The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: curiosity

Data missing

It is quite natural for people to compare themselves with others. The way they choose

Reading summaries

Years ago, I read Mortimer J. Adler’s book “How to Read a book” and continue

How to measure well-being

The easy answer is that it can’t be measured and that as an organization one

Questions without answers

When people ask questions there are quite a few reactions possible. When the question is

Beginnings and Endings

Humans are used to things having a beginning and an end. However, they may not

The benefit of references

A reference is something people know and will refer to whenever they learn something new.

Asking what they want

It seems an easy question. What do you want? But it rarely is. And that

Solving the problem

Which problem are you trying to solve? The problem that exists in a given situation

Getting a hold on clarity

Sometimes, some concepts can be grasped intuitively but are not necessarily clear. Most of them

On the ride

“Shake off that erroneous notion that life is there and you’re just gonna live in

They are so good

When learning a new skill, people usually are aware of a learning curve. Something a