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Your Beliefs

Your own beliefs matter, not borrowed beliefs of what your parents or society taught you.

You have the option and even a responsibility to change the outdated or wrong beliefs that were thrust upon you.

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Philosophy and truth

We think philosophy has a role to play in identifying and correcting the disconnect between perception and reality with regard to politicians’ trustworthiness. By providing a theory of lying and tr...

Augustine on lying

Augustine (354-430) was one of the first to define a lie explicitly as the intent to deceive.

Augustine argues that lying is not permissible regardless of the circumstances that provoked the lie.

Kant on lying

Kant defines a lie as an “intentionally untruthful declaration”.

Kant identifies truthfulness as an utterance that accurately represents one’s thoughts (including one’s beliefs), regardless of whether those thoughts are themselves accurate.
Kant argues that lying is not permissible, but he allows for engaging in deception through careful word choice or evasion.

Put things into a wider perspective

When you are thinking and thinking about something ask yourself: Will this matter in 5 years? Or even in 5 weeks?

It allows you to stop thinking about something and to focu...

Set short time-limits for decisions

  • For small decisions like if you should go and do the dishes, respond to an email or work out, give myself 30 seconds or less to make a decision.
  • For somewhat larger decisions that would  take you days or weeks to think through in general, use a deadline for 30 minutes or for the end of the workday.

Stop setting your day up for stress
  • Get a good start, that will set the tone for your day. (read or work-out and then start with the most important task of the day).
  • Single-task and take regular breaks. This will help you to keep a sharp focus during your day and to get what’s most important done while also allowing you to rest.
  • Minimize your daily input, especially from social media consumption. It will clutter your mind as the day progresses.
Some Applications Of Color
  • Professions that rely heavily on visual mediums use color psychology to try to predict and instigate emotions in their target audience.
  • People use colors and lighting to increase their...
Tips for Using Color Psychology
  1. Using your favorite color for everything may result in oversaturation.
  2. Choose colors according to context to avoid being inappropriate.
  3. Combining colors may communicate a different message than the colors would individually.
  4. Consider the functionality of the object when picking a color. 
  5. Use colors to enhance your memory by highlighting important things and associating each color with its meaning.
  6. Be consistent with your color usage if you are defining colors for a business.
Colors and Psychology

It investigates how the colors affect us. Colors can change our perception, alter our senses, make us emotional, improve our memory and attention, and even influence our decisions.

The influence of colors can completely change the idea we have of a certain space or element. Colors interact with our memory, awaken feelings and guide reason and the associations that we develop to colors save our brains time, since they are processed unconsciously.