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Does your body control you, or do you control your body? For most people, the body is completely in control.
One of the most basic and well-tested methods for regaining control of your mind and body is through fasting: from foods, from technology or from routine environments.
Our brains assimilate information for the purpose of prediction.
Being able to predict how our behavior will lead to outcomes is one of the most important goals of our brains. And prediction errors are exactly what you want to experience more of if you want a lifetime of growth.
... instead of the gap. It is a far more powerful process.
It’s very important that you take time to examine and measure where you are from where you’ve been. When you do this, there are a host of psychological benefits: enormous amounts of gratitude and appreciation into your life.
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It refers to how we predict our future emotions and how certain life events will affect them.
We’re generally pretty bad at it—and that impacts our productivity, our goal setting, and ...
The main barriers to accurate affective forecasting: