Humans are problem solving machines. We are wired for for it. The tools we use to confront challenges in our lives can be developed and refined which in turn increase our capability and capacity to be flexible and resilient in the face of adversity.
Tag: Problem Solving
I hate money. I hate that I need Money. I hate that I have to work for it… I hate managing it. On the other hand, I love games. Not just any games though… the real “grindy” treadmill games, that take days and months to progress through. If only my budget was a game like
I can get overwhelmed by my own perception of the size of a problem I am facing, or the challenges presented by the goals I am shooting for. Staring down along, hard road can cause me to freeze up. I start to second guess my chosen path, my plan of action, and even my motivation.
This Ted Talk has always been one of my favorites. Dr. Amber Chase tells us about her research and findings dealing with the human use of tools to augment our physical and mental capabilities.
Failing is something that gets a lot of attention these days. Simple adages like "fail fast" and "failure is the first step" float around in business school lectures and on meme's all over the internet. In my opinion this obsession with failure tends to gloss over a key point. Failure is a transition, it is
Above all else, to develop scholar skills we have to be capable of critical thinking. This article is an introduction to the core concepts of critical thinking and will give you the initial tools you need to start expanding ability to think critically.
Being "lazy" is a surface level symptom to what is likely a more specific problem. What is the root cause cause behind your laziness: fatigue, fear, anger, anxiousness?
One of the most awe inspiring things on the planet is a Great White Shark pursuing and attacking its prey. Their massive power and relentlessly thrashing once they have latched onto a meal is legendary. The ferocity of these creatures is so memorizing it led to the creation of Discovery Channels show: Shark Week.
The problem with problems is that we think we can eliminate them from our lives. This is just plain wrong. We are always going to have some kind of problem or another happening either to us, or around us. It is a fool's errand to think we can solve, or prevent, all the problems. What