Politics, Is it Like Any Other Job?

I am a politician, is it respectful or stressful, is it rewarding or strenuous, is it happiness or corruption, I am confused. The other day I was looking into the possibilities of a good career prospective. And guess which option I stumbled upon. POLITICS! And as I googled the pros and cons of this career option, something struck me. While perceived as bad, illegal, dark, dirty, joining the political system is a lifelong commitment- (Considering the fact that the most senior members never retire ever), this is a life. Someone who is willing to be in the limelight for any reason, someone who doesn’t care what others think of, someone who is sure of success, someone who is daring and willing to fight at any cost is a politician. The Pros are far too many- Money, power, responsibility, publicity come in many forms. With the right amount of exposure and good work, people will notice and appreciate you. Be aware this positive appreciation is always being followed by evil opposition parties. Being never a 9-5 standard job, commitment towards your duties is more a priority. Even if you fail to brush your teeth in the morning, you need to decide your next move or be ready for your party meeting. Election seasons/ news clips/ or any scandalous times are the most stressful. Being fluent in many languages, authoritative spirit and a friendly nature are sometimes too much in demand that you may choose to live in another’s shoes. While young Indian political leaders are never encouraged, it helps to have a family political backing. All in all, it’s just like any other job, with a few exceptions of time and amount of work. Any number of holidays can be taken provided you do your job well. The job is well paying too, but can result in illegal ventures, and greed naturally steps in. While the satisfaction of a job well done can be imagined as in any job, it’s quite an effort to step in honesty within this system. A good person is either eliminated or made to join the evil, and good triumphs evil happy ending is a rare scenario. While the system is changing, students are interested in the political happenings in the country; many are coming out of their shell and voicing their opinions. Student organisations are now braver and demand a change. Rising corruption, rape cases, immorality and evil doings in the country are now open to the public. The young Indian politicians want a change and are doing their bit to water the fires down. Let’s encourage our children, grandchildren, friends, cousins, and the next door neighbour who fights daily to burn alive the Indian oil of honesty and respect. While films, theatres are a good way to spread awareness to students, schools should do their bit to encourage people for their greater good. One of the great leaders on Maharashtra, Shree Prashant Thakur. Shree Prashant Thakur, MLA Panvel has always been encouraging youth. Prashant Thakur, MLA Panvel, have always been on front for emerging young political leaders from the Congress who is all set to make a difference with youth power. The youth taking keen interest in the politics is what our country needs at this time. With large youth population, our country can soar to heights and become the super power of the world in all spheres. The world largest youth populated country is all set to go to polls this 2014. It’s only before time when the results of the poll will declare if the future of Indian political system depends on young political leaders. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=1905272&ca=Career

The Politics of Oil and Gas.

