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We are spending more of our time in environments that have their own agendas. Most of the entities in our lives really want us to make mistakes in their favor.
Not having a plan, goal...
... or it will control you. We can’t control our environment everywhere we go, but we have more control than we usually choose to exercise.
If you banish distractions and control your ...
We all know how fallible our brains can be yet we routinely trust ourselves to remember and follow through on things.
If it’s important, write it down. Reminders, post-its, and calenda...
You have a window of 2-2.5 hours of peak productivity per day, usually starting a couple of hours after waking.
Those are the hours when you should be working on your most cognitively ...
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Most of the psychological theories are verbal, but words can be imprecise. If "cooperation is intuitive", it needs to state when. And what does "intuitive" mean?
In order to solve this, compu...
These models represent collections of individual people described by computer algorithms that capture a specific set of traits, such as a tendency to cooperate or not.
The patterns that emerge can tell you things about large-scale social interaction that lab experiments and real people never could.
There seems to be evolutionary logic to the human ability to cooperate but adjust if necessary. To trust, but verify.
We generally collaborate with other people because it benefits us. Our rational minds let us work out when we might occasionally gain by acting selfishly instead.
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A process of performing “professional activities…in a state of distraction-free concentration that pushes your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve ...
The non-cognitively demanding, logistical-style tasks, often performed while distracted, tend not to create much new value in the world and are easy to replicate.
...is the first element of deep work.
That means you won’t have the mental discipline to stay concentrated on a single task unless you prepare your mind and environment to it.
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