Notifications are bullets in the war for attention. They’re something to be protected against, yet most people welcome them. Be judicious.
Most of the time you’re absorbing information, you’re doing it on autopilot. The memetic consequences are significant.
Self-mastery is often held up as a goal; a way to achieve success. But reality ends up being rather different.
Memetic noise is affecting your mood, even if you don’t know it. The effect is strong and exponential.
Can you do it again? We come across successes sometimes, ourselves and from others. But if you can’t reproduce it, it was likely luck.
At any given moment, what are you signaling to yourself? What we do in the now predicts what we will do in the future.
Many people are nervous about public speaking, and end up with speaking anxiety. But changing your perspective on what you’re doing can eliminate this.
Depression is widespread among thinkers, and almost a badge of honor. But is depression the outcome of rational thought about the world?
Weightlifting is commonly touted for its strength or physique benefits, but the mental ones may be the most long-lasting.
Burnout is everywhere in the modern workplace, especially in information industries. What causes it?