About 15% of the population can’t tune out harmless sensations and react to them with irritation, anger, or alarm
Those who feel like they have work-life balance are better off than those who might actually have it but don’t perceive themselves to have it
O, to be able to walk without concern, to have good vision, to be able to lift things, to throw a ball, or to traverse stairs
In the end, your life largely will be what you make it
How to make smarter decisions when you don't have all the facts (which is nearly all the time)
Joe Biden has few skills in assimilating new information or in solving problems. What type of intelligence does he have? Hmm... hard to say.
Is a seemingly swift route to relative job security always a wise choice?
Can we be confident in the advice we receive from those who have not mastered what they teach?
Without play, both work and leisure become impoverished
On your path to introducing something for the greater good, get strategic
Multitasking sends a message to your subconscious that this is how you must proceed to stay competitive and succeed
As technological wonders increasingly dominate our lives, it becomes harder to concentrate
Throughout their lives, great minds ask confounding questions with child-like intensity
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