Dropping Expectations

We tend to start any inter­ac­tion with our fel­low co-humans based on cer­tain expec­ta­tions. This is true espe­cial­ly for long-term pri­vate rela­tion­ships as well as for busi­ness envi­ron­ments. What would hap­pen if we dropped our expec­ta­tions and inter­act­ed with­out any Inter­pre­ta­tion of our coun­ter­part’s reac­tions? Start­ing from my per­son­al expe­ri­ences, I sug­gest to skip any spe­cif­ic expec­ta­tion regard­ing the reac­tion of your con­ver­sa­tion­al part­ner for a week or so, be it in

Does behavioral data facilitate the next quantum leap in human evolution?

What makes Homo Sapi­ens supe­ri­or to other ani­mals? We are weak­er and slow­er, but our brains are 3–5 times big­ger than those of our near­est species, the Orang Utans. Are the achieve­ments of build­ing the atom­ic bomb or invent­ing the inter­net the main dif­fer­en­tia­tors? Of course not — what makes Homo Sapi­ens supe­ri­or is his abil­i­ty to com­mu­ni­cate and to be social — his cul­tur­al foun­da­tion. About 300,000 years ago,

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