Yulia King on Q & ACreator of Beautiful Lifestyle soulreflections.ukSome time ago
What sort of things do you have in your room? Have you heard of Feng shui and the teachings of that?
Asked by James Wagner
Yes, I have studied various feng shui schools. I have been working with feng shui for a while until I’ve discovered a completely new way of living.
What kind of things do I have in my room? Well.. all sorts of things 😊
How can you overpass the sense of hungry? Distractions or there is another something?
Asked by Roberto Fedeli
Hunger is often considered to be overpowering feeling, but it actuqlly causes less distress than one imagines. So it is important to learn from your own practice that you can be hungry for hour, four hours or q full day, that hunger does not grow with time - it fluctuates and sometimes goes away at all. Next, hunger is susceptible to shift in attention - if you start doing something else that is pleasant or meaningful, hunger will subside because it's perception lacks your active attention. It is also important to learn differentiate between distress due to being angry, bored, sad (which may be interpreted as hunger) and actual lack of nutrients.
As disclaimer, I meed to say that fighting actual hunger is a good idea only if you are overweight.
Probably not many professionals would argue that data analytics is becoming an important skill to have for almost everyone in business organizations.
While complex data crunching is not everyone's forte, neither it needs to be, data-driven decision making is becoming unavoidable every leader.
After watching AWS Re-Invent event last week, I was so impressed to see QuickSight Q machine learning powered capability using natural language processing to answer your business questions.
This means you don't need to think how to slice and dice your data and worry how to visualize it. All is done automatically for you based on your request.
While data analytics is becoming easier to conduct, critical thinking (e.g. what question should I ask) is not yet automated for us. I think it's going to take a while until we can leave all thinking to machines.