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  1. Our language, and our world, is more filled with metaphors than we realize. Problems happen when we mistake metaphor for reality. So long as we are using metaphors to talk ABOUT something, they're fine. But if we are trying to use metaphors as guiding principles, that's when we run into trouble. The red car idea is a common way to describe our filters. How we separate the important stuff from all the noise. For example, somebody doesn't notice all the red cars. Then they buy a red car. Then they suddenly notice all the red cars. Before, they didn't
  2. One of the biggest misunderstandings that keeps us stuck is the idea of a comfort zone. There's a story about a guy in a fish store. The kind you keep in a tank and let swim around. Not the kind you eat. Anyway, this guy was looking at two sharks. One really big, in one tank, and another much smaller one, in another tank. He asks the fish shop guy if the smaller shark is a baby, and the bigger one an adult. Fish shop guy says they're both the same age. What gives? Asks the fish shopper. Big shark grew up in a big cage. Small shark grew up in a
  3. They say a directionless arrow never misses its target. Meaning if you just randomly shoot an arrow without choosing a target, you can’t miss. On the other hand, if you shoot an arrow at a target, you most definitely CAN miss. Why would you want to shoot an arrow without aiming at anything? Maybe it’s fun. Maybe you like to watch the arrow sail through the air. Maybe you like to imagine your an archer in an ancient battle. None of those guys really aimed. They just sort of picked and angle and hoped for the best. With a bunch of archers on one side
  4. We will always have a huge collection of unmet desires. One of the biggest cons of modern society is that we can get anything and everything we want. And that all we need is to want, and we shall have. That just having an identified need is all we require to fulfill it. Economics is called the dismal science for a reason. It forces us to ask a very difficult question: At what cost? Because everything we do manage to get WILL cost something. Somebody needs to produce it. Even if it's made by robots, somebody has to make and maintain the robots.
  5. Making progress is a good feeling. It's actually one of the best feelings. They say that there are two tragedies in life. Achieving your goals and not achieving your goals. Why is this? If you achieve your goals, it feels good. Really good. But that feeling quickly fades. If you've ever won a sports championship, you know the feeling of letdown. You spend so much time and energy focusing on the big game, it feels fantastic when you win. But then a couple days later, there's something missing. Similarly, if you spend a significant amount of
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