Your Superpower: Resourcefulness
In the era where information can be easily accessed by almost everyone, the brain becomes less sharp because we don't use it to find or create solutions anymore.
The brain then gets discontented whenever we can't figure out an answer to our questions in an instant. It chooses to move away from the problem instead of trying to solve it.
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Leaders spend many hours trying to shape and influence external factors such as processes, people, and targets.
Surprisingly, leaders would see better results if they spent more time focusi...
When we get busy, we often overlook the subtle shifts in ourselves. Or we become so focused on the work that we don't realise when we move away from what we truly value.
Being the best leaders we can be require us to identify our values and then live and lead according to them. When you understand what is important to you, what energizes you, what you believe in, and where you want to be, you can make decisions confidently.
Self-acceptance is not about accepting your failures and carrying on exactly as before. It is about taking responsibility for your actions, accepting what is and isn't possible to change, then developing a plan to improve things.
Self-acceptance is also about accepting your strengths. When you can identify your strengths, you can leverage that to get better results.
To drastically improve your life, you do not need to purchase anything. You also don't need to work harder so you can buy that one thing that would significantly change your life.
Family puts things in perspective. Spending time with family helps you see what's important. It is a crucial first step to changing your life.
A clear head is more important to change your life than a new purchase.
Go to a park that’s far away, so you can sit and contemplate life. Go to one with a spectacular view. These are the places where the life-changing thoughts come about.
Every task has a certain Activation Energy (AE), where you initiate certain steps in order to start a task.
Reducing the Activation Energy of new habits you want to form will make it i...
A memory chunk is a solid connection in your mind that relates various bits and pieces of information.
Focus on the concept you want to form a chunk of. Write down the basic ideas of what the concept is all about. Build up from these fundamentals to finally create a chunk.
While reviewing material, recall it instead of just reading it passively. Try and recall in a different setting than where you studied it.