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5 Ways to Build Resilience and Conquer Adversity | Mark Manson — markmanson.net
Resilience is the ability to positively adapt to negative events in your life. It doesn’t mean feeling good all the time—it means you’re okay with feeling bad sometimes.
How to Figure Out What Time of Day You Are Most Productive — lifehacker.com
Whether you’re a seasoned work-from-homer or still adjusting to it in these Pandemic Times, you’ve probably run into the whole “all hours are now potential work hours” problem. Without distinct separation between home and office, it’s hard to know when to work and when not to—especially when you’re combining work with parenting, cooking, exercising, taking your dogs out for their daily walks and everything else that goes into a typical day.
How to Take Handwritten Notes on Your iPad Using the Apple Pencil — www.howtogeek.com
The Apple Pencil is a versatile tool for your iPad. Not only can you use it for (virtual) drawing, painting, or coloring, you can also take notes and doodle. Here’s how to take handwritten notes on your iPad.
Brain coach used by Elon Musk's SpaceX: 3 tips to learn anything faster — www.cnbc.com
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk “brought me in because he realized, [like] the most successful people on the planet realize, that in order to be successful, you have to always be learning,” brain coach Jim Kwik says.
Productive remote workers do these 5 simple things every day — www.fastcompany.com
As a time management coach, I advise using these five strategies to increase your productivity when working from home.
Other Interesting Findings
Grit is the key to success, but not without one vital characteristic — www.inverse.com
In a 2007 study, psychologists said that grit was the leading determinant of success. But new research shows other factors play a role in achieving goals.
Not all psychopaths are violent. Study reveals why some are 'successful' instead – Neuroscience News — neurosciencenews.com
While psychopathy is generally associated with antisocial behaviors, many with the personality trait develop successful careers. A new study supports a novel model of psychopathy which runs contradictory to existing models of the disorder, focusing on the strengths associated with psychopathy, rather than just the deficits. Researchers found higher initial psychopathy was associated with a steeper increase of general inhibitory control and the inhibition of aggression over time. The effect was magnified among those who were “successful.”
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Organize. Plan. Succeed. – Issue #64 – Productivity, Planning, and Other Interesting Findings… | Revue — newsletter.thedigitalplanner.com
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