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Memory Neurohacking

  1. Get a friend who writes you 20 random words.
  2. Lock them in your mind.
  3. For 1 minute do not think about them.
  4. Set a timer for 1 minute and try to remember them.

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  1. Take an object for example, a rock. For 1 minute try to think as many uses of this rock as you can; weapon, carving tool etc.
  2. Get on fancy cap. Tell yourself that it is scientifically proven that this cap will boost my creativity.
  3. Do any creative task. 

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Self-awareness basics

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How self-aware are you? How well do you know yourself? Do you know how others perceive you? 

There are two kinds of self-awareness: internal – how we perceive ourselves – and external – how others perceive us. To be truly self-aware, we need to gain both an internal and external perspective. 

To successfully take others’ perspectives in highly charged situations, we should start by “zooming in” on our perspective first to better understand it. 

Next, we should “zoom out” and consider the perspective of the other person.

Maybe that isn't a lol, right? Yes it isn't. But what if I say that you are your own kidnapper.

 yes, we are all our own kidnappers. We have kidnapped ourselves from the life we actually want. For lame excuses such as, 'maybe that isn't stable or safe.' or 'I didn't think there was a better option'. You tell yourself that boy, this is a good job! even though you feel like it is not. Your gut has 200 million neurons there equivalent to a dog's or cat's brain. It knows something you don't.