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Objectivity's Blind-Spot: The Dunning-Kruger Effect
Why Does a "To-Do Today" List Work?
Break Out Of Your Comfort Zone And Become An Everyday Hero
10 Ways To Strengthen Your Willpower
Growth Mindset: An Overachiever’s Secret Weapon
How To End Bad Habits And Leave Them Behind For Good
IKIGAI - The Key To Longevity
Decision Paralysis: How To Stop Overthinking Your Choices
Extrinsic Motivation: The Downside of Being a Goal Junkie
Hedonic Adaptation: Why Longterm Happiness Is So Elusive
DEEP TALKS: Ola Rosling
DEEP TALKS: Dan Seewald
Why are some people bad and some heroes? What goes through the mind of evil people? And why, on the contrary, do some people stand out of the crowd and perform heroic acts? Given what we know about heroism, how would we behave if we were in the shoes of an American prison guard in Iraq?
If we want to find out why people procrastinate it's important to understand the phenomenon of decision paralysis.