Failure as a strategic advantage. #li
Today is the first day of the rest of your data's life. #li

As Daniel Kahneman suggests, today I'll focus being happy and remembering it happily, too. #li

Thanks to Maria Popova for directing me to Daniel Kahneman's inspiring TED presentation about the difference between being happy and thinking of yourself as happy. 

Brain Pickings: Thinking, Fast and Slow: A New Way to Think About Thinking, 2011-Oct-26, by Maria Popova

Among the book’s most fascinating facets are the notions of the experiencing self and the remembering self, underpinning the fundamental duality of the human condition — one voiceless and immersed in the moment, the other occupied with keeping score and learning from experience. Kahneman spoke of these two selves and the cognitive traps around them in his fantastic 2010 TED talk


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