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- Tulips, Myths, and Cryptocurrencies
The ability to work remotely has become more valued than ever before, and that’s not going away, particularly among younger workers. Even in organizations that remain committed to offering employees…
«After all, culture is the shared beliefs, values, norms, and habits that are held and practiced regularly. Culture is about how we work together, how we’re expected to behave with one another, the goals we collectively pursue, and the way we respond to challenges and setbacks.»
Forget these scientific myths to better understand your brain and yourself.
«The third myth is that there’s a clear dividing line between diseases of the body, such as cardiovascular disease, and diseases of the mind, such as depression.»
Paleoanthropologist Daniel Lieberman says the concept of "getting exercise" is relatively new. His new book, Exercised, examines why we run, lift and walk for a workout, when our ancestors didn't.
How much truth is behind the productivity myths touted by influencers, and do we all need to be setting our alarms for 4am?
«Ultimately, it’s far easier to use time productively when you have the money and resources, or faithful individuals taking care of the ‘unproductive’ demands of everyday life. And the vast majority of people lack these things.»
And how to overcome them.
«To better understand and define the limitations of what you think you know, look for contrary examples and evaluate rival explanations»
Meta deserves a bit of a discount off of its recent highs, but a number of myths about its business have caused the market to over-react.
Did you hear the one about the tulip bubble? It’s almost certainly a myth. It is myths, though, that explain why cryptocurrencies are here to stay.
It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
In the 19th century, the rest cure tested women’s sanity. Today, it challenges cherished myths about work and productivity
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