Goals vs Systems - YouTube
Obsessing over a certain goal means you're operating from a constant state of failure: you're failing to meet your own expectations. This can make you feel frustrated and miserable because you're not reaching the stage you desire to be at.
Having goals is essential, or else you would not know what kind of systems you need to create. But once you know what your goals are, focusing on them can be counterproductive.
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They are the opposite of straightforward people. They are very hesitant about the validity of their own desires and that is why they are not capable of letting the people around them know how they really feel.
The root cause of our complicated behavior is not that we're bad people or manipulative. We're just afraid of how people would respond if our real intentions would be known.
The child experiencing this grows into an adult that prefers to imply rather than state.
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Scientists also began to investigate why some people are happier and more satisfied than others and how to apply what they are doing right to the rest of the world.
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In 2010, researchers found that subjects where up to 10 times better in getting through a complex 3D maze if they napped and dreamed about the maze prior to their second attempt. Some memory processes can happen only while sleeping and the dreams are a signal that these processes take place.
During REM sleeping, the neocortex reviews the neural connections and dumbs the unnecessary ones.
Without this process, which results in dreams, the brain could be overrun by useless connections.