Our Mind Is a Story Teller

It consumes everything it sees, but not everything is useful.

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One day, my close colleague really upset me. When browsing posts on social media, I found a thank-you note from a client, after my colleague presented our product without inviting me. I was sad and angry. But it turns out I was completely wrong. A few days later, I was actually laughing about it. My colleague…

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Michel Kana, Ph.D

Michel Kana, Ph.D

Top Medium Writer. Fellow of Harvard University. AI Expert. Certified Learner. I help curious minds become life practitioners.

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