Sweet n Sour


On a fantastic harvest day, I grabbed my camera imagining I’d be taking a couple shots of Gibbon (the Golden Weiner). As I was leaving my room, I decided to started rapid shooting. I didn’t plan on taking so many photos, and later that evening my memory card was full and I had to set Read More

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Procrastinating “good enough”


I wrote on perfectionism in an earlier post, and how identification with such a description is a crippling mindset for those who want to be starters/doers/entrepreneurs. Perfectionism is a habit Really. Perfectionism is just a habit of procrastinating the completion of something that is good enough. Being a skeptic (cautious when adopting new information), I have to be careful Read More

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Truth is a Myth


The useful invention Truth is a useful invention. However, often times it lacks precision when used in philosophical conversation. Many of us experience cognitive dissonance when trying to wrap our head around what truth actually is. Not which truth is true, but the nature of truth itself. I’ll partially admit that the title of this post is Read More

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Learn to Unlearn


Learning to unlearn is at the zenith of cognitive development, effective learning, and building better habits. To illustrate this important concept, I am going to use computer shortcuts as our example. Becoming proficient with shortcuts can take time. Like anything else, it requires practice. And not just time practicing, but more importantly, energy spent

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