Why over complicate things that need not be complex? We seem to see things more complex than necessary. We hear people say this is hard or complex. And because of that we think of it as complex or hard. When if you think of it as easy it is it all comes down to perception again. If you perceive it as easy it will be and if you perceive it as hard or complex it will be. For example, in high school everyone loathes math class, because it is supposedly hard. But I don’t think of it as hard and do really well as opposed to the people who think it is hard to comprehend. So the way you perceive problems does actually make a difference in the amount of time it takes to solve and weather you mind doing it or the problem solving process becomes agonizing.

About Thain

I am a high school senior with a strong interest in psychology and philosophy; my interest in psychology stems from my analytical thinking, I analyze just about everything. It is similar for philosophy except that everything is more in theory than in fact. These all compound to create the reason why I joined HNWF; self help type stuff has a lot of psychological principles in it and surrounding it. I joined because I was surrounded by it and the idea of being part of it interested me.

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