Continuously shifting depending on who you are talking to.
Treating knowledge as concrete (a noun) suggests there is a specific point at which what you know becomes an absolute truth. When knowledge becomes a process, a fluid verb instead of a concrete noun, our worldview changes.
Knowing more about a subject doesn’t necessarily mean that you are right. We need to be able to measure the quality of information we possess.
We quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness despite positive or negative external events. We pursue a promotion and believe it will make us happy. When we get it, we are temporarily happier, only to get back to our baseline levels the next week.
How to overcome it:
Doing more in less time is not the ultimate solution to productivity. It's the path to burnout.
Productivity rests more on small improvements. By focusing on the small things, the big things will take care of themselves.
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