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This is a fun one.

The next technique is this puzzle video and try to pronounce this yourself.

If you’re a German speaker then you can pronounce it.

If you’re not then I bet you this is difficult.

So let me give it a go.

It’s I’m still young but I have a feeling I said it wrong.

So let’s get Google to help me out here.

All right Google.

Let’s see how close I was I to lung.

All right.

I think I think she said it better than I.

But what is this cryptic German word.

Well as you can see it’s called the ice sheet along effect and the ice long effect is this idea that

our brains develop in a way to mechanize the state of the mind.

Mm hmm.

Let’s talk about this a little bit more.

I ice along is mentioned a lot in scientific studies for example Thomas S.

Kuhn says that the most new

breakthroughs are made by younger people or people from different fields that come in because they don’t

have to long i along is what we call a rigid mindset.

Sometimes if we have a rigid mindset we aren’t too willing to see novel or different or new ideas.

It’s almost like a mind’s way of creating a roadblock where your intuition actually becomes wrong.

You can become a master of a topic but often what happens is that because you consider yourself no longer

a beginner you stop taking advice opinions and feedback from other people from other masters or other

colleagues or even people that are not as smart as you.

But that’s actually a bad thing because you start creating this rigidity in your mind that doesn’t allow

for new ideas maybe ideas that weren’t available when you first started learning are now available and

changes things.

For example if you’re a doctor you go to medical school you graduate and congratulations you’re a doctor.

But over the years new studies new findings are going to be discovered in health.

If you don’t keep up with the trends if you don’t continue to learn if you don’t go to conferences and

find out new things that scientists have discovered you’re going to have this rigid mindset.

This I stay along where you are set in your ways and you’re not going to achieve new heights.

So how do we solve this problem.

Well scientists call a solution to this problem.

Integrative complexity.

Nobody’s coming up with easy terms are they hand integrative.

Complexity is this idea of willingness to accept multiple perspectives.

You want to get different opinions perspectives on a topic and then integrate them into a bigger more

coherent picture I like this analogy of a painting or a picture where you keep evolving your understanding

your picture of something over and over and over.

It’s almost like your brain is never going to be complete.

Your knowledge of something is never going to be complete.

You have this beginner mindset where you’re always ready to integrate new points new ideas new chunks

into your knowledge and one of the greatest learners in the world is Bill Gates right.

Bill Gates is known for having an incredible knowledge base and that’s because he doesn’t have this

rigid mindset.

He’s constantly reading new books constantly getting experts to teach him different things constantly

asks questions and he is never set in his ways.

He’s always willing to be told that he might be wrong or his ideas might be wrong.

That’s true intelligence and all prolific learners or all efficient learners have this idea of a cup

where your cup is always half empty.

Instead of having a cup full.

Where as new knowledge gets poured into your cup it just overflows and spills over your cup is half


And as new knowledge water flows in you’re still containing that knowledge and accepting that knowledge

to keep your brain happy.

And that’s why I still long is important.

Sometimes you need to on learn sometimes why you learn previously might be wrong or might become wrong

and you need to be willing to say hey I was wrong and I’m going to learn something new.

This also goes back to the idea of the growth mindset that we talked at the beginning of the course

where you need to understand that your brain can grow your learning can grow and it’s always adjusting.

And we also learned that everything is a game.

We’re always constantly evolving constantly adapting to different situations playing a game of life

and stronger people that have strong opinions are usually those that don’t know enough.

So one thing to take away from here is I always like asking the question what is option C you thought

about Option A.

And he thought about Option B maybe those are the most obvious but is there an option C.

Is there something that you haven’t thought of one of my favorite videos of a young Serena and Venus

Williams who are famous tennis players.

One of the world’s greatest and yes I’ve used a lot of tennis examples because I love tennis but one

of their practices when they are young with their father shows them actually throwing tennis rackets

as a practice their serve letting and then throwing those rackets and then landing on a trampoline a

novel and unique way to practice serving this novel and unique way maybe contributed to them being one

of history’s greatest tennis players.

So when learning.

Ask yourself what is Option C and always always understand that there’s pros and cons to everything

and that strong opinions are usually covering insecurities.

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