And why that matters.

  1. Recognition. “This is a cup, this is a book, this is a car crash”. The first step comes from our animal nature. Our brain recognizes things automatically and sends us a signal. We don’t control this part.
  2. Automatic judgment. Our brain records the event and instantly gives it a judgment. Someone is screaming at you? Be scared, get aggressive, protect yourself. Run, attack. This is also part of our animal nature and partly under our control. We can change our judging mechanism here by having better value-judgments. Changing your behavior here…


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Aim for options with limited downside and unlimited upside.

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