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3 Most Difficult Things To Do In The World
a. You can't count your hair.
b. You can't wash your eyes with soap.
c. You can't breathe when your tongue is out.

Now please put your tongue back in and share to make someone else do what you did....
#funny #difficult #world  

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Optimism vs. Pessimism:  Differences Between The Positive & Negative Thinking Self
Blame Finger: when things go wrong, the optimist will point a finger at you, nothing inside a bubble of green fields and blue skies is ever their fault.  Pessimists will u-turn that fat finger back towards themselves, accustomed to being wrong, looking up at grey clouds, sprinkles and showers.
Ego & Expectations: in the optimists head, or should I say above – exists a halo. For these shiny stars, they are better than the rest of us, and they are apparently owed so much good in their lives. A pessimist sees the halo on everyone else other than the self, the world owes them nothing - but karma does, and that bitch is nowhere to be seen.
Earnings & Satisfaction: the positive earn bundles of joy from every little achievement won, if knowing when to inhale/exhale for breathing was rewardable, they would be the happiest creatures alive. The negative don’t really notice achievements, they risk giving in to easily and more worried about the new problems created by their solutions that brown noses are too occupied to see.
Feedback & Response: the optimist will lap up and showcase the good, not accept negative feedback at all, and will fight to clear their name. The pessimist will have probably seen it coming, agree with you, try fixing it and pass off compliments as an awkward occurrence.
Goals & Planning: anything is possible in the optimists head, this illusionary mindset options to shrug shoulders at all problems their imaginative goals create anyway. Pessimists reduce stress levels in advance, plan away from everything that could go wrong and have low expectations for what could go right.
Decision Time: Are You Positive or Negative?
pessimists would doubt the reliability of this post and defensive optimists will probably ready up – if you see what I did, applause for you...   #shortcircuit
#positive #negative #kindredspirit

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Moral Molecule: Con Artists Know How To Make #TheSelf Feel Good For Helping...
The logical self won't often be deceived, but the kind voice in your head – the you who deserves a punch sometimes, will always want to be the ‘saint’ who saves the day... an illusion that involves investing trust in you, with no cost to you in trusting them...
Formula: received trust X moral molecule = reciprocated trust
Oxytocin: in the short, – it’s a type of juice inside us released when forming relationships, joining social circles and giving care to each other. Humans from planet earth are naturally eager to reciprocate care and trust. The more trust you are shown; the more you feel like giving back.
Moral Molecule if someone needs help, even if you don’t know them – you’re going to help (if not, why not?). The positive feeling you get for helping is no accident... its supposed to feel good.
Scenario: a stranger who totally trusted and had absolute faith in you, made you think you were helping them but simultaneously defrauded your good self from behind in the process...

#correct the only non-logical time you remember getting scammed was when:

a) they trusted you
b) you helped them
c) moral molecule #unlocked
Empty Tank: the difference between a con artist and you is faulty oxytocin systems that are down for maintenance - their brain searches for yum yum body juice and its deserved halo, but all it gets  back is a 404 error page... they struggle with longterm relationships, can’t be social, rather careless and disruptive like the ’sociopaths’ I describe in previous posts – research tentatively indicates 2% of all people will have an ‘empty tank’, take and never give back #generalised
+Paul Zak  terms these unconditional non-reciprocators > ‘bastards’._ #ha
Digital Networking: being online does not exempt anyone from the above. If you have 100 people following, interacting or engaging with you –  some of them are quite fond of your rear end. They will empower you with stories of how similar to them, and trustworthy you are:
”I have never met anyone as kind and superior to me like you, here is my depressive life story for you to lap up and I just wish one day someone would help poor, totally fragile, victim me” #violins
Deception: who are you engaging with online, how little do you actually know them. Why would anyone invite you to know everything about their life and problems – when two seconds ago you hadn’t even heard of them?! #voiceofdoom
”you need to manage, learn and help #theself before you can help the others..”.
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#oxytocin #moralmolecule #conartist

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Projected Clouds: Hear the Secrets of ‘Person A’ Through Their Evaluation of ‘Person B’
You will never find a subjective opinion giver that knows what is truly bad or good in the world of non-factual observations, critiques and reviews. In fact, any sole professor of superiority or experience is probably making the claims they make to convince and market themselves, more than to make you believe their opinion is better than any other similar sector expert.
When some opinionated people run out of examples of the good work they themselves, or others in their view have done, they resort to selling personal and negative opinions on others as fact. This negative behavior thrives off a ‘psychotrollic’ like drug - an imaginative state of authority, self promotion and empowerment.
Psychology Research: What You Say about Others Shows
Negative Observation: when talking negative about others, you actually reveal your own insecurities, biases, and potential personality disorders.  You have a high tendency to dislike people who accomplish what you failed to achieve for yourself, especially when they can do things that you cannot.
Positive Observation: seeing others in a positive light speaks volumes about what you want to be, or currently think you are. You have a high tendency to like the people who empower or deliver value to your needs and will strive to do the things that they can, but you cannot.
Using Perception to Uncover Secrets: rather than directly assessing the competence of another, ask them to assess the character you would like them to be. They will analyse that persona with both negative and positive opinions and in theory – you can use their thinking behind every positive and negative remark to understand that observer’s personality from a whole new perspective...
”we do not see the world as it is, we see the world as we are...”

