should test this stuff. The speed it takes to load, the next new set of codes, web platforms of java script could actually be holding you back from where you were five years ago and where you are going today. The ability to reinforce and reignite helpful information in the most secluded groups means anything is possible and also adds to the amount of queries being typed or spoken into search queries. This year is no different to any other year. And as I have already mentioned my faith in the translation of texts between the various modalities remains the same. The impact it has on me and anyone else however regardless of age is something we should all admire. Its nice to try a bit of everything when creating content. From text to presentation, presentation to video or presentation live recorded in front of an audience. Its all team building and adds to the social proof, there is always an easier way to syndicate this stuff too. I could go on and on but for now since this is my first article I will end it there. Thanks for reading. www.isnare.com is where I have submitted this article, hopefully they publish and syndicate so other people can share. 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