Oil is a vital, strategic material; any change in its price or supply has an impact on almost every aspect of peoples’ lives. Oil, along with the other fossil fuels (coal and natural gas) account for 90 percent of the energy used in industrial countries and 75 percent of the energy worldwide. In 1900, coal was king; it was the basis for 55 percent of all the world’s energy use. Oil and natural gas were barely on the scene, contributing between them just three percent of the world’s energy. A century later, according to a British Petroleum report in 2006, coal provided 25 percent of the world’s energy, natural gas 23 percent, and oil was still dominant at 37 percent. Short Term There’s Plenty of Oil Almost 40 years ago, The Club of Rome published a report that spooked everyone; the world was running out of oil it said. The “Limits to Growth” study predicted the world’s oil reserves would be exhausted by 1990. They were wrong. The Club of Rome’s experts said, in 1972, there were only 550 billion barrels of oil left. Since then, there have been many other doom and gloom predictions about oil shortages. So far, they’ve all been wrong. According to The Oil and Gas Journal (January 1, 2009), there are about 1.3 trillion barrels of proven oil reserves left in the world. At the current rate of use – about 85 million barrels a day – there’s enough oil left to last 41 years. And, this doesn’t take into account the-who-knows-how-many barrels of undiscovered reserves. High Oil Prices Bring Political Stability Several Persian Gulf States, Russia, former Soviet Central Asian Republics, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, and Nigeria depend heavily on high oil prices. The income from oil supports whatever political and social stability these countries have. But, in the spring of 2000, most of the nations listed were pretty shaky even with oil prices flirting with historical highs of $30 U.S. a barrel. Oil Companies not in the Democracy Business Few things can cause people in the boardrooms of international corporations to break out in a cold sweat more than political instability. If the certainty and stability that keeps executives calm is achieved through authoritarian governments, so be it. As far as corporations are concerned, their business generally is not promoting democracy. Looking at the world’s major oil producers more than a few of them have non-democratic governments. In fact, the list is almost a roll-call of authoritarian regimes. Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy. Kazakhstan is a dictatorship. Brunei (absolute monarchy); Turkmenistan (dictatorship); Libya (dictatorship); Iran (theocracy); Iraq (war-ravaged); Kuwait (absolute monarchy), and on, and on. High Oil Prices Good for Security Having really tough governments in place tends to ensure stability – for a while. But, the repression worries the people whose job it is to be anxious about global security. As they sit in their universities, and departments of strategic studies and suck on the ends of their pencils they visualize a world with low oil prices, and most of them don’t like what they see. The conventional thinking is that a steady flow of oil wealth keeps the lid on revolution. Oil-rich dictators and monarchs can toss a few goodies to the masses in the form of hospitals and schools. This keeps them from agitating for freedom and democracy. The New York Times reported on March 28, 1999 on the effects of low oil income: “In Mexico, Nigeria, Venezuela, Algeria, and even in the world’s largest oil producer, Saudi Arabia, shrunken budgets are straining social and political cohesion.” Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=677982&ca=Wellness%2C+Fitness+and+Diet

The Chlorine Philosophy

Chlorine has been a pioneer in cleaning and sanitizing pools and tubs. It has widely been used for several years now. Chlorine has been effective in keeping away harmful debris and microorganisms from the pool. However, chlorinated pools has been said to be very difficult to maintain. It seems that a lot of people do not like chlorine as their sanitizer anymore. Can we blame them? Seriously, shifting to a new sanitizer can be both pricy and troublesome. This means having to go off your cleaning routine and chemicals and changing into a new one. Now, this wouldn’t be a problem for some people. But for others, it may mean the world. These people just do not want to partake in it. Some people are just not use to change and going out of their pool management routine is just out of the question. So what’s left for these people? What should these people do to be able to continue with their chlorinated pool? What’s left for people who just do not want to make the shift? Any problem can be best solved by enumerating what the problem really is. By doing this, one is better acquainted with the dilemma. With that said, the questions is; “why is chlorinated pools hard to maintain?” Let us get on the bottom of things. A chlorine treated pool is hard to maintain because: 1. The chlorine levels in the pool switch from high to low very quickly 2. There is a constant need to add in chlorine (usually on a daily basis) 3. Chlorine shock does not work at several times of the day Now, let’s get down to business. The following are statements that will address the very issues that are stated above. FACT 1: Chlorine becomes ineffective after fighting off microorganisms Imagine chlorine as a band of 4 brothers. They were playing rock music in a bar when 8 men with guns dropped by. These gunmen threaten to hurt everyone in that bar if they do not get what they want. And of course, they want all the jewelry and money of all the people inside the bar. The 1st and 2nd brother sprung into action, fighting off the gunmen. The 3rd and 4th brother flung in next. But because the brothers were out numbered, they lost the battle. Chlorine is just like this. When a chlorine particle is off fighting a contaminant, this particle cannot take on another contaminant. It’s a one-on-one kind of show. A chlorine particle becomes ineffective once it is in the midst of its battle. There is a constant need to add in chlorine to the people to aid the ones who are already preoccupied. It’s like calling the police on those gunmen. This fact explains the first two statements of the problem. FACT 2: Chlorine shock is ineffective when faced with the sun Chlorine is null when faced with the sun. That’s it. It just doesn’t work when the sun is shinning. This explains the 3rd statement of the problem. The solutions: – Continue adding chlorine to your pool. Use water test strips to help you. Do not get irritated if your pool needs more chlorine. It needs chlorine to be able to protect you. – Shock your pool after the dark or early morning. There is always a solution. Now that you know what they are, apply them to your chlorine pool philosophy and everything will be alright. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=820858&ca=Home+Management

