Posts Tagged ‘mindset’

How To Find Certainty in Uncertainty

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To be certain is one of the most false types of thinking that we can have. Often we are certain about: Beliefs Love Happiness Sadness Doom The end of the world How health works Vaccines The roundness or flatness of the earth And everything else we think we know. The problem is that being certain…

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Are You Numb or Crazy? – Being Yourself in A Pharma World

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How To Get Addicted To Being Numb It starts like anything else. We do something once and like it. Then we continue to do the same thing until it becomes ingrained in us like the etchings in a grade school table. If you are familiar with classical conditioning, then you understand the saliva-bell scenario. Essentially,…

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The Perception of Effort – How To Win Long Term

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A Massive Problem Often I spend time thinking about why people do or don’t do things. Jordan Peterson talks about this in length. The fact that with surgery and horrible illnesses people don’t follow directions crucial to their health and fall ill/into deaths arms from it. It’s a complicated subject. On one hand, we have…

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Alex Hutchinson on Endure, Mindset, and The Process

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Alex Hutchinson (Sweatscience) is the author of “Endure” and “What Comes First? Cardio or Weights” After spending the majority of his life running and being a physicist, Alex at 28 joined the realm of Journalism. Endure is his work for the past ten years on how the mind and body can endure amazing feats. This…

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Why You Don’t Need To Be An Expert…

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There’s a common consensus that the only people who should be teaching should be “experts,” but I call B.S. To teach one does not merely have to be an expert, just someone who knows something more than someone else. And that’s where there become a few different mental fallacies that end up ruining beginners and…

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