Food and diet have a bigger influence on your brain and memory than you might think. Harvard nutritionist and neuroscience expert Dr. Uma Naidoo shares the worst foods that weaken your brain health.
«A study of over 18,000 people found that a diet high in fried foods was linked to lower scores of memory and cognition. As an alternative, I suggest opting for baked, air-fried, or steamed versions of your favorite foods.»
Nir Eyal, the author of "Indistractable," explains why it's completely fine if your New Year's resolutions never become habits.
«"The definition of a habit is the impulse to do a behavior with little or no conscious thought,"»
For five years in a row, Finland has been ranked the No. 1 happiest country in the world. A Finnish philosopher and psychology expert shares the habits that make people in Finland so exceptionally…
«There's a famous line by a Finnish poet: "Kell' onni on, se onnen kätkeköön." Roughly translated, it means: Don't compare or brag about your happiness.»
Harvard brain expert Christopher Palmer spent 27 years studying the connections between our physical health and brain health. To keep his brain and body energized, here are six things he never does.
Diet is an important factor when it comes to living a longer life. Here are the five core foods that the healthiest communities eat often.
These are the best TED talks, according to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Even if you aren't interested in algorithms and robotics, there's something for everyone here.
During Microsoft's early years, Gates was sometimes too focused to stop for meals, so he licked orange Tang (the powered drink mix NASA famously used in space) off his fingers for energy. "I loved…
There is little that individuals can do to avoid inflation at the cash register, but Buffett says that it is possible to protect against its effects.
Elon Musk's aerospace business SpaceX just ordered one of the larger advertising packages available from Twitter.
The skill you most need at work is one that also helps you at home, says psychology expert and best-selling author Nir Eyal.
«In 1971, the psychologist Herbert A. Simon emphasized that a wealth of information means a dearth of something else: attention.»
After three months of holding onto a book my mom gave me, I finally read it. Here are the five quotes that stuck with me and what I learned from them.
Basecamp CEO Jason Fried says Google search ads force businesses to pay just to be findable in search results.
Employees have rallied to find out who's been laid off while demanding answers from leadership.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently said he believes bitcoin will become the single currency worldwide, something that Wozniak hopes will happen.
If you're constantly feeling tired and stressed, evaluating your diet might be a good place to start. Harvard nutritionist and brain expert Dr. Uma Naidoo shares the types of foods she avoids at the…
B vitamins strengthen the brain, and they're easy to absorb from your daily diet, according to Harvard nutritional psychiatrist Uma Naidoo. She shares e B vitamin-rich foods she eats every daily for…
Distractions satisfy deficiencies, explains Nir Eyal, a Stanford psychology professor. So when kids aren't given the nutrients that their brain needs, they are more likely to overdo unhealthy…
Creating healthy and nurturing routines is critical to developing confidence, resilience and independence in kids, says brain development and parenting expert Dana Suskind.
Charlie Chang started several of his passive income streams — which now gross an average of $114,000 per month — with $0 down. He shares four passive income businesses that anyone can start for "less…
Three of the biggest 401(k) administrators have teamed up to automatically reconnect workers with savings left behind at an old employer.
The founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates says income inequality should be declared a national emergency by the President.
Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is worried that the current landscape is starting to resemble Depression-era conditions that could hammer investors.
Although Cook did not mention companies by name, his commencement speech in Silicon Valley's backyard mentioned data breaches, privacy violations, and even made reference to Theranos, a disgraced…
The Apple Card will launch in August, Tim Cook said on Tuesday.
The words we use can have a powerful effect on our moods and confidence. Here are some negative phrases to ditch if you want to think more positively, according to behavioral scientists, researchers…
Why is it easier to give advice to a friend rather than to ourselves? Psychology expert Steve Magness, who has coached executives and sports teams like the Brooklyn Nets boost their mental strength,…
«Using second- or third-person language in your self-talk creates distance between an experience and our emotional response. This linguistic trick allows us to zoom out. When we broaden our worldview beyond a self-immersed world, we move from emotional reaction to action. So the next time you’re in a stressful situation and in need of motivation, instead of saying to yourself “I can get through this,” say ”[Your name] can get through this.”»
Every minute we spend mentally juggling and straining to remember things leave us with less time to get meaningful work done, says neuroscience and brain expert Tiago Forte. He shares his simple, four…
To make it in today's world of rapid changes and uncertainties, successful business leaders like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk prove it's better to be a generalist, rather than a specialist.
«But the future may be very different: Breadth of perspective and the ability to connect the proverbial dots (the domain of generalists) is likely to be as important as depth of expertise and the ability to generate dots (the domain of specialists).»
In 2013, after quitting her job as a data analyst, Michelle Schroeder-Gardner started focusing on her blog full-time. Now, the 33-year-old mother makes $760,000 a year in passive income and travels…
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