I just read a short biographical article about Issac Newton in the latest edition of Astronomy magazine. Besides probably being the most influential scientist in history, there are many fascinating aspects of his life.

‘It’s Really Refreshing And Relaxing’: College Students Say Ditching Their Smartphones For A Week Changed Their Lives

The following is a I didn't expect to read from Tim Ferris in his book called "Tools of Titans":
"There is more freedom to be gained from practicing poverty than chasing wealth. Suffer a little regularly and you often cease to suffer."

I first learned of "nappuccinos" by reading the book "When" by Daniel H. Pink. Below is an interesting article on that topic.
Scientists agree: Coffee naps are better than coffee or naps alone

Self confidence and self belief are critical to . "You can achieve anything you put your mind to."
That quote may be a cliché, but it's true.
I found this short video inspiring.
I followed my father's advice and became a billionaire

I just discovered that the NHS has a very good website which including lots of great educational materials. Below is one page I really liked.

I was just reviewing about and found a really good page on Wikipedia. I've used mnemonics for many purposes, including studying , words, Chinese Characters, etc. I recommend learning about them. They help can your .

Having just read the introduction of "The Handmaid's Tale", one paragraph really stuck out to me. "Having been born in 1939 and come to consciousness during World War II, I knew that established orders could vanish overnight. Change could also be as fast as lighting. It can't happen here could not be depended on: anything could happen anywhere, given the circumstances."

A really interesting article about a company that mainly hires autistic people and which has no interviews.
Where 75% of workers are on the autistic spectrum

I started reading the book called "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing" Dan Pink. It's very interesting. So much of our lives are affected by the time of day from our emotions to our attention and more. You get an introduction to .

... It was this combination of passion and perseverance that made high achievers special. In a word, they had grit."

I started reading Angela Duckworth's amazing book called "Grit" yesterday. Talking of high achievers, here is how she defines 'grit'. "In sum, no matter the domain, the highly successful had a kind of ferocious determination that played out in two ways. First, these exemplars were unusually resilient and hardworking. Second, they knew in a very, very deep way what it was what they wanted. They not only had determination, they had direction. ...

"Our brains are as unique as our fingerprints". The following is a great article about ADHD and about why we should stop talking about 'normal' brains.
Why there is no such thing as a 'normal' brain

A great video about emotions and conscious awareness from legendary psychologist Paul Ekman.
Paul Ekman: Outsmart Evolution and Master Your Emotions

"The only way on earth to influence other people is to talk about what they want and show them how to get it." — from "How To Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie

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