The True Philosophy of a Cat

The Man felt very despondently. He knew that the Cat well. One day, his cat was sick. The doctor had said there wasn’t anything more that could be done,that he should take the Cat home and make him as comfortable as possible. “Why do you cry, Man? “the Cat asded.”Because you can’t bear the thought of losing me?Because you think you can never replace me? “The Man nodded “yes.”    “And where do you think I’ll be when I leave you?”the Cat asked. The Man shrugged helplessly. “Close your eyes, Man,” the Cat said. The Man gave him a questioning look, but did as he was told. The Man was very sad. He knew that the Cat’s days were numbered.The doctor had said there wasn’t anything more that could be done,that he should take the Cat home and make him as comfortable as possible. “What color are my eyes and fur?” the Cat asked. “Your eyes are gold and your fur is a rich, warm brown.” the Man replied.    “And where is it that you most often see me?”asked the Cat. “I see you…on the kitchen windowsill watching the birds…on my favorite chair…on my desk lying on the papers I need…on the pillow next to my head at night.” “Then, whenever you wish to see me, all you must do is close your eyes.” said the Cat.    “Pick up that piece of string from the floor——there, my toy.” The Man opened his eyes, then reached over and picked up the string. It was about two feet long and the Cat had been able to entertain himself for hours with it. “Now take each end of the string in one hand.”the Cat ordered. The Man did so. The man stroked the Cat on his lap and sighed.The Cat opened his eyes, purred and looked up at the Man. A tear rolled down the Man’s cheek and landed on the Cat’s forehead.The Cat gave him a slightly annoyed look. “The end in your left hand is my birth and the end in your right hand is my death. Now bring the two ends together” the Cat said. The Man complied. “You have made a continuous circle” said the cat. “Does any point along the string appear to be different, worse or better than any other part of the string?” The Man inspected the string and then shook his head “no”. “Close your eyes again” the Cat said. “Now lick your hand.” The Man widened his eyes in surprise. The Man felt foolish, licking his hand, but he did as he was told. He discovered what a cat must know, that licking a paw is very calming and allows one to think more clearly. He continued licking and the corners of his mouth turned upward into the first smile he had shown in days. He waited for the Cat to tell him to stop,and when he didn’t, he opened his eyes. The Cat’s eyes were closed.The Man stroked the warm, brown fur, but the Cat was gone. The Man shut his eyes hard as the tears poured down his face. He saw the Cat on the windowsill, then in his bed, then lying across his important papers. He saw him on the pillow next to his head, saw his bright gold eyes and darkest brown on his nose and ears. He opened his eyes and through his tears looked over at the circle of string he still held clutched in his hand. One day, not long after, there was a new Cat on his lap. She was a lovely calico and white…very different from his earlier beloved Cat and very much the same. “Just do it” the Cat said. “Lick your hand,think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the pieces of string.” Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=730172&ca=Pets

