- Improving Ourselves to Death
- Two lifestyles table (from Huberman Article)
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck
- Happiness hacks: How to boost hormones like serotonin and dopamine in everyday life
- 16 Productivity Hacks For Leaders
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Work and life have a way of feeling out of control--but the mentally toughest have powerful hacks.
Turn efficiency into effectiveness and create a less busy life for yourself.
«Here’s an excellent tip from a Pentagon general: “First I make a list of priorities: one, two, three, and so on. Then I cross out everything from three down.”»
What the self-help gurus and their critics reveal about our times.
Want to slap your boss? Trick a drug-sniffing dog? Explain away your STD? Here's how. (Not that we're recommending any of these.)
The LifeProTips subreddit is a favorite among the Lifehacker staff. Like us, these folks are interested in finding and sharing the quirky little tricks that make life easier or better. Some are hacks…
Most of us struggle throughout our lives by giving too many fucks in situations where fucks do not deserve to be given.
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