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You are what you think you are

Your operating system reinforces your belief (bias) that the Universe conspires for you or against you.  That people are trustworthy or they’re not.  That you are lucky or unlucky.

Your standards and your quality of life improve with a bit of self-reflection, and an effort to upgrade your self-talk (e.g. “things always work out for me”).

The placebo effect is strong, and doesn’t only apply to medicine.

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