#AnIdeaADay Doing nothing, absolutely nothing doesn’t mean that brain stops functioning. In fact the brain waves are seen to be much more active when we are awake and we do nothing.
The brain doesn’t immediately register that the stomach is full, it surprisingly takes whopping 20 minutes for the brain to fully comprehend that it is full.
#AnIdeaADay #WikiPedia if they are asking for donations there must be a reason for it and it’s worth finding
#AnIdeaADay #RichardWiseman in his book, “59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot” shared how we can even employ Doublethink for productivity.
“You must stand out BUT you must fit in”
“You must follow your dreams AND find a secure job”
“Don’t lie BUT don’t say anything that’s rude”
“Our bodies break down, sometimes when we’re 90, sometimes before we’re even born, but it always happens and there’s never any dignity in it. I don’t care if you can walk, see, wipe your own ass. It’s always ugly. Always. You can live with dignity, we can’t die with it.”
#AnIdeaADay In the book “59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot” the author #RichardWiseman shared that writing things down have much more impact than sharing it with others.
#AnIdeaADay #PratfallEffect #RichardWiseman
The author Richard Wiseman in his book, “59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot” mentions that a weakness in the beginning of a resume can actually increase your likelihood of getting the job.
#AnIdeaADay #FranklinEffect #59Seconds
Very beautiful and elegant hack of life.
I stumbled upon his book “59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot” when I was looking for the books in Cognitive Psychology section and I found this one particularly interesting.
The magazine Scientific American described him as “…the most interesting and innovative experimental psychologist in the world today”.