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In the Movie Limitless, we see Bradley Cooper take an NZT pill before he glimpses the best version of himself. This person gives him advice he needs to hear, helping him see what he otherwise wouldn’t see. Sometimes what he … r
For centuries creatives, politicians, romantics, and philosophers alike have turned to the pen and paper to dive into the inner workings of the mind and explore, clear, and enhance their internal environments.
When Martin Seligman and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania were concluding a research experiment on thankfulness and depression, they received quite a surprise. The experiment was simple, almost laughably so.
Before you can improve anything, you must have awareness of where you are. Awareness is the first essential step in any kind of development, and you could break it down into various types. But there are three particular types of awareness which relate to productivity, and journaling can help you achieve these.
We are all hiding something deep within ourselves. And we know that we are hiding it, and we also have a feeling that everyone else is hiding it – although we’ve never talked about it with them. It’s what Rumi called “the open secret.” The essence of this secret is the inner feeling that we have no idea what we’re doing.