How Poor Planning And Being Impulsive Can Lead To Big Wins In Life
Eric Barker stashed this in Diabolical Plans For World Domination
Great lede, Eric:
I’ve posted a ton of research about how conscientiousness may be the most important personality trait out there.
What’s conscientiousness? Having your act together. Neat and tidy. Organized and on time.
Which can be really depressing because, frankly, I’m not all that conscientious.
But this begs the question: are there benefits to not being conscientious?
Yes, as a matter of fact, there are.
Read more: http://www.bakadesuyo.com/2014/01/impulsive/
Is there any drawn out fact that won't sail under a preponderance of journalistic rhetoric these days? When everything can work to fit a purpose, nothing does.
Irony is not only dead and been forgotten, but it's suffering the added ignominy of being buried under a growing mental decoupage of research that neither illuminates nor leads one to principled understandings.