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Moore’s Law tells that the capacity of our computers doubles every two years, while we will pay less for them. By following this pattern, technology will become more and more human-related and present in our daily lives.
In a world dominated by experts, successful businesses need generalists. A flexible and curious mind goes a long way in overcoming challenges and seeing things through to the finish line. That’s because generalists know how to seek, absorb and capitalize on learning new information, constantly.
There has been widely debated if teenagers should be trusted in taking their own decisions. Even though teenagehood is quite a blurry and discovery process, they know intrinsically and intuitively the secret rules which will govern the future society in which they will live.
Family, education, and all social backgrounds in which we develop influence us on understanding our own bodies, feelings, sexuality, and intimate relationships. From a very young age, we start to develop our own borders of touching liberty. Some may not feel comfortable when being touched, others may find comfort in physical interactions as emotional bridges.
We are all riven by irrational forces. The good news is that those forces are predictable. If we understand the irrational forces that are driving our behavior, we can make better decisions.
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