#17: The Law Of Generational Myopia - Deepstash
#17: The Law Of Generational Myopia

#17: The Law Of Generational Myopia

We are born into a generation that has a huge influence on us. Every generation wants to separate itself from the previous one with new ideas and worldviews. During our childhood, we internalise these beliefs and in our adult years we close ourselves off to new ideas from the next generation. We are often not aware of the profound effect our generation has on us. We think that nothing really changes from one day to another but looking back a few years, we see that actually a lot changed.


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Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene is a book that I think everyone should read at least once in their lifetime.

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