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How would your mind play tricks on you?


Research has shown that in group work settings, your brain naturally tends to trust people simply because they sound like they know what they’re talking about. It’s part of the unconscious bias that takes place in your brain every second of the day — a trait that is extremely important to survival.
But that unconscious bias might also be setting you up in a bad work situation. As we’ve heard for years, knowing is half the battle. Simply being aware that your brain is naturally inclined to trust more gregarious or authoritative people means you can guard against it. Instead, trust people you’re working with by looking at their actual capabilities and accomplishments. If you need to, even seek outside opinions.

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How much screen time is too much for your child? Why?


For many families in the modern digital age, battles over screen time and devices have become a struggle for parents, and knowing how much is too much has become an important target that needs to be investigated.
Therefore it’s important to find the right balance in the online and offline worlds and in leisure and learning, but it is very different for different kids at different ages and in different families, so it’s hard to ‘prescribe’….
On the other hand…Research shows that not having access to the digital world has a negative impact on kids…

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How game development can shape my career?


IT is true “Game Development is Hard”
It makes you face a multitude of problems and complications which you never realize you will face.
Issue come out of places where you never expect them to come from.
This gives you the ability to think and ponder on the problems you will face and eventually come up with a solution.
Some issues can’t be solved easily. But knowing how to do a workaround to resolve an issue is a valuable skill every developer should have.
If you can’t solve it, bypass it and try to think to other things to do…
When you will have a fresh mind return again to try to solve the previous problems…

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How do you imagine aliens?


Our imagination is full of aliens.
Ones that we’ve imagined, I mean. Large headed, large eyed, green skinned visitors on UFOs. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’s wide-set eyes, wrinkled brow, and glowing finger.
Whether it’s done by scientists, writers, or visual effects specialists, all our imagining of what aliens look like is just that: imagining.
At the end aliens are that you want to imagine….

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How do we deal with negative co-workers?


From my personal experience i can say that a person who is always negative (passing negative comments) is looking for social reward of ‘popularity’.
I can suggest you to just don’t give them that !
Say while you respect his thoughts, you just don’t share it.
And also don’t let the group sail with the negative thoughts.
The best way to combat negativity is to ‘isolate’ it.
Isolating negativity will have positive effect on the entire organisation and even on negative individual.
If the negativity continues to spread, report it and remove your co-worker from the bunch.

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How do I get what I want from difficult people?


I can suggest you that at first you need to understand and classify who is around you!
You can find different personalities like:
The Tank: Confrontational and angry.
The Sniper: Makes you look foolish.
The Grenade: Explodes into fury out of nowhere.
The Know-It-All: Authoritative and things must be their way.
The Whiner: Points out everything wrong in vague terms than you can follow this steps:
1. Listen and understand the end goal
2. Focus on what you can do something about
3. Get clear between a difficult message and a difficult person
You will always come across challenging people but by listening to them, asking
questions, understanding their goal and focusing your actions, you can put yourself in the best position to succeed in getting what you want.

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How does God distribute spiritual gifts?


No matter how much we have been gifted with one gift or another, we are all called upon to develop a number of areas mentioned in the lists of spiritual gifts: to be hospitable, to show acts of mercy, to serve one another, to evangelize, etc.
As we seek to serve God out of love for the purpose of building up others for His glory, He will bring glory to His name, grow His church, and reward us (1 Corinthians 3:5-8, 12:31–14:1). God promises that as we make Him our delight, He will give us the desires of our heart (Psalm 37:4-5).
This would surely include preparing us to serve Him in a way that will bring us
purpose and satisfaction.

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