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Bentley X.

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Success is the sum of small efforts repeated every day.

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Joined Oct 2, 2020

KENNETH H. BLANCHARD

Take a minute: look at your goals, look at your performance, see if your behaviour matches your goals.

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The One Minute Manager

The One Minute Manager

by Kenneth H. Blanchard, Spencer Johnson

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The Gap

In life, there's a pause between the incident and the response, where you have a chance to decide how you will behave in a difficult situation.

We can call the space between stimulus and response "the Gap." It's what you do in the Gap that determines who you are and where you go.

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The Gap: The Surprising Truth About Freedom of Choice

samuelthomasdavies.com

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A positive queuing experience

Research reveals that how people feel while waiting is more important than how long they wait.

Everyone stands in line in the physical world. It is a way to deal with high demand. Online lines serve the same purpose, given the technical challenges of peak website traffic. By understanding queue psychology, you can ensure a positive experience for your customers.

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The Psychology of Queuing Revealed in 6 Simple Rules

queue-it.com

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Seth Godin

"If you set your bar at amazing, it’s awfully difficult to start."

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The Power of Imperfect Starts

jamesclear.com

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The thinking problem

Our brains must make sense of the confusing world around us by processing a never-ending stream of information. Ideally, our brains would analyze everything thoroughly. However, they cannot, because it is too impractical.

  • Thinking takes time, and our decisions must often be fast. You must immediately know to cross a road quickly, when you hear a car rapidly approaching.
  • Thinking also uses energy and our brains have only a limited supply. Analyzing everything would quickly deplete our energy stores.
    These limitations represent a thinking problem: Our brains simply do not have enough resources to understand the world without taking some mental shortcuts.

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Your brain thinks – but how?

theconversation.com

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