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2011년 10월 26일 수요일

Awaken the Giant Within


10/26(the forces that shapes your life)
- 53, pain and pleasure! Everything you and i do, we do either out of our need to avoid pain or our desire to gain pleasure.
- 54, They haven't experienced enough pain yet. emotional threshold!
- 61, what u link pain and pleasure to will shape your destiny
- 62, by changing what link pain and pleasure to, we will instantly change our behaviors. 
- 66, most people focus on how to avoid pain and gain pleasure in the short-term, and thereby create long-term  pain for themselves.
- 70, unknown is much more painful than what they're already experiencing.
11/1 (belief systems)
-74, generalizations are simply the identification of similar patterns. it simplify our lives and allow us to function
-75, most of our beliefs are generalizations about our past, based on our interpretations of painful and pleasurable experiences
78, feeling of certainty.
idea : tabletop with no legs. -> belief by adding some references(a leg) to support the idea.
84, achievers rarely see a problem as permanent, while those who fail see even the smallest problem as permanent.
this too shall pass
85, if we associate enough pain to anything, we'll change
87, if u question anything enough, eventually u'll begin to doubt it. e.g. CIA official
opinion belief conviction
90, using social proof is a great way to limit your life
96, kaizen
 constant and never-ending imporvement(CANI)
97 the best time to kill monster is while it's still little
109 how quickly could a person recover from the loss of a loved one and begin to feel differently? Physically, they have to capability to do it the next morning. but they don't. why? Because we have a set of beliefs in our culture that we need to grieve for a certain period of time.
How to get u really want
153, what u really want is simply to change the way u feel. u want these thing or results because u see them as a means to achieving certain feelings, emotions, or states that u desire
159, getting old is not a matter of age; it's a lack of movement. and the ultimate lack of movement is death.