Defaulting to Mindfulness: The Third Person Effect
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- Welsh novelist Sarah Waters sums it up eloquently
- In their classic book, Creativity in Business, based on a popular course they co-taught
- Novelist and screenwriter Steven Pressfield
- A possible off-the-wall idea or solution appears like a blip and disappears without us even realizing
The short answer is yes. According to Kross, when you think of yourself as another person, it allows you give yourself more objective, helpful feedback.
Both of these assumptions, of course, could be entirely false. Self-censoring is firmly rooted in our experiences with mistakes in the past and not the present