It was challenging to know what I wanted to work on or for. I had almost no understanding of what people of different professions do daily. In general, economists calculate something; doctors treat; mathematicians calculate(after economists?), and lawyers deal with the law somehow. Hint: you may find actionable advice
The short answer is: why not? According to Wikipedia: Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and valuable is formed I'll describe a few ideas in this article, but they aren't new. So, is this article a creative work? According to the definition - yes, it requires some combination of
How much time do you allocate for work? If you do not work, what do you usually do? I surf the Internet, watching YouTube, movies, reading books. What do we do in between? Eating, chores. Have you tried to pause the flow and see what happens? You can try and
Are you afraid of losing your job? Or, you're sure it's safe? Technology gives humans great leverage. Should business owners and workers bother? Let's look at some jobs from the "old days". Jobs that disappeared Peddlers Take, for example, product peddlers in the 18th and 19th centuries. These are the
We've seen many guides on how to learn, here is my story on what worked in past for me and what's not. Yet I have to practice more techniques and adjustments to pick the best path to learn. My history of learning While studying at school I used conservative techniques
If you clone yourself, would it be you or a different person? How to define "me"?
You have to pay for changing a focus.
A connection between longevity and eating less.