The Japanese Definition of “Life” Will Definitely Inspire You

The turtle won in the racing competition. Even though our lives are not like a marathon, and might not have a champion, we can still learn a lot from the little slow turtle. His persistence defined his success, and if we have the persistence he has, we will also arrive at the finish line one day. Want to see how some Japanese defines their lives, and proves life is not a marathon? Watch this: The post The Japanese Definition of “Life” Will Definitely Inspire You appeared first on Lifehack. Lifehack

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Think out of the Box Is Outdated, Think in High Definition Instead

Whenever I hear someone say “think outside the box”, I start to wonder why there is a box in the first place. Personally, I don’t think inside the box, I don’t think outside the box, I don’t even know where the box is! We constrain our self when we box ourselves in. When we do this, we fail to see solutions outside of the status quo. If you have boxed yourself in… simply get rid of the box. For me, Lean Six Sigma helps to remove the box. Think of…

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Expertise Is a Lie and Why We Need a Better Definition of It

In 2015, an eighth grader did some research into the story behind the ‘No Irish Need Apply’ signs that were alleged to have existed in 19th century United States. Despite claims in 2002 from a distinguished historian that the signs were a myth and had never existed, the eighth grader Rebecca Fried was able to prove the historian wrong simply by doing some basic research on Google.  Not only did Fried found photographic evidence of the signs – but she found lots of it.[1] Just because something is stated by…

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