2019-01-31 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #23: If You Often Think Abstractly, Consider the Concrete Tangible Reality. If You Often Think Concretely, Consider the World of Ideas.
It may be most useful to bridge the two styles. Most of us actually have a tendency toward one of the other. It may have to do with out upbringing. If you grew up in a house of professors, you are probably used to thinking in concepts. If you grew up in a house of farmers, you may be more used to dealing with real world things, like animals and plants. Both ways are important to getting along in the world. Tangible things make up reality, and so we have to be familiar with them and know how they work. Abstract concepts and ideas help us understand broader areas more quickly, without needing to literally see them or touch them. When we use both ways of thinking, we acquire a more accurate view of the real world for what it is.
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