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From wasteful to optimized

Optimization is key to making the most out of our time and resources. Optimization applies to virtually any area of life, from buying clothes to choosing what friends to keep close. You see, everything impacts your life and its perceived quality. It is said that we are the average of the 5 people we keep…
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From ignorant to aware

Ignorance is widespread – to the point of being pandemic. We humans, seem to have a need of simplifying our view of everything that constitutes this reality. We tend to ignore context, complexity, variety, integrality, connectedness, and everything else. We simplify our simulations of the future and our memories of the past. We judge other…
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From wasting time to gaining time

What makes you feel you are wasting time? What would gaining time be to you? What activities would you get involved in, in order to make the most of your available time? How do you free up time? Is time fixed, or is it relative to your activity and state of mind? It time even…
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From complacent to curious

Stop taking things for granted. They were never meant to be taken so. Nothing is fixed, and nothing was created with each and every person’s best interest in mind. It would have been impossible to do so in the first place, because we all are so different and we have different needs. Society dulls curiosity…
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From editing to disrupting

Editing is not enough. In order to uninstall an outdated app you cannot edit it, you need to disrupt it. You need to uninstall it and set in its place a new app that was created in parallel, and on completely different rules. The old ways must be overwritten and not patched up. This is…
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From finite to infinite

Nothing is finite. The universe in infinite, your mind is infinite and virtually any field of knowledge is infinite. Many times, we oversimplify things and say that we’ve reach the end of understanding or researching it. It’s just boredom and lack of a broader understanding (of life itself). People that say they did it all…
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From linear to exponential

Living life in a linear fashion was the norm. Go to school. Choose one skill. Attend university to further develop that skill. Find a job to exercise the skill learned. Spend each day slowly building upon that. And it may have been a good path to pursue, in an age when there was nothing new…
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From latent to spontaneous

Make fast choices! Try new stuff with each and every occasion! Get out of the shadow of habit. Do new things and do not linger before saying yes. Experiment the new, exercise vitality, force your mind into becoming spontaneous. There is a lot of wonder that comes out of that. Let life take you on…
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From living in the past to living in the future

Most people live by the rules of 3-5-10 (even 50) years ago. Crazy, right? It is. And it’s also the unfortunate reality of many. Why? Because they become prisoners of outdated structure and habit. Have you notice the difficulty some people have in using a smartphone? Why is that? It’s most definitely not because learning…
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From inertia to full stop

How many of your daily activities are just inertia/habit/routine? When was the last time you stopped for a second to consider that? Why do we keep forgetting that time is all that’s really pouring out of our glass and there’s no way to get it back? Money, health, love and possession, all go away at…
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