Monthly Archives: September 2013

Lesson no. 273: The Mere Exposure Effect


We have to protect our environment, what we surround ourselves with. We say we can protect ourselves from people, from bad stuff and bad attitudes. But if we stay long enough in that environment, we have the tendency to adjust … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 272: Episodic Memory


What do we do during our lives? We mostly collect memories. But what happens if we lose all that? We lose the people that are dear to us, we lose our role models, we lose our history, we lose our … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 271: Why Should You Care?


They say that if people don’t need you in their lives, it’s better for you to let them go and not need them also. It’s not mean, it’s good for your soul. Your energy should be well spent on the … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 270: Just Be Different.


Just because you are the only one who thinks that way, it doesn’t mean it’s wrong, it just means that others don’t see it that way. We are designed to see the things in our own way, don’t take that … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 269: Don’t Let Them Push You Around


Some people will treat you with respect and some won’t. It’s up to you to draw the line where they stop. It’s not your problem, don’t try to fit in and be liked because you will never be able to … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 268: Progress Bar


Just because the New Year’s Eve is far doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look back on this year and see how you’re standing on your goals and projects. There is still some time left for you to catch up, to start … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 267: Letting Go


Probably one of the most hard thing someone can do is letting go. Letting go means you have invested time and passion and all the material things into something or someone that you believed in strongly. Letting go means accepting … Continue reading

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