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Pesarhadon VII EXPLAINS PLURALISTIC IGNORANCE.

Around 398AD, the now modern day Madagascar found herself in a state of economic and moral quagmire – the prices of the commodity skyrocketed and the kingdom was practically bankrupt, crime rates quadrupled within a year, Parents sell children for money (while some children sold parents for food), and for the folks who can’t – Read More

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A PSYCHOLOGICAL (& MATHEMATICAL) MEDITATION ON STEREOTYPE

Let’s start with a very hypothetical stereotype: Cosmologists make bad spouses. In this world, your mum (and possibly grandma, probably before she died) will warn you from say, age 7, to never date anyone who aspires to be a cosmologist, and she would probably tell you specifically that marrying one should be restricted completely to Read More

mathematic_stereotype

A PSYCHOLOGICAL (& MATHEMATICAL) MEDITATION ON STEREOTYPE

Let’s start with a very hypothetical stereotype: Cosmologists make bad spouses. In this world, your mum (and possibly grandma, probably before she died) will warn you from say, age 7, to never date anyone who aspires to be a cosmologist, and she would probably tell you specifically that marrying one should be restricted completely to Read More

Freakonomics

Incentives and Disincentives

Incentives and disincentives literally drives the world. Knowing how to manage both determines the success and the failure of any state or an individual. I will argue that this will be the solitary reason that will most justify the ostensible backwardness in the African continent compared to other progressive continents. Impunity metastases when you fail Read More

Focus

The Secrets to Peak Performance

FreeImages.com/Carly Walde 3 Types of Focus I wrote out some notes from Prof. Daniel Goleman talk at google on his new book: Focus: the Hidden Driver of Excellence. He stated the 3 types of focus anyone with a sphere of influence requires. Inner focus: The ability to manage oneself. Outer focus: The ability to read Read More