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Kryptonite

9 days ago

yin yang

We know what it is.
It is fatale to Superman. But it is also his source of power. Whether because Superman is actually a Kryptonian(1), Krypton’s gravity relative on Earth’s(2), or because any Kryptonian can posses a Godlike power when he/she walks under the yellow sun(3).

The bottom line is, Kryptonite is his source of power and also his cause of pain.

Although we’re not living in Smallville, we do suffer from our own Kryptonite. The strongest manifestation of this is our greatest traits/weakness.

I, for example, easily attracted to several subjects at the same thing. This is my greatest weakness, which is mean that I had a hard time keeping focus to single subject.

What can I say, I’m a Gemini.

But under different approaches, it is also my greatest strength. I can explain what is Porter’s competitive advantage using Fourier signal analysis in a snap. Using both subjects, I can explain why I love MeasureMap when it comes to referral statistic (this post is coming shortly).

If you’re with me long enough, you’ll notice that I liberally mix and match several subjects to build an opinion. Sometime it goes bad (way biased), but more likely leave the audiences in a long continuum of unspeakable feelings (I hope).

What can I say, I’m a Gemini.

Being dispersed, or being a multi-sector analyst is my kryptonite. All I have to do is put that in the right direction and I’ll be just fine.

Knowing this Kryptonite thing also helps me to remember that actually our greatest weakness is also our greatest strength. The rest is the matter of free will, I believe.

Now tell me, what’s your kryptonite?

Don’t be shy. If you do, then most likely you also have a trait to become a high self-esteem person. Like me.

What can I say, I’m a Gemini.