John Lennon Imagine

The four temperament types

Albert Einstein – Is the Universe a Friendly Place?

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God does not play dice with the universe

how anger affects your brain

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5 Ways to Answer – Whatâ

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5 Leadership styles

Negotiating anything

Questios to ask the interviewer

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job interview questions

introverts vs extroverts

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emotional intelligenge

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how to be confident

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mastering the multigenerational workforce

Managers vs Leaders

mindful people think differently

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7 habits

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EQ vs IQ – emotional vs intelligence

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get to know your personality

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Famous individual quotes

Dealing with difficult employes

Things to remember when dealing with people

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Qualities of a leader

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How to become an effective speaker

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Prosperity viualization

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Who Owns the Social Web?

The difference between leadership and management

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Ricky Gervais on Religion

You can teach yourself to be a risk taker

http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20170606-you-can-teach-yourself-to-be-a-risk-taker

Two kinds of people

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George Carlin on humanity

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Everything – This video game trailer is the first to be nominated for an Academy Award

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making mistakes

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10 things to master to become resilient

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Personality types graph

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the whole problem with the world

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13reasons why you are not successful

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Business tips from celebrities

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Conversation rules

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Be yourself

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2016 Discoveries

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Prove me wrong. But. Cannot prove a negative! The argument from ignorance.

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The argument from ignorance (or argumentum ad ignorantiam and negative proof) is a logical fallacy that claims the truth of a premise is based on the fact that it has not (yet) been proven false, or that a premise is false because it has not (yet) been proven true.

It is a common human’s logic fallacy, which simply states:
i dont know what that is… in which case it must be this or that…

It is often used as an attempt to shift the burden of proof onto the skeptic rather than the proponent of the idea. But the burden of proof must always be on the individual proposing existence, not the one questioning existence.

Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything can be derived from it. In other matters no sensible person will behave so irresponsibly or rest content with such feeble grounds for his opinions and for the line he takes.

A common retort to a negative proof is to reference the existence of the Invisible Pink Unicorn or the Flying Spaghetti Monster as just as valid as the proposed entity of the debate. This is similar to reductio ad absurdum, that taking negative proof as legitimate means that one can prove practically anything, regardless of how absurd.

A religious apologist using the argument from ignorance would state something like, “the existence of God is true because there is no proof that the existence of God is false”. But a counter-apologist can use that same “argument” to state, “the nonexistence of God is true because there is no proof that the nonexistence of God is false”. This immediately demonstrates how absurd the argument from ignorance is by turning the tables on those who use this “argument” fallacy, like some religious apologists.

Government types

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What it takes to write a successful story

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improving lifestyle

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Men vs Women

Happiness by Shakespeare

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Lessons in management

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10 equations that changed the world

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googling

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enough money

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balance

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everything is figureoutable

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stay safe, eat cake

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If you want to earn more, work less

http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20170112-if-you-want-to-earn-more-work-less

12 Things to remember

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Mind games

If you have a song stuck in your head that you can’t seem to get out, think of the end of the song and it should go away. This is due to something called the Zeigarnik effect, which is basically your mind having a problem with things left unfinished.

If you want to get your child to do something, say, drink milk, do what Tigerlily1510 says: “Ask your son if he wants milk and he’ll say no, but ask him if he wants milk in a blue cup or a red cup and he’ll choose a colour and drink his milk! Magic!”

Use silence to your advantage when negotiating. People have a natural tendency to be uncomfortable with silence, and will often do whatever it takes to break it. Just be patient.

When you tell a joke in a big group of people, the person who you turn to look at first is the person you’re closest to.

Do this to someone: Tell them to look into your eyes and say they can’t stop looking. Ask them what they had for lunch three days ago and chances are they won’t be able to answer. It’s very hard to remember something without moving your eyes.

Whispering something to someone almost guarantees that they’ll whisper back.

When trying to find something, look right to left instead of left to right. You’re more likely to miss things because your eyes are used to looking one way.

