Well? Can you avoid mistakes in all these areas? Reasoning Evaluating Remembering Decision making Other cognitive processes Mistakes often occur as a result of keeping one's preferences and beliefs, regardless of contrary truthful information. Perhaps you have considered yourself a sound decision-maker? Do you know that we are ALL susceptible to … [Read more...] about Do You Think You Can Think Accurately?
In general, society needs to pay a lot more attention to science. And especially science we might not like to hear. The stuff that makes us feel uncomfortable. Why? Because science is factual and ignoring it can mean 'worse science' applies, or will apply; such as sickness, loss of productivity, early death and more. The 'more' has got to be better than early death, right? … [Read more...] about 14 Scientific Reasons To Disconnect At The Weekend
Today, 26th January, is 'Australia Day' in Australia. A national public holiday. I quote from Wikipedia: "Australia Day is the official national day of Australia. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by … [Read more...] about Australia Day 2018
The festive holiday and new year season is, for many people, a time of argumentative discussions, disagreements and stress; which can have nasty undertones - a minefield for relationships. Here's information about how you can improve your relationships this festive season. One of the key life principles I use is learning from experts, from some of the best available. For … [Read more...] about Enjoy Better Relationships With Fewer Arguments And Less Stress This Holiday Season
A couple of years ago I helped a neighbour who was going through a difficult time during and after a relationship breakdown. Its common knowledge in our street, and the neighbour does not mind me talking about it in general terms, so there is no breach of confidentiality. I have been very slack on requesting testimonials from people, instead simply focusing on my work. … [Read more...] about Whear (sic) I Used To Cry Now I Am At Peace
The 'big bad wolf' has had a bum rap; an undeserved bad name. In our culture we are subconsciously conditioned to fear the wolf, and to see wolves as bad. It's wrong and has exacerbated persecution of wolves. The Little Red Riding Hood story is the source of some of this conditioning, which has affected multitudes from a young age. Stuff we learn when we are young can get … [Read more...] about Be Wary Of The ‘Big Bad Person’ At The Grocery Store