Cognitive entrenchment - Deepstash

Cognitive entrenchment

To continue to doing same things expecting different results.

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MORE IDEAS FROM What frogs in hot water can teach us about thinking again | Adam Grant

Rethinking one's current situation and knowing when to quit and grit is the hallmark of wisdom.

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KELLY MCGONIGAL

The best way to make decisions is

go after what it is that creates 'meaning'

in your life and then 'trust yourself' to

handle the stress that follows!

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This TED talk indeed reshifted my perspectives towards "stress!"

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What Is It That Makes Something Real In Our Real World?

For us, real things are material things which are made up of matter that we can somehow see, like objects, trees, atoms etc. 

While invisible, immaterial things like gods, demons, heavens and hells are considered simply as beliefs- subjective things that exist only in the realm of the mind. 

To be real, a thing must exist objectively, in some visible, material form, whether our minds can percieve it or not.

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