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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan19_Post.mp4 One of the most common "self development" thoughts or wishes is also the most dangerous. In many ways, we live within a lot of paradoxes. Self deception fueled by biases. Biases that helped us to survive before, but harm us today. The most common desire, to satisfy a perceived shortcoming is behind ALL self help "fail." The more you WANT this one thing that we all believe we don't have, the more likely you will fail. So, what is this thing that everybody wants, believes they don't have, but can't succeed withou
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May14Post.mp4 I've always been physically active. I was an avid jogger in high school. I started lifting weights in junior high school. But physical activity is not the only variable to health. For a while, I was physically active, hitting the gym for an hour or so after work every day. But my diet was horrible. When I was younger, I could compensate for my crappy diet with extra exercise. But then I ran into another problem. My muscles were happy to comply with whatever I demanded of them. My tendons were anot
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July22Post.mp4 Humans are very attached to the idea of free will. A common metaphor that describes the relationship between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind is of a captain and a ship. The unconscious mind is the powerful ship. The conscious mind is the captain who steers the ship. The problem with many beliefs is they are very much like food. We don't eat food because it is healthy. We eat food because it tastes good. To the extent you DO eat food because it's healthy, it's not automatic. And it's not ea