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Your brain is incredibly fast, but it's not very accurate. Most people don't realize how much energy the brain uses. Based on its size, it's an energy hog. Kind of like some of those programs on your computer. Everything starts running slow, so you check and see that one program is sucking up all your resources. Unfortunately for us humans, that means that our brains simply CAN'T be BOTH fast and accurate. How do we lose accuracy? By making "guesses," or as they say in NLP, "distortions, deletions, and generalizations." Meaning every time we look out into the
The other night I stumbled across a comedian on Netflix. The jokes weren't that funny, but the crowd loved her. I tend to "reverse" engineer people when their "content" doesn't hold my attention. Meaning I stopped listening to the actual jokes, and started paying attention to her delivery. If you've ever watched TED talks, their kind of the same. The actual CONTENT of the talks aren't really that groundbreaking. Simply because they're meant for the non-scientific, mainstream audience. If you read a TED talk as a blog post, it wouldn't be nearly as interesting