|An Entrepreneur's Most Important Tool: Self-Delusion |
Millard Fuller – the founder of Habitat for Humanity – summed it up gorgeously. He said: “It’s easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than to think your way into a new way of acting.”
This is not pseudo-scientific blather spouted bunkum-filled books like The Secret. The idea that your actions alter your thoughts is one of the foundations of cognitive-behavioral psychology and has been studied since the 19 century (both William James and Charles Darwin wrote about it).
Force your face into a smile, you will be happier. Sounds creepy, but it works.
History Repeats Itself (on its own)- not to be misunderstood to imply making history to repeat, not minding to learn a lessin from the past is permissible or excusable. of more relevance, if it is legislative history one is talng about - hence the rule of interpretation that...
Learning from the Past: