How We Think is How We Work, Love & Live. Is It Time to Rethink Our Thinking?

# 7min

Every day, our lives are filled with conversations: interactions we have with strangers, connections we share with our closest friends, loved ones, and family members. But the person we actually talk to the most is ourselves. While we may not speak out loud (at least, not all the time), we’re constantly interacting with the internal monologue that dashes through our head. In this Edge, we’ll learn how easy it is to listen to other people without really thinking about what they’re saying, and how changing that habit can transform lives. Then we’ll learn how the thoughts that constantly run through our head may not be as harmless as we think, and how to make them work for us rather than against us. Finally, we’ll explore how what we think we know can keep us from adding to what we know.

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