In the following audio Mike examines the impact of excessive positivity in modern society. Specifically, he discusses how it has damaged if not eliminated objective thinking, which is required for individuals to spot scams and disinformation.
This audio discussion was originally published a few years ago under our MP3 portal. As many of you know, these audios are never rehearsed, scripted, or edited. There is no prior planning involved whatsoever. They represent a collection of random thoughts and topics that cross Mike's mind that he feels might generate some interest and/or provide benefit. Whenever a topic pops up that Mike feels might offer some benefit or insight, he pulls out his recorder and discusses it regardless where he is.
We have republished this audio in three parts. The original audio can be heard in its entirity under the audio library. The second part of this audio is below.
How Excessive Positivity Fuels Scams and Empowers Scam Artists (Part 2)
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In the following audio Mike examines the impact of excessive positivity in modern society. Specifically, he discusses how it has damaged if not eliminated objective thinking, which is required for ind...
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