We fail to question, much to our detriment, certain sources we like and/or whoever presents things we’d love to believe.
We accept these at too great a cost to ourselves.
One of the ways to get someone to believe what we are persuading them to believe is to associate what is presented with no logic and proof with something that is “scientific”.
Here’s a great example.
Whether you are interested in that or not, consider at least learning and living by avoiding the classic thinking (or, more accurately, non-thinking) errors.
Included in that are some links that might be useful if you are interested…
Thinking Contents/Links – Review and select pieces that you are interested in.
Errors In Thinking is a detailed piece following from Good Decisions Lead To A Good Life – The Number One Process For Happiness
Checklist For Effective Thinking The Vital Skill For Effectiveness In Life – Perhaps you want to check out the Big Two things that are necessary for effective thinking.