There are two general approaches we can see our personality and this consequently affects all aspects of our lives. Enter the "fixed mindset" vs "growth mindset".
No need for extremism. The essence of this technique, that most people don't get, is what I call "life automation".
For most new things, you don't even know what you have to do to prepare. So the best thing to do to maximize the chance of succeeding your new venture is to start.
It's all about tricking your prefrontal cortex, the emotional brain, into letting you start the task in hand.
The world used to change way slower. You might argue that how successful you will be at your work over the long term might be determined by your AQ.
Instead of spending eighty percent of our efforts to provide twenty percent benefit, wouldn’t it be better to spend twenty percent effort on an eighty percent return?
When you are in a boredom state you are in a "seeking" mode. You are seeking something new, something exciting. And if you cannot find it? You create it, you invent it.
Some say that the period close to the new year is the best time of the year. Everything is so festive. Everyone is happy. And everyone is having plans that will start pursuing
Many people wish they were reading more books. How do you get to adopt this new life-changing habit of reading? Just put in practice the following advice.
People get sad when something is not going according to their expectations. The only thing we control in life is our reaction after an event has happened.
We constantly hear about stories for successful people and how they've made it. The "secret", the thing that these people do differently from the rest, lies in prioritisation.
In the modern world we live in, it feels that more is always better. Cynic philosophy disagrees. According to cynicism, happiest is the one who is most content with the least.