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This would be a combination of couple of things, dependant upon what type of "activity" you are referring to. It can be broken up into two aspects, the physical and the cognitive aspect. The cognitive aspect is your mind becoming "unconsciously competent" of completion of the activity. There are 4 measureable stages of competence involved in the process of ...


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This phenomenon was at least alluded to by William Strauss and Neil Howe in their book, "Generations". America had a relatively egalitarian society in the late 1940s, 1950s, and early 1960s, during the rise of the World War II generation, a so-called "civic" type of generation. That was when politics was played "between the 40 yard lines," that is, around ...


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