The Robbins’ Philosophy

For different people, the value of life holds different weights. Success is defined differently depending on one’s perspective. Today, many life-changing philosophies express the value of achievement and fulfillment within the confines of finding a tangible passion. In the pursuit of happiness, people turn to life coaches and inspirational giants to help them achieve the success that they desire. One of these giants is Tony Robbins. Already regarded as a successful life coach and motivational speaker, Robbins possesses a positive outlook that he willingly shares. Thinking the Robbin’s Way has become a philosophy that is applied to reach one’s life potential, financial freedom, and purpose driven living. His status and charm suggests that finding a dynamic journey towards a life of success is possible. The Robbins’ Philosophy can be summarized in this quote: The only true security in life comes from knowing that every single day you are improving yourself in some way. These words of wisdom suggest two things which are improvement come from the science of achievement and achievement breeds an intricate art of life fulfillment. Knowing that there is room for improvement and focusing all our energies to reach our potential transcends the boundaries and limitations set even by the institutional structures today. As one can say, success knows no race, gender, religion, or financial status. Tony Robbins also believes in transforming your dreams into reality. By following certain rules to become a result-oriented person, following a direction towards a vision will help make you the success that you believe you are. Tony Robbins helps build the foundation to drive a different outlook to life. Whatever your goals are, his philosophy will always help you find the momentum to achieve it. Tony Robbins’ intricate thoughts contain a plethora of different ideas. First, he maintains the importance of the physical body in connection with one’s emotional state. Controlling the physical state will prevent you from making emotional decisions that can go wrong most of the time. Another important note is his view on the importance of reflection. Having regular reflection will allow you to ask questions about yourself as a feedback to your actions. Thus, the quality of your life is proportional to the quality of questions you ask yourself. Reflection and meditation is perhaps the one important thing that people overlook. Meditation and self-talk puts us in a position where we rate ourselves and give ourselves our own life-score. Knowing our life-score will let us know where we are and how to get where we want to be. Tony Robbins emphasizes that understanding ones self will keep us in constant check with our sense of achievement and fulfillment. Tony Robbins also borrows the psychological concepts of pain and pleasure and how rewards and hurting can help mold our outlook in life. Tony Robbins also values creativity during the time of routine and as a tool to escape being stuck. Doing the unexpected is a way to break out our shell and move forward. Finding the ability to visualize your goals and tasks ahead will help you achieve a sense of fulfillment for every step of success that allows you to move forward. For Tony Robbins, visualizing achievements gives you something to feel good about. The philosophy of Tony Robbins is definitely a part of an inspiring message that one can master. Whether you are achieving financial success or reaching your life potential, structuring our lives under the philosophies of inspirational giants and life coaches such as Tony Robbins will help you set a clearer path toward your ultimate goals. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=222756&ca=Education

American Conservative Political Philosophy

The Classical Conservative Definition:
A classical conservative values tradition and freedom over governmental power. Conservatives, under this definition, advocate a free market economy without governmental intervention. Conservatives tend to view government as a necessary evil, whose primary responsibility is to protect people from violation of their rights and freedom by others. Conservatives distinguish this from government taking action to guarantee people’s rights and freedom (a subtle, but important distinction). Conservatives think of morality as something that binds people into groups through loyalty and authority (in certain cases, substituting religion for authority). Conservatives tend to be tribalists.

There is likely not as much difference between the two philosophies as you may have thought. The distinctions are subtle, but they do lead to a different philosophy of both the purpose, and responsibilities of government. Distinctions between the two philosophies shift and morph to suit the politics of the day.

Conservatives are usually regarded as associated with the Republican Party, liberals with the Democratic Party. This is an over-generalization.

Both parties embrace certain conservative and liberal tendencies. Moreover, it does not account for those that do not affiliate with either party, standing as independents, a very large segment of America’s political society.

Edmund Burke is often regarded as the founder of the conservative philosophy. Burke stated in 1791 that it was not necessary to tear apart society to cure its evils:

“An ignorant man who is not fool enough to meddle with his clock, is however sufficiently confident to think he can safely take to pieces, and put together at his pleasure, a moral machine of another guise, importance and complexity, composed of far other wheels, and springs, and balances, and counteracting and co-operating powers.

Men little think how immorally they act in rashly meddling with what they do not understand. Their delusive good intention is no sort of excuse for their presumption. They who truly mean well must be fearful of acting ill.”

