Author: Michael Ten

Becoming a Successful Author Can Be Quite Worthwhile

If you are planning on being a financially successful writer, then you must write and publish prolifically. That is rarely not true. There is an infinite number of topics to potentially write about.

You can write fiction or non fiction. It does not matter when you write. However, it is best to write things that are meaningful, useful, helpful, interesting and/or entertaining.

Writing between 1,000 and 6,000 words per day is a good way to create a sufficient amount of written content to be considered a prolific writer. It is important to write about topics that matter and that are important. Writing can be a way to create a positive impact on Earth and humanity.

Writing can potentially be a social entrepreneurial venture. Social entrepreneurship is when one does business in a way to earn money and profit while also create net a sustainable social good for humanity. Just start writing if you want to be a successful author and writer. Self publishing can be one route to go.

Building a platform takes time. Investing the time, energy and resources that it can take to become a successful author can be quite worthwhile. Hopefully more individuals can become financially successful authors.

There is a great deal of poverty on Earth. Perhaps some percentage of the millions in poverty can become successful self published authors. The Internet can be a means of earning money from self publishing and it can be a potent creator of abundance and prosperity.

It is amazing that humans have evolved to be able to figure out how to read and write at all! Voice dictation software exists for those who are not huge fans of typing and would rather create written content in other ways. There are many complete books on how to be a successful writer and author.

Becoming a successful author can require dedication, patience, persistence and creativity. Taking the time and exerting the effort required to become a successful author that helps others through writing can be quite worthwhile and it will be good of more humans on this Earth will do so.

Technology Automation Will Have Consequences

Technological automation will create consequences. Some may be good. Some may be bad. Either way, they must be dealt with. What are the consequences of automation? Technology allows for all sorts of automation that was previously not possible.

This has been going on for hundreds if not thousands of years. The development of farming ten thousand or so years ago was a form of automation. It helped to start the automation of food collection. Instead of having to hunt and gather, the domestication of plants and animals allowed for the plans and animals to be localized.

As technological advances create exponential changes in humans ability to automate work, jobs will be eliminated. New jobs may be created. New types of work will be needed. However, automation may eliminate types of work needed faster than new types of work are naturally created. Forcibly trying to create jobs may result in not much more than the creation of busy work.

If real, profound and authentic abundance can be created through the use of technology, it might be best not to resist the potential effects. A universal basic income may become necessary at some time.

If enough types of jobs do not exist, a universal basic income may enable humans to live comfortably while still figuring out what sorts of work will create authentic value and benefit for all parties present in society. Automation may increase the human cognitive and labor surplus significantly.

Decent humans who are educated and acculturated properly have an intrinsic desire to learn, to create and to use creativity. If automation does create the consequences of humans not having to stay super busy, then there may be some humans to sit around and do not do anything of significant value or purpose. However, it seems that most humans, when conditioned properly, have an innate desire to use creativity and to create.

A universal income may simply allow for the negative consequences of ubiquitous automation to not have significantly negative effects. It does seem ideal to use automation to lift the pressure of humans to be busy and just survive. If automation technologies can create authentic and sustainable abundance for all humans, then a new era of material prosperity and emotional well being may be able to take root on a wide spread scale among humans.


These are the causes of Do Nothing Does.

Defeating aging is desirable.

Outlawing psychiatric oppression is desirable.

Having off Earth colonization is desirable.

Of course, seeing authentic and sustainable peace, abundance and prosperity on Earth is quite desirable, too.

More will be added on these topics at a later time.