Number 13 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We look at what everyone else is doing in order to determine what we’ll do.
Number 12 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We react irrationally when there’s a chance we’ll love something we had or almost had… regardless of how small or petty it is.
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Sept. 11, 2017, 1:28 a.m.
Number 8 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We often associate brands, people and groups with others based on advertising along with what we’re told.
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:27 a.m.
Number 9 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
The pain of admitting and accepting certain truths is too much to handle so we continue to deny it and deny it.
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:24 a.m.
Number 10 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We think we’re more skilled, more talented and all-round better than the average man out there.
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:23 a.m.
Number 11 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We tend to be too optimistic (at least in the day to day) which leads to disappointment when things don’t go our way (because we expect them to).
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Sept. 11, 2017, 1:22 a.m.
Number 7 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
When we receive something, whether genuinely free or from the kind will of another we want to give back.
This can be good in personal situations, however can also make us be a sucker when it comes to business deals.
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:20 a.m.
Number 2 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
The tendency to especially like oneself, one’s own kind and one’s own idea...
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:18 a.m.
Number 24 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
We know life isn’t fair but we can’t come to terms with this truth.
A small amount of unfairness can make an entire ecosystem function more efficiently.
Number 6 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
The desire to seek more information and become a learning machine.
There is not enough curiosity to learn, even though you receive so many benefits from a continuous learning process. Munger says, “the curious are also provided with much fun and wisdom once formal educatio...
Sept. 11, 2017, 1:15 a.m.
Number 5 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
As the saying goes To the man with a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
Removing repetitive traits such as bad habits and daily routines is harder than one would expect.
Sept. 11, 2017, 12:23 a.m.
Number 4 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
Once we’ve got some information on a subject we don’t like to hear new (even correct!) information.
As new information comes in we ignore it and make a snap decision based upon our (consistent) previous knowledge.
Number 3 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
Disliking distortion, bias from that, the reciprocal of liking distortion and the tendency not to learn appropriately from someone disliked.
True information coming from a disliked source is often ignored.
Struggling with underdeveloped forearms and poor grip strength?
Farmers Walks are an old school strongman style exercise for building up your grip strength, forearms and mental toughness.
Flutter kicks are an extremely simple and fool-proof abdominal exercise that targets the upper, middle and lower rectus abdominus.
Once you’ve mastered slow and controlled flutter kicks on a bench I recommend increasing the resistance with a pair of ankle weights.
The close grip push-up is an excellent bodyweight based exercise for targetting the triceps.
Stuck without any gym equipment? Struggling to work your way up to the triceps dip?
The kettlebell front squat is a great alternative to the traditional barbell squat.
If you’re encountering lower back issues or want to place greater emphasis on the quads as opposed to the hamstrings I recomend adding the kettlebell front squat into your routine.
The kettlebell goblet squat is a great alternative to the traditional barbell squat.
If you’re encountering lower back issues or want to place greater emphasis on the quads as opposed to the hamstrings I recomend adding the kettlebell goblet squat into your routine.
The one arm kettlebell press is an excellent functional movement to build strength and size in the deltoids while also increasing core strength and correcting muscular imbalances (as a result of constant barbell and machine based training).
The kettlebell push-up is without a doubt one of the most effective push-up variations out there.
When performing push-ups utilizing a pair of kettlebells your range of motion is greatly increased, improving chest activation as well as the core activation involved.