Burke professed that change should only be made when fully aware of the consequences of the actions. Society is complex and interconnected, so changes must be made with deliberation and knowledge of history. The damage from miscalculated changes can be too disastrous to society, to do otherwise.

This is not to say conservatives oppose change. Conservatives recognize that change is necessary in society; however, conservatives move at a slower pace than liberals.

The Modern Conservative Movement
Many credit Russell Kirk’s 1953 book, “The Conservative Mind” with the birth of the modern conservative movement in the United States. In 1957, Kirk condensed he beliefs in “The Essence of Conservatism:”

“…The conservative is a person who endeavors to conserve the best in our traditions and our institutions, reconciling that best with necessary reform from time to time…Our American War of Independence…especially in the works of John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison, we find a sober and tested conservatism founded upon an understanding of history and human nature. The Constitution which the leaders of that generation drew up has proved to be the most successful conservative device in all history.”

In this statement, Kirk restated that the U.S. Constitution is an instrument that protects people from abuse by government; in that regard, the Constitution must be strictly interpreted to guarantee that protection.

Barry Goldwater was the first politician to waive the modern conservative banner. His book, “The Conscience of a Conservative” was required reading at Harvard, at least for a while. When running for president in 1964, Goldwater promised to enforce the U.S. Constitution.

However, it was Ronald Reagan that legitimized the conservative political philosophy as President in 1980. He ran on a platform of cutting government, as he did when governor in California, where his main reform was in welfare.

As President, Reagan cut taxes in his first year. Whether as a direct result or not, the U.S. economy began an unprecedented economic boom in 1982 that lasted until 2001. However, Reagan will also be remembered for not only his economic forecast in 1982, but his prophesy that: “The march of freedom and democracy … will leave Marxism-Leninism on the ash-heap of history as it has left other tyrannies which stifle the freedom and muzzle the self-expression of the people.”

The fall of the Berlin wall came in 1989, followed by the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

In looking at the above comparison of conservative and liberal values, it is apparent that arguments can be made for the value of either position. However, such a limited view misses the point. Combining both philosophies can take the best from each to provide solutions to our problems.

As an example, take the issue of trust as to whether government is the best answer to our problems. Conservatives are wary to trust government as the answer; liberals tend to see government as a necessary evil, but still the best answer to solve our problems. Both are appropriate views. Our Founding Fathers recognized this dilemma and developed a system of checks and balances, a separation of powers for an effective government, but one that never developed too much power over its citizens.

The Founding Fathers listened to both sides of the conservative and liberal argument to try to find a system that meets the needs of all.

Today, our society needs to move forward to meet new challenges; liberals say we need new solutions to those challenges; conservatives say we need to trust proven solutions because miscalculation could make our problems worse. Again, both views have value; and a blending of both is likely the best answer: learn from the past, while we forge the future.

Unfortunately, our politics have become too polarized and too divisive. People take positions rather than work together. Political parties provide those positions. Many Republicans revert to religion as a bastion, while many Democrats turn their party into a religion.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Profound Impact on Philosophy and Politics

The French Revolution was the result of a culmination of ideas. Philosophers introduced new ideas to the literate elite. The elite put those ideas into motion. It resulted in a period of radical social upheaval and genocide that changed the course of civilization.

The mass murders and guillotining of people in the Vendee district of western France were unparalleled at the time and not to be exceeded until the genocides of the 20th century.

The French Revolution was a direct result of the philosophical period called The Enlightenment. Historians date the Enlightenment to roughly the middle decades of the 1700s. The major philosophical shift that occurred in the Enlightenment was a turning away from revelation (the Bible) as the authoritative source of absolute truth and the embrace of human reason as the source of truth. It is often called the age of reason although there was much illogic and anti-reason about it.

The Enlightenment philosophers embraced Natural Law as the principle way of understanding human relations. The philosophers believed in God but by rejecting propositional (Bible) revelation they limited themselves to revelation in nature.

