103 Bits of Wisdom

Kevin Kelly, the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, shares 103 bits of wisdom with us.

I can’t say which I like best. There are so many good ones.

Here are just a few of his nuggets:

• If winning becomes too important in a game, change the rules to make it more fun. Changing rules can become the new game.
• The biggest lie we tell ourselves is “I don’t need to write this down because I will remember it.”
• You’ll get 10x better results by elevating good behavior rather than punishing bad behavior, especially in children and animals.
• Courtesy costs nothing. Lower the toilet seat after use. Let the people in the elevator exit before you enter. Return shopping carts to their designated areas. When you borrow something, return it in better shape (filled up, cleaned) than when you got it.

 Aren’t they great?

Which one(s) do you like?


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