If you want someone to believe a totally untrue story, repeat it three separate times adding details each time. For example: “You can say to someone ‘remember that time at school, when Mr Smith accidentally ran over the math teacher in the teacher’s car park?’ The first time they won’t and will question you, but then repeat the same thing later with a couple of details thrown in and the third time you mention it, they will remember it happening.”

If you want someone to believe your lie, add an embarrassing detail about yourself. For example: “Instead of saying, “No I wasn’t at Jimson James’ house. I was with Randy the whole time.” Try saying, “No I haven’t been to Jimsons’ in a while. I clogged his toilet so I don’t think his parents want me over there for a while… so me and Randy hung out.”

Nodding your head while asking a question makes the other person more likely to agree with you.

When arguing with someone, act much calmer than them. This can cause them to say something particularly irrational which you can use against them.

When you tell a joke in a big group of people, the person who you turn to look at first is the person you’re closest to.

Do this to someone: Tell them to look into your eyes and say they can’t stop looking. Ask them what they had for lunch three days ago and chances are they won’t be able to answer. It’s very hard to remember something without moving your eyes.

Whispering something to someone almost guarantees that they’ll whisper back.

When trying to find something, look right to left instead of left to right. You’re more likely to miss things because your eyes are used to looking one way.

If you want someone to believe a totally untrue story, repeat it three separate times adding details each time. For example: “You can say to someone ‘remember that time at school, when Mr Smith accidentally ran over the math teacher in the teacher’s car park?’ The first time they won’t and will question you, but then repeat the same thing later with a couple of details thrown in and the third time you mention it, they will remember it happening.”

Let’s say you’re carrying something you don’t want to be carrying. Easy fix, just follow rarabara’s advice: “If you want to get get rid of an object, for example walking with a friend after you bought a 2l coke bottle and want him to carry it, just keep talking to him while handing him the bottle, most of the times people will just take the object automatically without thinking.”

Here’s how to win rock, paper, scissors every time: “Right before you are about to count (or interrupt the count) catch the person off-guard with a personal question, or something directed at them. Then immediately after just resume the count like nothing happened. Most of the time the person will throw scissors as a sort of automatic defensive mechanism.”

Enzo Ferrari famous quotes

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A company is built from people first, machines after and walls last.

I think I am worse than others, but Im not sure how many are better than me.

When a person has goals to reach, he cannot get old.

The best Ferrari ever built is the next one.

Dont dont do good if you are not ready for ingratitude.

4 Ways to Control Your Emotions in Tense Moments

https://hbr.org/2016/12/4-ways-to-control-your-emotions-in-tense-moments

The first thing I do when struck by an overpowering feeling or impulse is to accept responsibility for its existence. My mental script is, “This is about me, not about that or them.”

Emotions are the result of both what happens, and of the story you tell yourself about what happened.

As I asked, “What is the right thing to do…” I felt an immediate release from resentment and anger. A calming humility emerged. And, I began to ask questions rather than present my defense.

“This can’t hurt me” and “Humility is strength not weakness” had an immediate calming effect. Reciting a specific script in moments of emotional provocation weakens trauma-induced reaction that is not relevant in the present moment.

The secret to smart interrupting

http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20160906-how-rude-the-secret-to-smart-interrupting

Be constructive

Be polite

Be clear and concise

Use disclaimers

11 Hints for Resolving Relationship Irritations

http://psychcentral.com/lib/11-hints-for-resolving-relationship-irritations/

1. Get to the real issue. it boils down to “unmet needs

2. Consider if it really bothers you. Try to let it go and see how that goes

3. Don’t dismiss a key issue for you. If “you’re dreaming about it, and you’re thinking about it, you’ll have to talk about it,”

4. Use the softened startup.

5. Be patient.

6. Push through the avoidance. staying conflict-free isn’t a marker of a happy relationship

7. Listen, don’t fix. Before you talk about the solutions, make sure you both understand each other and your core concerns.

8. Collaborate on a solution.

9. Don’t focus on the fiery feelings. “Anger, frustration or irritation may be there, but those are not the most important feelings. The more important feelings will be something softer and more vulnerable like anxiety, fear, hurt or sadness.”

10. Set up some structure.

11. Get help.