Most people feel that, within the constraints they need to navigate, they are in control of their decisions. But we often automatically follow a train of thought or an external cue without noticing the selective factors in our attention. This phenomenon is called the attentional bias, and it affects many of the decisions we make.
Follow the Daoist way – reclaim your life and happiness by letting go of the need to produce, strive or serve a purpose.
Marc Andreessen shares opinions, insights and personal experiences on everything from productivity to reading habits.
Many of us probably have a nagging feeling that we don’t listen enough to other people. Here we’re not going to make the guilt worse by telling you that listening is a good thing, worthy but in fact rather dull.
Dennett is one of the great thinkers in the world; he’s been at the forefront of cognitive science and evolutionary science for over 50 years, trying to figure out how the mind works and why we believe the things we believe. He’s written a number of amazing books on evolution, religion, consciousness, and free will. (He’s also subject to some extreme criticism due to his atheist bent, as with Dawkins.)
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I hated cold showers, and now they are my daily treat. I am sharing some tactics that worked for me to embrace the cold.
My system on how I keep track with whom I meet and what we talked about.
The new system I adopted gave me more time and peace of mind.
A short overview of my preferred self-reflection framework.
If you struggle with procrastination, I might help you improve your current situation.