Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Is the outcome less important than what is learned?

Perhaps we have ever heard what we are in what they call the era of post-truth. Exaggeration, or not, having critical thinking is little more than a vital necessity. If we admit that we are going through a crisis of truthfulness, where our emotions are often appealed as a way of influencing our actions, it is essential that we react to it and do it in the best way possible. The mind that opens to a new idea no longer returns to its original size. An important idea was highlighted in a study published at the University of Cambridge in January this year. From the psychology department of this well-known academic institution, it was pointed out that beyond the IQ, beyond aspiring to have high intelligence, what could really improve our lives is to have a good critical thinking. The authors themselves pointed out that a person well trained in this ability is able to make more accurate decisions. It made you believe you could do anything! What you achieved was proof that you can succeed in what you set out to do! Most people don't grasp this important truth. To become successful and rich, you need the necessary knowledge and understanding to create your product or make your undertaking, business or whatever you want to do, work. But then you must put the knowledge to the test by taking action on it. Only by taking action and applying the knowledge will you see results. Then when the results are satisfactory, you know you are on the right track. You measure your outcome by the results your actions yield. Failing to produce the results you want is an indicator that you have to adapt or change what you were doing to make it work. Then, when you have the desired results, it will boost your self-confidence to keep on doing it despite obstacles you might encounter. But I feel you shouldn't overdo water consumption. Eight to ten glasses of water a day is sufficient. Maximum two to three litres.

Only if the bread crumbles, is it wholewheat bread. But if the bread is as sticky as white bread, then it is just caramelized. Yes, it's healthy but that doesn't mean you gulp it down by the gallon. Extra virgin olive oil cannot be heated as it breaks down under high temperatures and releases free radicals. Just lightly drizzle the oil on your salad. For cooking, use refined olive oil or pomace oil. You can also switch to other healthy options like soya bean, sesame oil, canola oil, or rice bran oil. In addition, it ceases to be so manipulable before the interests of advertising or political spheres, being able to solve the problems in a more creative, autonomous and effective way. We are undoubtedly facing a wonderful psychological resource that is worth working with. Improving your critical thinking is possible and these strategies can help you achieve it. How to boost your critical thinking? Although there may be some starting inertia, no one arrives in this world with an innate ability to apply critical thinking to what happens in context. This skill is trained, learned, internalized and transformed based on our needs, personality and experiences. It is a continuous feedback where we are required not to be passive, not to be conformist and to apply a good motivation every day. Let's see now how we can achieve it. Expand your perspectives, do not stay with a single option If we were told right now that the world ends tomorrow, possibly 60% of the population would look for a bunker to hide immediately. This is the truth that's common knowledge among successful people, but unfortunately it has remained a secret among the poor. Here's a good example: A business executive was deep in debt and could see no way out. Creditors were closing in on him and suppliers were demanding payment.

He sat on the park bench, head in hands, wondering if anything could save his company from bankruptcy. Suddenly an old man appeared in front of him. I can see that something is troubling you, he said. Please tell me what it is. After listening to the executive's woes, the old man said, I believe I can help you. Rockefeller The old man asked the man his name, wrote out a check, and pushed it into his hand saying, Take this money. The healthier your oil, the better your body's chances at fighting stress. These might not have added sugar, but in most cases there is sufficient sugar coming in from the dry fruits used. Anjeer barfi is basically four figs smashed together. So the sugar and carb content is quite high. And I've mentioned how this deadly duo can affect your rising stress levels. There are tannins present in the beverage that can hamper the absorption of minerals from the food and mess with your digestion. The kadak or over-brewed tea has excess tannins because of how it's made. Tea should be infused for only two minutes--the way the English take it. But if you can't give up your dose of cutting chai, wait for half an hour to an hour between meals. Also, restrict your intake to twice a day. The third option, which would represent the other 20% would be that of the skeptics. Those who would ask, is the world really going to end? Who says it?

Healthy, intelligent and skillful skepticism is undoubtedly the first filter. A filter for news, opinions, statements or comments that we hear daily. Be proactive, not reactive Many of us, instead of living, react to life. We react to problems, to difficulties and challenges without knowing that there is another way of existing: being proactive. However, what does it mean to be proactive? It means not standing still watching how the changes that occur around us happen without our intervention: you make things happen, you look for the challenges to learn from them by applying new resources, set goals and work for them every day. Meet me here exactly one year from today, and you can pay me back at that time. Then he turned around and disappeared as quickly as he's appeared. The business executive looked down and saw a check for $500,000, signed by John D. Rockefeller, one of the richest men in the world at the time! I can erase my money worries in an instant! He hurried back to his office but instead of going to the bank to cash it the executive decided to put the check in his safe. Just knowing it was there might give him the strength and confidence to work out a way to save his business, he thought. With renewed optimism he negotiated better deals and extended terms of payment with his creditors. Not long after this happened he closed several big sales and within a few months he was out of debt and making money again. Exactly one year later, he returned to the park with the un-cashed check. Remember, tea has caffeine in it. And caffeine is every stressed-out person's worst enemy. And if your calcium levels are low, you're only making its job easier.

Your body can only absorb 40 percent of calcium in one sitting. So, if you take a 1,000 mg tablet, you only absorb 400 mg. So it's better to split it into two 500 mg tablets for better absorption. The best source of calcium are dairy products like skimmed milk and yoghurt. Most lactose intolerant people can manage curd and paneer. Nachni, sesame seeds, pulses, and leafy green vegetables are also very rich in calcium. Don't take calcium and iron together as it affects the absorption of iron. Your critical thinking is also that psychological strength that will make it easier for you to act more skillfully and thoughtfully. That is, instead of reacting lightly or in an oversized way to a difficult or complex situation, this approach will help you to look with a more constructive, focused, adapted and even ingenious attitude. Every challenge will involve learning. A more ethical thought In our society it is very common in dichotomous thinking or extreme is in fashion. Something is either good or bad. People agree with our ideals and values ? You are a friend or you are an enemy, you are blue or you are red . What do we really gain by applying this type of moral filter? The truth is that very little. At the agreed-upon time, the old man appeared. But just as the executive was about to hand back the check and share his success story, a nurse came running up to them and grabbed the old man. I'm so glad I caught him!

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