Monday, 2 May 2016

Quote of the day

"By now, not even the future is not what it used to be."
(Alan Cohen)

According to statistics, 93% of the statistics are not true. Now, joke aside, statistically speaking, people who think about the past or the future are less happier than the people who live in the present. Despite this, 47% of the time, our time, we are thinking about the past or the future. Staying in the moment of Now, and controlling our mind wandering tendency is the best known and most effective technique for improving our cognitive function. I based my affirmations on Mat Killingsworth recent research related to mindfulness and mind wandering.

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