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Season vs. energy levels: how to avoid winter sleep

As days begin to fade into night too quickly, temperature tends to drop, we change the hierarchy of the clothes we have in the wardrobe: sweaters, puffy socks, trousers and winter shoes first. It's time for our summer outfits to gather dust. While the weather won't fuel our energy levels as much as it used… Continue reading Season vs. energy levels: how to avoid winter sleep

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Vol.1 in 50 shades of bias – impact bias

We use the word 'bias' to usually describe an assumption, a number of negative thoughts about a given situation, person, thing. We may think it's easy to recognize when someone is biased against a given race, for example. It's a whole new story when it comes to emotional biases, errors in our thoughts which are… Continue reading Vol.1 in 50 shades of bias – impact bias

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Successful people vs unsuccessful people and the danger of survivorship bias

If you're an entrepreneur or just a person who is driven to achieve success, you may hear advice to read bios first, to do the same as all those successful people did. You read more and more and you start believing that all those people made it - and they've dropped out of school, all… Continue reading Successful people vs unsuccessful people and the danger of survivorship bias

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One crucial reason why we’re SAD during autumn and winter

Here it comes - mid-autumn, when we have long forgotten sunny days, it's time for winter. For some - this approching season has mainly one, positive connotation and it's a well-known line from Game of Thrones (or maybe you know nothing, huh? ). For others it brings along only one word - SAD which is… Continue reading One crucial reason why we’re SAD during autumn and winter