Natural Law is the concept that God’s laws are embedded in nature and if we just observe man in the primitive state we will see the behaviors that are universal among all people and we can enact laws based on these principles. That idea sounds practical but the way the Enlightenment philosophers pursued it was flawed from the start.

The fatal flaw of Enlightenment philosophy was that by rejecting the Bible they rejected the concept of original sin and this caused them to conclude that man is “basically good” and the reason for social vice is man’s corruption by civilization. This is the myth of “The Noble Savage”

Prominent among the Enlightenment philosophers was Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778). Ironically he was born to a Calvinist father. His mother died when he was an infant. Calvinism is very conservative Christian theology. Rousseau apparently rejected Calvinism from an early age.

He gives details on his many extramarital affairs in his autobiography titled, “Confessions.” He had five children by one mistress and he abandoned all five into a Paris orphanage. This was at a time when conditions in orphanages were such that eighty percent of the children did not live to adulthood.

Rousseau’s major works were numerous and included “Discourse on the Source of Inequality,” “The Social Contract” and the novel “Emile” among others.

His novel Emile is his philosophy of education expressed in the fictional story of a boy named Emile. This book got him into serious trouble because one of his characters in the novel is a priest who abandoned Christianity and embraced natural religion. The natural religion was essentially Deism which looks to nature rather than the Bible as the source of moral guidance. Emile was banned by the Parisian authorities and Rousseau was forced to leave France.

Rousseau’ writings were immensely popular and radically influenced a generation of thinkers and political leaders. Rousseau is considered one of the foremost Enlightenment philosophers yet in many ways his writings can be seen as anti-Enlightenment or postenlightenment. The Enlightenment purists confined their thinking about nature to viewing it as governed by laws of mechanics and mathematical principles. Rousseau viewed nature in a bit more of a subjective and fluid way. He did not confine himself to rigid logical reasoning.
Rousseau in some ways could be seen as a Romantic philosopher. Romanticism came along in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Romanticism rejected reason in favor of emotion. Its return to nature was more subjective, passionate and radical.

Rousseau died eleven years before the revolution but his writings greatly influenced the radicals who brought on the French Revolution and their attempt to remove Christianity from France. The revolutionaries took over Notre Dame Cathedral and displayed a French prostitute there as “the goddess of reason.” They also abolished the seven day week and instituted a ten day week with every tenth day as a day off. Their Reign of Terror in the early 1790s was a loathsome picture of human nature that had rejected Christian morals.

Rousseau had very little influence on the American Revolution which was raging at the time of his death. The founding fathers of the United States rejected the Enlightenment notion that man is basically good. The American founders quoted the Bible far more than any other source in their writings.

The American founders believed in original sin and wrote a constitution that separated the powers of government into three branches to prevent too much power being concentrated in one individual. The French Revolution by contrast ultimately gave all power to Napoleon who went on to try to conquer Europe.

Rousseau greatly influenced Immanuel Kant (1724-1804). Conservative Christian theologian R. C. Sproul has called Kant one of the most influential philosophers in all of world history. Kant really bridged the Enlightenment and the Romantics. Karl Marx, a political philosopher of immense and tragic influence, was also heavily influenced by Rousseau.

Rousseau’s legacy was a major contribution to the philosophical optimism that asserts that man, through the advance of science and art, can perfect himself and build a perfect society on earth. This optimism continued for more than a century until it crashed on the shoals of the World Wars, Hitler’s genocide and the abject failure of communism to succeed as a social experiment.

The Enlightenment rejection of the Bible has had tragic consequences that reverberate down to our own day. The Bible is God’s revelation to us. In the Bible God’s wisdom and truth is clearly stated. Furthermore the Bible is confirmed by more than 2,000 predictive prophecies that have been fulfilled or are being fulfilled down to our own day.

No other sacred writing of any other faith has anything to compare with the Bible’s record of prophecy and fulfillment. The prophecies and their fulfillments give logical proof that the Bible is inspired by God.

