As much as we like to think we are rational beings with sound judgment and being reasonable, very often we make irrational choices and poor decisions because of various biases that are hard-wired into our subconscious.
Difficult conversations often involve strong differences of opinion and may elicit strong and complex emotions. Avoiding such conversations is never an effective solution as it leads to poor working and personal relationships and workplace conflicts.
There is no harm in keeping yourself or your business updated, being competent or being interested in new technologies, ideas or products. But however, when it becomes always about the next thing and if you are prone to chasing new things constantly and never settling with one option, it leads to several negative consequences.
In today’s world of instant gratification, where we want everything instantly makes us accustomed to instant gratification bias in other important areas of our work.
Constantly giving into temptations can lead to unproductive habits, poor decision-making, anger, stress, overwhelm and impulsive behaviour. …
We all have goals, ideas, or a vision for what we could become or go on to achieve.
While some manage to live up to their potential, many either get stuck or don’t reach their desired goals and end up living down to their perceived limitations.
Know whether your limitations are real or perceived to achieve your full potential
Are you a continuous learner ?
Thinking in terms of “I already know enough to get by” makes one limited in terms of improving or growing.
To achieve and maintain success in an ever-changing world, one must be constantly evolving, and we should learn each and every day to stay relevant, lest we get left behind with outdated information.
When we lack awareness of how habits are structured and how to use that structure to our advantage, we fail to be consistent with our new habits.