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From Entertainment to Growth Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Tuesday 6 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Entertainment is about thinking about something else, according to Pascal. Thus, we will not think about our personal growth. We get the impression that we cannot do without entertainment easily. You feel addicted to games. In fact, there are few loopholes to the movies. First of all, it’s (...)


Why to Meditate ? Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Monday 5 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
It’s scientifically proven. Our unconscious speaks to us and gives us ideas. Our unconscious is the part of our mind that thinks without telling us alone. Thus, when our mind rests, the unconscious thinks and then tells us, according to and for our truth’s research. First of all, the mind must (...)


Linking into Grey Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Sunday 4 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Almost is not all black and white. There are many grey’s shades. When at school we unlink, it is about linking in his mind. Any separation requires link. Images can help to link. It’s about symbols. These are representative images. A word can be a symbol. After unlinking some representations, (...)


Industries and Schools Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Sunday 4 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Schools need industries to exist. An industry makes it possible to produce toys or tools serially, so in the same machine. Industries use large machines that serve as tools to make these series quickly. A series are identical objects. It is the industries that require researchers and engineers (...)


Becoming Wealthy Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Friday 2 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
According to Henry Charles Carey, wealth is knowing how to use that we have. Indeed, what is about owning something that we do not use ? To become rich, you need to know how to use instruments or tools. The manual work allows to diversify your mind while linking into it. Entrepreneurs easily (...)


Creative Pedagogies Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Thursday 1 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
What is creative pedagogy for? A creative pedagogy is used to become rational, resourceful and psychologist. Freudian jobs, such as psychology or advertising and its surveys, are not useful for a rational and creative population. Indeed, Freud described the human as an animal. He even created (...)


Creative Studies Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Sunday 28 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
A well-designed study was requested by the students. Indeed, Homo Sapiens only understands himself with his ability to organize society. The teacher must then transmit his students’ demands, with a true citizen’s manual, allowing himself and his students to strengthen their ego and knowledge. (...)


Joy and Happiness Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Saturday 27 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
It is easy for a child to be joyful, examining his happiness. It is, for many, a reflex. To be happy is to feel useful, to achieve a human goal. It is to be rewarded after an effort, especially flourishing. To be joyful is to enjoy happiness. For children, therefore, the joy is ended happily, (...)


Emotion and his Enlightenment Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Thursday 25 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Solving problems is in everyone. However, we can only grow or regress. Conservatism does not exist in living, because if we do nothing, we lose our memory. So someone who does not want to grow will want to destroy, so that his entourage become like him, by mimicry. It is possible to become (...)


Awakening with his Childhood Save this article in PDF (2 Thinking to Act)

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Sunday 21 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
We all use shortcuts in our childhood, in order to grow up faster. Yet these shortcuts have erased questions, some of which are important. Indeed, childhood determines our very small personality. If we go too fast we lose some of our personality. If we lose our childhood, we destroy ourselves. (...)


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