How to Destroy Your Comfort Zone and Improve Your Life: A Science-Backed Guide
Elle Kaplan

Resembles with “the map is not the territory” principle. We often confuse what we think with “reality”. Acknowledge of this alone can make us take our thoughts with a grain of salt. We can become curious about them, we can evaluate them, and we can change them if other thoughts or feelings would be more useful. We can improve our maps. Consequently, we can improve the quality of our lives.

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