  #perception   #psychology #quotes

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Validation: Are You Focused on a Fixed Past or Flexed Future?
You like a good pat on the back don’t you? We all do – and it should be of some concern to us; those who live seeking approval from a boss at work, family, social networks or almost any environment where deep down, that little voice in your head reading this knows you are only doing it to impress or be noticed by somebody else...
Key Differences: When You Fail to Impress
a) Fixed: because you follow orders and have always been kicked and held responsible for failure you get upset. #past
b) Flexed: you learn from mistakes and have always been praised for trying so you evolve. #future
The judge will always have a definitive decision, whereas a scientist will continue to test and retest their hypothesis. Both define and handle the perception of failure in different ways. Scientists will discover an opportunity to learn for future whereas a judge would suggest punishment for the past.
Confidence in Thought: some say, the less confidence you have in the validity of your own thoughts, the less likely you are to believe in them, yourself, your actions and your decisions. ”give me +1, like, subscribe, retweet, reshare, engage – follow me” the mistake of handing control over that confidence to the world around them is interesting...
Are You Fixed Focused on Past?
1. Results Focused: get high grades in school, be a high achiever at work and promoting those results to the world gives the illusion of thinking you are better then what you actually are,  leaves you feeling stressed after consistency cannot be maintained. Getting to the top is easy, staying there is difficult...
2. Over Committed: when you invest your all, everything you have just to prove to everyone ’you can do it’ - but lose everything else that you thought did not matter as much in the process, become a prisoner of your own ego...
3. Out of Sync: your thoughts just don’t know what you want anymore, always wrong... you have lost yourself, your inspiration, your goals – so now that you stopped caring, why should anybody else...?
How Do You Flexed Focus on Future?
1. Control: make a mental checklist of all the good things they do and clearly define the value they bring to the world around them. #intentional
2. Persistence: do things because they choose to do them. Every decision is made by them with full responsibility accepted. #decisive
3. Resilience: they do not rely on your approval/guidance. They learn from their own mistakes and make non-constructive feedback redundant.   #optimised
Summary: if you break something – don’t curl up in a ball and cry, be glad that you’re going to make sure that duck up never happens again.
If someone wants to tell you how badly you ducked up, just turn around and ask, ”what next? are you expecting me to bend over for you... erm... no? Well my scientist self does not believe in that either!”
When believe in your own thoughts, guidance, experiments and good opinion – you prevent yourself from becoming a fractal clone like mutating bacteria, that reduces all the levels of creativity and innovation they ever had. 

"...and then they became products tailored to a third persons dimension"
#optimize #theself #acceptance #validation

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Value of Money: What is $1 Worth to Four Different Types of You
I don’t think there is a single type of ’greedy person’ or scrooge by nature. It’s a situation-specific decision, people are a balance of both greedy and giving... we are all motivated; equal levels of ‘greed’ invested in helping others or helping ourselves...

Four Types of Money Personalities...

1. Hoarder: the name gives it away no? The type who walks into a cinema with huge biceps, that make crunching noises and you later realise they smuggled their own popcorn in. Love great bargains, regardless of how rich you get you will never feel comfortable spending money because you need it for an unexpected disaster.

2. Spender: when the little voice in your head says ”go ahead, buy it, I deserve this” 100% of the time. Makes you feel important; symbolising your status with possessions is how you communicate with yourself and the external world. Never say no to a good credit offer, and you always get your friends the best gifts on planet earth.

3. Avoider: don’t talk to me about money. I don’t know what is in my bank account, I didn’t check my wage slip and did not check my bills < sound like you? They don’t usually be as crafty as a hoarder or as generous to themselves as a spender – get themselves by and miss out on creating investment strategies for their future.

4. Philanthropist: could have grown up around political, religious or spiritual environments. They might say, money is evil and capitalists are pigs, needing money creates an aura of greed and grinds into what it means to be ‘human’. If their lucky self ever falls into a pot of gold, they can’t wait to share it with the people or charities they care about.

