Tag: self mastery

Game Of Thrones – Principles

“Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armour, and it can never be used to hurt you.” — Tyrion “The night is dark and full of terrors.” — Melisandre “I will answer injustice with justice” Daenerys “You know nothing, Jon Snow.” — Ygritte “Night gathers, and now

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Difficult Conversations by Bruce Patton, Douglas Stone, abd Sheila Heen (Book Summary)

This book is based on fifteen years of research from Harvard as a proven step-by-step approach to having the most difficult conversations with less stresss and more success. You shouldn’t avoid difficult conversations out of the fear of the consequences. Typically we avoid these types of conversations because the outcomes are unpredictable and leave you

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The Four Levels Of Mastery

Unconscious Incompetence. The first level of mastery refers to when you are completely incompetent at a skill and don’t know anything about it, so you do not even bother. For example, I have never played soccer, so that makes me unconsciously incompetent because I just don’t know how to play, period. Conscious Incompetence. The second

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How the Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio released his unconventional template on how the economy works in 2013 which it is still relevant today. We can study this template to understand where we are today in relation to where we have been. Dalio recently has explained we are right now (as of September 2018) towards the end of the short

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Mindset by Carol Dweck (Book Summary)

Our mindset influences whether we believe we can learn or not. Your beliefs determine if you can accomplish something or not, and those beliefs are generated from your mindset. People with a fixed mindset believe that you are born naturally with some particular skills and not others. Their black and white way of thinking holds

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