Critical thinking is vital in our daily lives because it allows us to spot what we don't know and thus helps us make better decisions.
Adaptive thinking is your ability to quickly navigate in an ever-changing environment. Learn how to harness this skill.
«Things will inevitably go wrong that even Nostradamus couldn’t have successfully predicted. And when they do, calmness is your best friend.»
What better way to learn than to learn about learning? These mental models for learning will help you stay curious and progressing.
«The circle of competence is an essential tool to understanding your limitations. Thus, find the best way to learn and improve your knowledge.»
Identity-based habits are the secret sauce. The essential ingredient to make good habits stick. But beware, they are hard to implement.
«Your goal shouldn’t be to read [insert an insanely large number of books] per year. Your goal is to become a curious, continuous learner.»
Unlike typical habits - the ones you start and abandon after a while. Micro habits have the potential to change your life for good. See how...
«In the age of consumerism. The default action of a person is to – wait for it – consume stuff. Not only new clothes. New tech stuff. But also content related to getting something new»
How to solve problems quickly and cheaply? Add more mental models to your thinking toolbox. Check the best mental models For problem-solving.
Why great things never came from comfort zones? Because the world is always changing. We need to face uncertainty to move forward.
«But what you’ll find out eventually. If, of course, you decide to stick with these scary routines. Is that life feels much more meaningful.»
Check these building habits strategies if you had problems with making habits stick in the past. They are especially useful for busy adults.
«Try to embrace the 2-day rule. That is, you never miss a habit you want in your life twice in a roll.»
Thinking in 3D, or three-dimensional thinking is a cognitive superpower. Opening the door to infinite possibilities. The best way to solve problems.
What are the Theory of Constraints principles and how they can be applied to real life? See how I apply TOC in my writing process.
«Theory of Constraints (TOC) will help you identify the weakest links inside a system, organization, your life in general»
What I've learned from using a habit tracking journal for one year. Lessons and tips that will help you focus on the important things.
«habits that the practice of searching for things that can help you adopt good habits eventually becomes a bad habit. I know. Quite a paradox.»
Are you smart? Are you curious? Which one is better? Well, in this post, you will see why curiosity is better than being smart.
Our everyday activities are vulnerable to the effects of mind wandering. Failing to focus our attention when we drift can be costly. Understand what is mind-wandering and how you can gain from this…
I don't want to consume the life of others. I want to create a life worth consuming. That's what I've learned after 3 years without social media.
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