This Edition’s Table of Contents
1) I heard this quote from Tim Ferris’s weekly update. Something I definitely need to embrace. ““Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.” – Albert Einstein
2) James Cameron was right. The trees are connected through an underground web. They do talk to each other. Here’s a great TED talk explaining this complex system.
3) “Lack of sleep can negatively affect memory, emotional processing and attentional capacities. For example, sleep deprivation has been shown to disrupt functional connectivity in hippocampal circuits (important for memory), and between the amygdala (important for emotion regulation) and executive control regions (involved in processes such as attention, planning, reasoning and cognitive flexibility).“
4) Turn your phone screen black and white to break the addiction. “Emotions and attention are tied to color perception, so what if everyone removed the color from their phones? “
5) Keep earning your title. A great read from Derek Sivers. This is why I’m skeptical of taking advice from “clinicians” that don’t have a current practice.
6) Sleep more to make more money. “A one-hour increase in location-average weekly sleep increases wages by 1.3% in the short run and by 5% in the long run.” Continue reading “Fall Hits 2016: Other Good Stuff”