...For Every Situation & Person We Know, or Yet to Meet

#charity if it’s something that really means something to you, even a hoarder will turn philanthropist.
(and then maybe regret it later on and make a pledge to never donate again)

#noooo you forgot to pay your bills and now the bailiffs are coming to get you, even a spender needs to turn hoarder for a while.
(and then maybe take a huge extravagant holiday after clearing bills, to be back in debt again)

So it can’t really be a fixed personality type, people must have a default type of ‘money self’ for the majority of situations and then handle exceptional circumstances on a case by case basis.


#money #value #personality

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Insults: Concentrate on Not What, But Why It Was Said...
The ability to define insults is a transferable skill that can be used to catch what is thrown at you from any direction. It’s the ability to absorb more than what the insulter intended, de-prioritising emotional impact of what is said and prioritising why it was said instead.

Remember, you will never ever find a good reason to insult anyone... experiments, personas, joking around (i.e justifications only a fool would use) are all imagined by a little voice in your head.

Insult: involves an insulter, an insulted, and an audience. Usually needs some sort of negative intent to be experienced.

Negative Intent: gives your self-esteem and feel of individuality a kick. For example, excluding and singling you out is just an attempt to make you feel unimportant and isolated. The ultimate goal is to make you feel embarrassed or ashamed for being yourself or for what you believe in.

Digital Freedom: online people display a ‘heightened’ version of themselves from the comfort their home or mobile device.  Social is a stage for performances directed at the masses; we are actors trapped in a huge virtual world.  At times you will be on the receiving end of insults for others to piggy back on your level of social reach.

The Joe Average Insulter
when someone categorizes you into a group, or forcefully creates a stereotype and gives themselves room to slaughter with or without direct headshots – they consistently increase deniability and simultaneously prepare their “I didn’t mean it like that” spiel

1. Ammunition: prepare the trait, belief, or group they will attack. #categorise

2. Attack: single out, insult, bully, or everything else that is creatively negative. #stereotype

3. Associate: decrease the likelihood of response by growing their army. #reinforcements

Size Matters: insulters force themselves into groups and associations to ensure all your responses are magnified across more individuals then just themselves alone. Providing their perceived sense of size, is bigger than yours, they will proceed with the onslaught.

Hypotheses: I predict the next insulter you meet will label and group you to win new slaughter avenues, then retrieve their own associations with groups to harvest more receivers, and grow their ‘sense of self’ before you get a chance to deliver your response.

Regardless of how comprehensive, flamboyant and impactful a friend or foes insult might be - laugh at them for even trying, send them this post and say:

”oi you, why is it, everything you just did has already been written about and what exactly are you doing with that bog-standard life of yours?!”


#social #insulters #trolls #explained
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Seems Like This Collection is Everyone's Favorite
thanks for subscribing all :-)
#Reshare #TheSelf  

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Overcoming Challenges: The Art of Being Concerned, But Not Consumed
Your probably reading this before, during, or after sorting a set of daily challenges - getting the kids to school, getting to work, paying a debt off, or anything that managed to creep onto your 'to do' list.

How To Chase Challenges Away

1. Identify: distinguish exactly what the problem is, so you don't end up moonwalking when you were supposed to cwalk through the challenge. #see  

2. Organise: list out all the resources you have in reaching distance and beyond, resources that help solve the distinguished challenge. #look  

3. Strategy: how will your resources solve that challenge and what is the expected outcome of each action the resources enable you to carry out? #visualise  

Brain Froze? if you can not create some kind of hypotheses with your current variables,  you need to:

a) look at option one from a new perspective.
b) revisit your list from option two and grow it

4. Implement: you know what the challenge is, you know your resources, you have planned the outcome of your next action - now you can #watch the challenge be obliterated.

With the formula above, that little voice in your head will treat every challenge you face as if it was a punch bag, or laugh at that funny 'bzzzt' zapping sound each challenge makes when it fly's into that blue electric light thing restaurants/takeaways use to win hands down against all flying bugs...


#challenges #theself #collection  

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Automatic Writing: When You Can't Hear or See It, Can You Channel It?
There is so much strange stuff written about this topic online. It's simply breaking the barrier between conscious and subconscious/superconscious. Writing a little faster than usual, letting your brain flow without thinking about what is being written.

It supposedly makes 'psychics' feel they have been overcome by another being (weird) but in theory, it does let you 'dream' on paper.

Aside from the stuff being difficult to measure, try it before you deny it - something happens. The debate is where the writing comes from, not existence of it.:

Step One: "What do I want me to know"

Step Two: Switch your brain off...

Write the first answer that pops into your head, don't stop writing - after you close the gap between knowing your literally writing, you step into writing your thoughts, after that your mind will drift off - your subconscious brain connects with your hand and away you go...

When you read it back, that's yourself writing to yourself - you just gave the voice that influences the voice in your head, a voice.

#xenoglossy #automaticwriting

Deep Cognitive Activation:
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