2019-02-05 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #25: Exercise You Brain by Acting as if Everything is Important.
Everything you do and every experience you have is potentially important. Everything everyone says is potentially vital, and if you were more focused on thinking of a television show you wanted to watch later, you could miss it. By considering everything as important, you may learn more.. People with photographic memories often describe a feeling that in their minds nothing is ever less or more important than something else. Because of this they are able to remember everything exactly as it happened.
Usually, our brains naturally tell us that X information is important, and Y isn’t. In this case, X might be a new work assignment, and Y might be choosing if you want to eat cereal or oatmeal for breakfast. Most of the time what your brain decides is probably correct. Some things are more important than others, naturally. But every once in a while you can be wrong, and something that you thought was important actually was not, or vice versa. Try acting as if everything is potentially important for one day, and see how it affects your thinking.
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