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A pithy observation which contains a general truth

An aphorism (from Greek αΌ€Ο†ΞΏΟΞΉΟƒΞΌΟŒΟ‚ aphorismos, "delimitation") is a terse saying, expressing a general truth, principle, or astute observation, and spoken or written in a laconic and memorable form. Aphorism literally means a "distinction" or "definition"

Collision Theory​

The Collision Theory of Innovation

Confirmation Bias​


If you can’t achieve consistency your ambitions for improvement are guesswork. To achieve the consistency you must have well-documented processes and checklists that anyone with baseline skills can follow and get the same results.

Decision Fatigue​

In decision making and psychology, decision fatigue refers to the deteriorating quality of decisions made by an individual after a long session of decision making


Directly Responsible Individual

Imposter Syndrome​

The opposite character type to fake it until you make it.

Working Memory​

Its capacity is limited We are only able to store 5-9 elements at a time. It is active. It doesn't only store information, it also manipulates and transforms it. Its content is permanently being updated. It is modulated by the dorsolateral frontal cortex