Is Overconfidence Tearing the World Apart?

Is it good to think you’re better than you are? By most accounts, confidence is a positive characteristic. It convinces people to trust you, motivates you towards big goals, and is for the most part a more positive experience than doubt or uncertainty.

Low confidence suggests a lack of belief in oneself. It will likely inhibit us from reaching our full potential, as our bar will be set…




What is a mind? Why do we have them? What might they become?

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An emergent property of billions of chaotically firing neurons. Currently thinking about thinking.

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