Showing posts from April, 2018

Counter Procrastination and Bad Behaviours

Writing your learning script: Ingraining good and bad behaviours

How to gain more positive skills and unfuck negative mentality (How to level up and train your character part 4)

As a former ABA therapist who is trained and graduated in human behaviour and ABA therapy, psychology.
Rewarding and conditioning good behaviours with desirable rewards can become stale and ineffective.

I.e. Calling our children to table for dinner to be rewarded with foods they like or scolding them if they fail to come when called, does not seem to be winning strategy for obedience nor family time.

As an adult or teenager, we are aware of what makes us unhappy , using pavlov conditioning as an example, we come to realise that we are often stimulated and offered unconscious priming to be accustomed to society, advertising and seek immediate rewards when offered. I.e seeing the sign of MacDonald can make your kid excited, or another example being able to get what you desire when being exposed to an opportunity,…

commitment to memory (making meaning) ft.John Anderson & Dr. Jordan B Peterson video

1) No amount of glory can surpass inferiority. You can name the conditions, from physicality to wits and humour. To each its own. "don't judge a fish for climbing a tree". Truth be told, you can compare its ability to swim perhaps, but it's ability does not make void that it is redundant in climbing a tree, and likewise does not mean it is superior to an ant in swimming.

What about fishes to fishes comparison? Well, one can be more aesthetic, one can thrive with less food, one can clear waste, you can pinpoint to its breed and specific ability that it have, but you can't say that it is more because it can.

There is no glory in having achievements. There is glory in achieving, which is usually found within ourselves. For we reach a "fair" baseline, of "ourselves", a fair "timeline", but I'm pretty sure as much as you feel you remain the same, as much as you can no longer look at your youngest self and say "that's exactly…