The World’s Most Nutritious Foods
After analysing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements – and they found a few surprises.
Does the Future Exist? - Circles in Time
The actual past and future are never actually experienced. All that is experienced is the illusion of the past and future, created by thought, arising in the present.
How Levels Does Meetings
The Tim Ferriss Show Transcripts: Jerry Seinfeld — A Comedy Legend’s Systems, Routines, and Methods for Success (#485) – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
The Ultimate Guide To Making a First Impression (even online)
Why It Feels Like You Never Have Enough Time | by Nir Eyal | Jan, 2021 | Medium
How to Answer “Tell Me About Yourself“ in 3 Simple Steps
The Idea Adoption Curve – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The key in all this is crossing the chasm—performing the acts that allow the first shoots of that mainstream market to emerge. This is a do-or-die proposition for high-tech enterprises; hence it is logical that they be the crucible in which “chasm theory” is formed. But the principles can be generalized to other forms of marketing, so for the general reader who can bear with all the high-tech examples in this book, useful lessons may be learned.
Eight Rules of The School of Life -The School of Life Articles | Formally The Book of Life
The School of Life has produced 500 films and written 5 million words. This is an enormous problem. To stand any hope of remaining in anyone’s mind, ideas – even very good ideas – need to be brief and reduced to an essence. That’s why, for the sake of our followers, we’ve summarised everything we believe down to eight key points: the credo of The School of Life.
How to Negotiate (With 12 Science-Backed Strategies to Win)
Weight-Loss Tips: Why We Self-Sabotage (and How to Stop)
We fall off track because a part of us isn’t sure that the goal we’re working toward is going to make our lives better. This causes inner conflict, and when there’s inner conflict, we do the easiest thing of all: nothing. I’ve presented this simple worksheet to many clients, and I’ve found that it helps determine what’s really holding them back.
How to Write Your Own Speech Introduction | Throughline Group
The 1 Sentence That Will Make You a More Effective Speaker Every Time | Inc.com
Distilling your message into a single sentence will make your writing flow better, and make your key points easier to arrange. Think of the single sentence as a lighthouse guiding you through fog. If you become overwhelmed with an abundance of data or competing themes, the single sentence will help you stay on track.
A Self-Compassion Exercise -The School of Life Articles | Formally The Book of Life
Ugh Fields - Thread by @robertwiblin
Ugh Fields' are a really useful concept. The existing write-up isn't targeted at ordinary readers so I'll have a go: Have you ever had an overdue task, a task which isn't so bad in itself, but which you can't bring yourself to think about without feeling awful?
62 Ways to Politely End a Conversation In ANY Situation
Jeff Bezos - Regret Minimization Framework - YouTube
“I tried to find the right framework with which to make this big decision... what made this decision really easy was a regret minimization framework... I knew when I was 80, I wasn't going to regret trying this. If I failed, I wouldn't regret that. But I knew the one thing I might regret is not ever having tried.“
How to Cold Email Your Way into Your Dream Job
The Grand Reopening - Crashing Up
How to craft the perfect cold email; The power of tiny gains
57 Ways To Sign Off On An Email
The Whimsical Web
Inspiration design of independent websites
How to foster ‘shoshin’ | Psyche Guides
Numerous English quotes to motivate, inspire, and share | Satya
Identity quakes and the art of changing minds - spiked - Andrew Doyle
52 transitional phrases to keep your writing connected - PR Daily | PR Daily
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The 3 Best Tactics To Not Name Price First
How to Be More Persuasive Over Email
How to Network: 18 Easy Networking Tips You Haven't Heard Before
Chris Voss: “Never Split the Difference“ | Talks at Google - YouTube
tips for effective negotiation
The 7 Most Frequently Asked Questions about Leading Engaging Meetings
Beans and Noses — UX Articles by UIE
He told me his First Rule of Consulting: No matter how much you try, you can’t stop people from sticking beans up their nose... Time and time again, I come across situations where I think, “OMG! They are trying to stick beans up their nose!” It explains what’s happening and what I should do next. The only thing I can do in a beans-and-noses situation (notice my clever use of flight-attendant grammar forms?) is wait. Wait until the bean is in its final resting place. Then, with a calmness only seen in yoga instructors, I can turn to the nose owner and ask, “So, how is that working for you? Did it do everything you’d hoped?” Of course, if they answer they enjoyed it and it was wonderful, then they are not someone I can relate to or help in any way. However, if sticking a bean deep into their nostril doesn’t meet the very high expectations they’d had, I can now start talking alternative approaches to reaching those expectations.
This college dropout was bedridden for 11 years. Then he invented a surgery and cured himself - CNN
105 Ideas to Add to Your Editorial Calendar
Procrastination: 8 Simple Steps to Stop Procrastinating (Research Backed)
3 Simple Habits to Improve Your Critical Thinking
Unsupervised word embeddings capture latent knowledge from materials science literature | Nature
Here we show that materials science knowledge present in the published literature can be efficiently encoded as information-dense word embeddings11,12,13 (vector representations of words) without human labelling or supervision. Without any explicit insertion of chemical knowledge, these embeddings capture complex materials science concepts such as the underlying structure of the periodic table and structure–property relationships in materials. Furthermore, we demonstrate that an unsupervised method can recommend materials for functional applications several years before their discovery. This suggests that latent knowledge regarding future discoveries is to a large extent embedded in past publications. Our findings highlight the possibility of extracting knowledge and relationships from the massive body of scientific literature in a collective manner, and point towards a generalized approach to the mining of scientific literature.
[Free Online Schedule Maker] Increase Productivity and Focus – Nir & Far
The SIX Cs model for Immediate Cognitive Psychological First Aid: From Helplessness to Active Efficient Coping
Your Work Peak Is Earlier Than You Think - The Atlantic
15 Ways to Close a Speech or Presentation | Throughline
Is this really the best way to start a meeting? | LinkedIn
Whoever is in charge of hosting the meeting, or the most senior person in the room, should take responsibility for introducing everyone. Doing so neatly sidesteps both the aforesaid problems. Any awkwardness Claire in procurement feels about mentioning her experience and expertise in a relevant issue the meeting will address is deftly deflected. Second, the procurement department’s hi-flyer is now better placed to listen to the experience and expertise of others in the room, without worrying that her turn to speak is rapidly approaching.