The Bible gives clear guidance through commandments that lay the basis for orderly civil society. The Bible’s commands regarding family life are particularly wise and essential for protection and care of children. The social chaos of western civilization today is a direct result of abandoning God’s wisdom expressed in the Bible. I’m happy to say that many are returning to the Bible and receiving spiritual rebirth through Christ.

Intorduction to Anarchist Philosophy

Anarchism is the political belief that society should have no government, laws, police, or other authority, but should be a free association of all its members. Anarchist Philosophy is, in essence a continually debated philosophy with a broad range of viewpoints. One example of of such a point of view is that of William Godwin, a well known and popular anarchist philosopher who lived in Britain in the late 18th century, who believed that the “euthanasia of government” would be achieved through “individual moral reformation”.

Anarchism is a philosophy on a political plane that takes into consideration ideals and opinions which view the state, as an instated governing force, to not be required, oppressive, and harmful to the further liberation and evolution of mankind.

Particular anarchists sometimes have more or less ideas for what anarchism means to them, many anarchists philosophize with each other on whose ideas, or which strain of anarchism is purer. Really, this is anarchism in its most basic form – an ever changing and very personal set of ideas that can constantly change and adapt to however the person wishes to apply them to his or her own life.

According to The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, “there is no single defining position that all anarchists hold, and those considered anarchists at best share a certain family resemblance.”

Anarchism can be a political theory which aims to create anarchy, “the absence of a master, of a sovereign.” (P-J Proudhon, What is Property, p. 264) In other words, anarchism is a theory for a political system that encompasses a society which people can freely co-operate with whom they choose, on an equal field. As such, anarchism opposes all forms of hierarchical control – be that control by the state or a capitalist – as harmful to the individual and their individuality as well as unnecessary. This idea is contrary to many peoples interpretation of anarchy as something equivalent with disorder or the breakdown of society. Such publications as “The anarchists cookbook” have not helped this perception.

“Anarchism” and “anarchy” are widely regards as some of the most misunderstood and poorly represented ideas in political theory. Taken in a general sense, these words to many people equate to “chaos” or “without order” and due to this – as a case of “guilty by association”, anarchists want chaos in a social sense and even a return to a more devolved time.” This, generally is not always the case.

The Difference Between Six Sigma Training Company Politics And PhilosophyTraining

If you want to run any type of business company, then you have a lot of procedures to follow. I’m talking about Corporate Politics or Company Philosophy. These things, which happen at the same time with business improvements, imply that your business is on its progress to achieve its targets. However, sometimes the politics and philosophy are out of sync.

It isn’t hard to spot when those lines are being crossed if you know how to identify them and nip them in the head before they cause trouble in the office. The Six Sigma Projects are a great way to train not only your employees, but also yourself on how to identify potential problems. Being able to identify a crisis before it happens is always key when trying to run a business.

Sometimes typical corporate philosophies relate with the Six Sigma Program, but that is rare. The ideas collide but it is important to consider alternatives to the traditional routs. Obviously there is a problem somewhere or you wouldn’t be reading this in the first place. The solution is to identify the problem before they fester into something that can ruin your business on the inside, which will lead to problems on the outside and on your bottom line.

When the Six Sigma philosophy has to battle company politics, the result is rarely a good one. Every company has its inside politics and the larger the company, the more battles will be underway. You can ignore those issues or you can face them head-on with the Six Sigma program. There are no guarantees, but it is a lot easier to counter those who want to invest in company politics if you go in with the Six Sigma skills that can disarm those issues before they divide the business.

There are many more ways that Six Sigma can benefit your company, but you have to first make sure that your employees buy into it with at least some enthusiasm towards change. The positive impact will be worth the insecurity people might take to the program, and there are hurdles to clear in installing their beliefs, but it can easily be worth it in the long run for your employees and their business.

Understanding a pile about lean six sigma is great for business. The people that understand the six sigma black belt go further.