Category: Philosophy

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Healthy Competition

Dear Reader I open with the premise that not all competition is healthy. Some might argue that competition is in fact par for the course when in business and that if you do not like the heat get out of the frying pan, so to speak. I, though, propose that within the boundaries set out…
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Naysayer’s of 2022 beware

How on earth do I get the number 13 from 2022? 2022 / 2  = 1011 = 13 Base 2. So the photograph on this post has been adjusted as a sort of ward to the Naysayers, some would call them mythical beings that say no a lot. Or in Monty python terms a Knight…
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A sign

What has been achieved this past year? My achievements: Built a team around the Buku project which is building j Count® an Accountancy and other products program. Taken JADER Ltd for a walk as a Microsoft Partner. Becoming a better person, no mean feat for someone carrying a diagnosis of Bipolar. Did not have a…
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JADER Ltd – A Not Not for Profit with an Ethos – A UEA Story

A while ago I went to a UEA Global gathering one chilly September in the Red Lion in Norwich, where I met peers both before and after my Time at UEA in 1987 and 2003. I met a woman called Barbara Richards, married to Paul, both of whom were there. I became friends with her,…
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Heron House

Yes…Heron House is a bungalow. Heron bungalow does not roll off the tongue quite so well. So Heron House it is. Also what are all these vegetables about the place. Well, growing some vegetables is quite a good idea when you have enough space for them…The fact that I work from home does not mean…
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A novel business concept: Kindness

I call this a novel business concept as I do not think it is prevalent much outside of the 3rd sector. You get companies suing other companies in the name of “it is just business”, whoever wins the settlement is the winner. Or are they. We have business models which emulate the animal kingdom. The…
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5 Ways to Survive in a Mostly Capitalist world

Some of you may be familiar with Catherine Ryan Hyde’s book, Pay it Forward. Pay it Forward is set in California and relays the story of 11 year-old Trevor McKinney who is given an assignment by his social studies teacher to come up with a plan that will make the world a better place. Trevor’s…
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Kudos plus win win

OK. I shall say that this post is not entirely about mental health issues, however they are mentioned so please be prepared. I have been thinking on this topic for quite some time. An alternative business model to one that has been in existence for quite some time. From observations, starting a business or getting…
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Care Farm(s) UK

Care farming as therapy and respite There are approximately 250 established care farms in the UK and more in development. Through a mixture of commercial farms, charitable organisation and non-profits, care farming delivers multiple benefits to those who run them and those who work on them. No one can argue against the therapeutic benefits of…
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The basis of Computer Science

JADER Ltd is run on the basis of Computer Science. Without looking up the definition of Computer Science, I shall make my own, then I shall look up the traditional and compare. JADER’s Definition:“Computer Science encapsulates the world of man made machines and their behaviour within the construct of the human world. Computer Science generates…
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