Why It's Better to be Human Than to Be Right - Personal Growth - Medium
We default to being right all the time. Realizing that it's Ok to be wrong takes practice and the first step towards it is accepting the fact that we are humans and we will face failures many times during our lives.
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There is no inherent value in knowledge of a fact.
Two things are far more important than what you know: What you can learn, and what you know you don’t need to know.
The most valuable skill for success in diverse circumstances might be the ability to quickly identify what doesn’t matter.
Discern what is not of fundamental importance and ignore it.
Successful people know what they don’t need to know and they don’t waste effort trying to learn it.
But most people feel pressure to know a lot of useless stuff because it will save them the embarrassment of ever appearing to not know something.
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There are many different meditation styles to suit your personal approach to meditation. Beginners usually choose to start with guided meditation and then experiment with other different approaches.
The length of meditation will impact on how successful it will be.
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... rather than what's right.
You can focus on what a lazy, forgetful, good-for-nothing partner you have or you can see them as a wonderful and loving partne...
... than in love. Even though it may seem justified when your partner falls short or makes a mistake, choosing a righteous response will only damage trust and create lingering resentment.
Give your partner the benefit of the doubt. It builds up appreciation, good will and a desire to do even better to please you next time.
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