The difference between efficacy, effectiveness and efficiency - Ness Labs
Efficiency: Doing things right
Once you find an effective solution, you can try to improve it, or make it more efficient.
Efficiency is about doing this in the most economical way in terms of time, energy, or money.
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Ordinary and altered states of consciousness
Altered states of consciousness can only be defined if there is an understanding of an ordinary state of consciousness.
While scientists can't agree on a clear definition, alte... Modulating states of consciousness Excessive dancing, meditation, and mind-altering plants were used in ancient civilizations to modulate the activity of the mind. In 1892, the term "altered states of consciousness" was used to refer to hypnosis. William James introduced the scientific investigation of mystical experiences and drug-induced states into the field of psychology. The five altered states of consciousness Pharmacological. These altered states include short-term changes caused by psychoactive substances, such as LSD MDMA, cannabis, cocaine, opioids, and alcohol. Psychological. Hypnosis, meditation, and music can lead to altered mental states. Physical and physiological. An altered state of consciousness is achieved through sleep, where dreams dissociate one from reality. Pathological. A traumatic experience causing brain damage can lead to an altered state of consciousness. Other sources include epileptic or psychotic episodes. Spontaneous. Daydreaming and mind wandering can cause altered states. Our values Our values are our preferences about what we consider appropriate courses of actions.
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The transmission of values Personal values can be ethical, moral, ideological, social, or even aesthetic. Values are mostly transmitted through parenting, but our cultural environment also plays a role. For instance, American parents tend to value intellectual knowledge; Swedish parents value security and happiness; and Dutch parents value independence and the ability to stick to a schedule. The four personal value orientations
There are four different personal value orientations based on our "terminal values " - our desirable states of existence, and "instrumental values" - the means by which we achieve our end goals.
Personal-competence. "I value wisdom (terminal), which I believe can be achieved through independent thinking (instrumental)." Personal-moral: "I valued true friendship (terminal), which I believe can be achieved through honesty (instrumental)." Social-competence: "I valued equality (terminal), which I think can be achieved through ambitious work (instrumental)." Social-moral: "I value national security (terminal), which I believe can be achieved through obedience (instrumental)." Tactical Laziness
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"Progress isn’t made by early risers. It’s made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something". A New Approach To Slacking Humans may be seeing laziness upside down, as it may not really be a sign of inefficiency or unproductivity, but a result of being able to work smartly and free up time to do nothing. Sitting lazily can also trigger further smart work.