I always found Transactional Analysis fascinating. Not so much for the theory behind “the games people play” as for the three-part model that help us categorize communication. The next four videos give an excellent crash course on the TA model.
The way to deal with an impossible task is to chop it down into a number of merely very difficult tasks, and break each one of them into a group of horribly hard tasks, and each one of them into tricky jobs, and each one of them…
(Terry Pratchet, Truckers)
String Theory tells us we live in a 10 dimensional world. It’s easy to understand the first four dimensions, three for space and one for time. However, it gets progressively harder to conceptualise each dimension above. It’s tough enough to reach 10 and then why stop there?