Viktor Goliaš

Viktor Goliaš

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Most of the people interested in the improvement of productivity heard about Pareto or 80/20 principle. Where 20% of actions yield 80% of results. Easy to understand, harder to apply.  Usually, we think through the lens of Bell-shaped curve model of the system. However, applying the lens of the Power-law curve makes much more sense in order to progress faster. The example above illustrates these 2 different perspectives how to approach a specific problem.

Most of the people interested in the improvement of productivity heard about Pareto or 80/20 principle. Where 20% of actions yield 80% of results. Easy to understand, harder to apply. Usually, we think through the lens of Bell-shaped curve model of the system. However, applying the lens of the Power-law curve makes much more sense in order to progress faster. The example above illustrates these 2 different perspectives how to approach a specific problem.

FLOW STATE  Flow state is one of the most desired state of mind, when we feel completely lost in the activity, time flies and actions are effortless. Many resources conclude that it is one of the main contributors to peak performance (Check Steven Kotler and his book Rise of the Superman).

FLOW STATE Flow state is one of the most desired state of mind, when we feel completely lost in the activity, time flies and actions are effortless. Many resources conclude that it is one of the main contributors to peak performance (Check Steven Kotler and his book Rise of the Superman).

5. Feedback Loops

5. Feedback Loops

The Virtues of Moral Personhood. From Character and Leadership: Situating Servant leadership in a Proposed Virtues Framework, by Lanctot and Irving,

prokopetz: “appel-likes: “ tobias-kelmandia: “ theemotionmachine: “ Virtue requires a delicate balance. ” This could be a great set of descriptors for tracking social stats in a game.

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The Feynman Technique, helps you learn anything faster by quickly identifying gaps in your understanding. It's also a versatile thinking tool. Study tips and insights

"Systems thinking is a way of approaching problems that asks how various elements within a system — which could be an ecosystem, an organization, or something more dispersed such as a supply chain — influence one another."

"Systems thinking is a way of approaching problems that asks how various elements within a system — which could be an ecosystem, an organization, or something more dispersed such as a supply chain — influence one another."

GUIDELINES FOR DRAWING CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAMS

GUIDELINES FOR DRAWING CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAMS