If individuals are poorly informed, confused, or downright inconsistent – as all of us are most of the times – the notion of “what we want” isn’t always so clear.
To say no when you need to say no, and yes when you need to say yes, you need to remember what you really want.
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We often look back on the things we’ve just learned and assumed we knew them or believed them all along.
The beliefs that carried us to initial success may be holding us back in our quest to go to the next level.
Credit: /jioavanzado Nearly every human action is in some way an expression of how we think about ourselves.
It’s easier and more secure to stay broken the way we are than to choose a completely new path throwing new set of problems & challenges at us.
Being smart is all about having the ability to go deeper and extract more abstract information from deluge of data that keeps inundating our senses on consistent basis.
The human brain is an ‘anticipation machine’, and ‘creating the possible future’ is the most important thing it does.
Easterlin paradox: Once our basic needs have been met, incremental financial gain contributes almost nothing to happiness.
We don’t always know the “whys” behind our own behaviour, yet there is so much certainty in the way we pretend to know everything.