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did-you-kno: Smart people underestimate themselves; ignorant people think they’re brilliant. It’s a cognitive bias called the Dunning-Kruger effect, where the highly skilled assume that things they find easy are also easy for others, and the unskilled are so incompetent that they can’t recognize their own stupidity. Source

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from Sober Nation

10 Quotes About Open Mindedness From Really Smart People

Open mindedness is critical to recovery. New ideas about how to live your life will be overwhelming when first getting sober, but being open minded is key.

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from digitalinformationworld.com

Habits of World's Smartest People - infographic

A look at the good and bad habits of the world's smartest people http://www.online-phd-programs.org/smart-people/

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“Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.” – Ernest Hemingway. Perhaps because the suffering of others is felt and understood more than those who remain ignorant to the world around them

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from Teespring

PAPA The Man and The Legend

This is amazing and so true! I hate people who feel the need to YELL and SCREAM to get their point across!

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from Lifehack

10 Inspirational Quotes Of The Day (213)

10 Inspirational Quotes Of The Day (213). Love this because it's also what my company does as we are mission based #uplift #empower #validate

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She's right on point. People really never forget how you make them feel. That's the real reason people do business together or have personal relationships. Not because you're pretty or smart or more talented than any other. It's whether you're a headache for them or you make them feel something good or make their lives better/easier in some way.

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