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Why Things Don't Make Sense and What to Do About It
Making sense of things is essential for life. You need it to understand your environment and navigate towards what's best for you, your life, and the world.

But all around you, there are many factors and forces can and do hijack your sensemaking abilities. This is why making sense of things is so hard.

Now there is a solution. And, there are specific things you can do restore and protect your ability to make things make sense.

Your brain is a master of making sense.

As children, we rapidly make sense of a new world.

We do this using the same native sensemaking abilities that unlock profound scientific insights and inventions.

As we go through life, we depend on our sensemaking abilities to help us navigate our lives towards what we care about and what's good for us.

Our native sensemaking abilities are being impaired.

When we struggle to make sense of things, we may think it's a problem with our brain.

But modern cognitive science has revealed that there are real factors and forces in our everyday lives that impair our brain's native ability to make sense of things.

When we can't make sense, it hurts.

We need to make sense of things to successfully navigate life.

When our sensemaking abilities are impaired, we can't navigate life, leaving us feeling lost, disconnected, anxious, and hopeless.

Most forms of help address the symptoms, not the cause.

There are plenty of things that try to help us cope or adapt when we are struggling to make sense of things. But they don’t address the core problem. They don’t address what is keeping us from being able to make sense of things.

Science now knows how to deal with the problem.

In the 21st century, groundbreaking research in modern cognitive science has revealed how sensemaking works in the brain.

Science now understands how our native sensemaking abilities have been impaired.

And, it has revealed new principles that can help us to both restore and accelerate our native sensemaking abilities.

Get back the power of your brain. Make sense of things better and faster.

Inqwire synthesizes what science now understands about the brain into simple tools, training, and practices for sensemaking.

With Inqwire, you can restore and accelerate your ability to make sense of things in life and the world.

The more you make sense of things, the better you feel.

Endless studies show that having a sense that one's life makes sense correlates with just about every measure of wellbeing.