“Guard your heart and your bed.”
@Drake probably had it coming. Wait for the Video.
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By Jessica Stillman
You might be under the impression that intelligence is a fixed quantity set when you are young and unchanging thereafter. But research shows that you’re wrong. How we approach situations and the things we do to feed our brains can significantly improve our mental horsepower.
That could mean going back to school or fillingng your bookshelves (or e-reader) with thick tomes on deep subjects, but getting smarter doesn’t necessarily mean a huge commitment of time and energy, according to a recent thread on question-and-answer site Quora.
When a questioner keen on self-improvement asked the community, “What would you do to be a little smarter every single day?” lots of readers–including dedicated meditators, techies, and entrepreneurs–weighed…
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I recently posted about five of my must-read books. Here are a few more that have really made a difference in my life:
What is it?
If you like this blog, you’ll love this book. Richard Wiseman takes psychology research and tells you how to use it to improve your life in a straightforward (but entertaining) way.
What did I learn from it?
A ton. I learned that:
- Best genre of movie to see on a date? Suspense-thriller.
- Thinking about death helps you identify long term goals.
- Humor and dog ownership reduce stress.
- And a lot of other stuff.
This video describes some of Wiseman’s work.
Check out the book here.
What is it?
For his book Creativity, noted professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi did interviews with 91 groundbreaking individuals across a number of…
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