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  • Нow to improve memory – let’s talk about the 5 pillars
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    Нow to improve memory – let’s talk about the 5 pillars

    Is thinking possible in the complete absence of memory? The question is interesting. If there is no memory, there is no place to register experience, without which thinking is impossible - since thinking relies, among other things, on experience.

  • Personality – does it really exist?
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    Personality – does it really exist?

    Personality is one of the key aspects of psychology. But does it really exist? On what basis is this determined?

  • Ikigai – Japanese philosophy of life
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    Ikigai – Japanese philosophy of life

    Ikigai - if you translate this concept into Russian literally, you get "the meaning of life", while Ken Mogi prefers to use a more figurative definition, according to which ikigai is what makes you want to wake up in the morning.

  • Intuition – listen and it will help
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    Intuition – listen and it will help

    When we talk about intuition, for the first time we have the ability to anticipate what will happen, which in itself sounds very tempting. Who wouldn't want to take a glimpse into the future, even for a second, or be able to save themselves some trouble?

  • Motivation: how to get and not lose motivated
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    Motivation: how to get and not lose motivated

    We all want motivation, we all need it, but most of us just don't get enough of it. Motivation can be elusive, and when we manage to find it within ourselves, we find it difficult to sustain it.

  • Creativity – how to start thinking creatively?
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    Creativity – how to start thinking creatively?

    Creativity - on the one hand, an element associated with our innate talents and predisposition, on the other, as a kind of skill that we can develop.

  • Polyglots: Myths and Secrets of Language Learning
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    Polyglots: Myths and Secrets of Language Learning

    Polyglot is a person who knows many foreign languages. Usually such people are fluent in two or three languages, while others know superficially, usually colloquial speech.

  • Conformism – No to the herd reflex
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    Conformism – No to the herd reflex

    Don't you want to be popular at work and participate in the life of the office and colleagues? Of course you do, because every person is a social being, and the desire to belong to a social group is deeply rooted in us. Each group exerts a certain pressure on us, conscious or unconscious. Let's take a closer look at the "matching effect"!

  • Existential crisis – what is the meaning of life?
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    Existential crisis – what is the meaning of life?

    Existential crisis primarily refers to those moments in life when you doubt your own existence. They usually happen in completely unexpected ways and even affect how you look at your entire life.

  • Dysphoria is a phenomenon of extreme depression
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    Dysphoria is a phenomenon of extreme depression

    Dysphoria is a state of extreme depression that is one of the many causes of negative well-being. There are two types according to the severity of the disease - mild and severe.

  • 13 virtues according to Franklin
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    13 virtues according to Franklin

    The name Benjamin Franklin is known to many. But if someone hasn't heard him, they've probably seen the picture of this man on the hundred dollar bill.

  • Sociopath – walking over the heads to his goal
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    Sociopath – walking over the heads to his goal

    A sociopath is a person who does not ignore anyone, but ignores the norms and customs of the culture or environment, does not take into account the feelings of others, manipulates people and does not feel guilty at all .