This is from another interesting article by Art Markman, one of my favorites at 99u.com.
It is no coincidence that the motivation to think and the motivation to act seem to strike us at different times. Research by psychologists Arie Kruglanski, Tory Higgins, and their colleagues suggests that we have two complementary motivational systems: the “thinking” system and the “doing” system – and we’re generally only capable of using one at a time.
Read the rest of the story here.
Ross Burns posted this.