By Aditya Shukla, Psychologist
Tip: When confused, start eliminating options instantly
Tip: When googling, look for the opposite information, you'll find something useful
Tip: Always look at the stories of people who failed in spite of doing something right.
Tip: When trying to persuade someone, tell how much effort went into it, then they'll appreciate it.
Tip: Purposefully observe things so you notice small changes occurring in the environment. They happen all the time.
Tip: If you fail, don't jump to conclusions and inspect if you made a mistake first.
Tip: Sometimes it's better to let go than keep putting more effort.
Tip: Objects and events don't occur more frequently just because you've started noticing them more often.
Tip: Your experiences might not have been as exciting or dramatic as you remember them.
By Aditya Shukla, Psychologist and founder (Cognition Today)