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Objectivity's Blind-Spot: The Dunning-Kruger Effect
Why are people’s thoughts obscured by their absolute belief in the correctness of their opinions? Why do individuals who lack certain abilities believe they are exceptionally qualified? Thank the Dunning-Kruger effect.
Why Does a "To-Do Today" List Work?
Tangible, simple, and visual, the To-Do Today represents a revolutionary update to the old To-Do List. Make creating one your next habit.
Break Out Of Your Comfort Zone And Become An Everyday Hero
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?
Hedonic Adaptation: Why Longterm Happiness Is So Elusive
Do you often find yourself fulfilling your dream and getting disappointed in the end? Are you quickly getting bored after you buy something you have wanted to acquire? Or maybe you just wished that the good feeling lasted longer?
The State of Flow
How to jumpstart your flow in 30 minutes a day?
Sustainable Happiness and How To Get It In Just 3 Steps
The author of The Happiness Equation explains that our life can easily be awesome when you keep three important things in mind - your awareness, attitude, and authenticity.
Let’s Make Critical Thinking Less Rare
How to be more objective? In this TED talk, Michael Shermer explains why we believe in urban legends and why we are superstitious.
Decision Paralysis: How To Stop Overthinking Your Choices
If we want to find out why people procrastinate it's important to understand the phenomenon of decision paralysis.