Responses to the Peter Principle "Women and minorities were exempted from the idea because they often weren’t promoted despite their competence and so didn’t get the chance to reach their level of incompetence." "What really happens is that managers are promoted, not to their level of immutable incompetence, but to their level of anxiety and depression, which overwhelms their ambition and desire to succeed."
Regressions : Quick, unconscious re-readings we do when we don't understand something. Saccades : Jerky, 0.1-second eye movements we use to move our fovea (center of vision) from one word to another. Fixations : Brief, 250-millisecond pauses, each word receives during reading.
In order for a relationship to be safe, it must develop consistency. Consistency is the action of repeating our time together which in turn develops our trust as we begin to create and modify expectations of each other. It’s what builds a shared history and increases our commitment and feeling of support in each other.
Consistency helps turn habits into a part of your identity. If you're consistent, whatever you’re doing goes from being an item on your to-do list to a part of who you are. This relates to the formation of identity-based habits.