Getting good at anything takes a long time

A better method is giving yourself permission to be terrible at new things, with the knowledge that this is the necessary first step to stop being terrible. And even though the terribleness could last a while, keep going and practice truly does makes perfect.

Experimentation leads to Growth

Failure Is the Cost You Pay to Be Right

Reframing is the key to Happiness

Happiness is an attitude. You can carry it with you no matter what you have.

What motivates us to Work?

We are driven by meaningful work, by others acknowledgement and by the amount of effort we’ve put in: the harder the task is, the prouder we are.

The Distracted Mind

In 2011, the University of California, published a research study showing how quickly shifting from one task to another impacts short term memory.

How Tinkering helps you Learn

Age-related cognitive declines can be slowed if individuals are exposed to sustained, mentally challenging experiences.

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