Friday, September 28, 2018. Issue #196
30 Days to a Smarter Brain (How to Rapidly Improve How You Think) | Medium
Everyone wants a better, and smarter brain to process information faster and have better memory recall. The most brilliant minds don’t have more brain power than the average person, they just use their brains more efficiently. Your brain’s health is a product of your daily habits. To optimize your brain, all you have to do is make slight adjustments...
The last three months I’ve been trying an experiment. It’s something that I’ve never done before, and in a certain way, it’s been a huge challenge. However, in other ways, it’s been an enormous stress relief, and I would say a largely successful effort. What I’ve done seems to go against...
You’ve popped down the shops to pick up some milk. Halfway there you remember that this particular shop is actually closed on Sunday afternoons. And as far as you know, there are no others open nearby. Still, you’ve already spent 10 minutes walking in that direction...
Some books you read, and then forget. Others change a small part of your life. Then there are the rare gems that fundamentally change the way you think, live, and work. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport is one of the later.
You probably know that your office setup plays a considerable part in your productivity. Poorly lit offices, for example, can have a negative impact on your memory. Those of you who work in open offices probably have a gripe (or two) about your coworker’s loud chewing noise...
If someone randomly asked you: “What are some things you want to learn?”, you can probably come up with tons of answers. And that’s normal — all of us have an innate desire for new knowledge and skills. But for many of us, our goal to learn new skills just stay as goals...
Ding! This needs your attention right now, notifications seem to say. Boing! It might be an emergency. Or, just as often: Boop! Somebody you love might want to talk to you. We get hundreds of notifications every day, and they are almost all lies.
Synergy. It’s a word that’s apt to induce an eye-roll these days. For the past few decades, synergy has been a banal business buzzword — a cliché term used to describe some splashy new initiative that really doesn’t amount to anything more than some corporate merging...
Please note: this article is not just a discussion. My mission is to share what I have learned and to teach you the specific actions you can take to harness your own genius. Today, there is a common misconception of what the word genius actually means. 
About a hundred years ago, something devious started happening in our homes and offices, in our cars and at restaurants — and our backs have never been the same. For hundreds — even thousands — of years, chairs were made of wood. Maybe the seat was covered with cord...
A book I'm reading again: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Stephen Covey offers life-changing advice on everything from leadership, time management, and teamwork to success, love, and taking control of your life.
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Thomas, Curator at Postanly
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