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The Number One Reason Good Habits Don’t Last

Nir’s Note: This guest post is written by Max Ogles. Max writes at MaxOgles.com about behavior change, psychology, and technology. Sign up for a free copy of his upcoming e-book, “9 Ways to Motivate Yourself Using Psychology and Technology.” We’ve all failed at something, though luckily most of us don’t face death as a consequence.

Link: The Number One Reason Good Habits Don’t Last
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PAIR-A-DIMES FOR YOUR THOUGHTS (Reflections on Education, Technology and Learning)

Smita Nair Jain @SmitaNairJain #SmitaNairJain
“If I’m being rejected from one thing, it’s really just the path redirecting me elsewhere to where I’m supposed to be.”
“The theft of brown women’s narratives is not only an injustice placed on them, but also one extended to their male counterparts;…

Link: PAIR-A-DIMES FOR YOUR THOUGHTS (Reflections on Education, Technology and Learning)
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The One Secret to Becoming Smarter (Hint: It’s not what you think)

We all want to know the one secret to becoming smarter, don’t we? If you search for “ways to become smarter” on the internet, you will get a lot of crazy suggestions. Maybe some more than others. After all, do you really think that a pill will make you more intelligent? Rather use these search results as a test for your preexisting intellect.

Link: The One Secret to Becoming Smarter (Hint: It’s not what you think)
via www.pickthebrain.com

Thought Leadership: “The World I Live In and Optimism: A Collection of Essays” Book by Helen Keller

“No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit.”
“Life is either a great adventure or nothing.”
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the…

Link: Thought Leadership: “The World I Live In and Optimism: A Collection of Essays” Book by Helen Keller
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Tom’s Hut / raumhochrosen

Save this picture! Save this picture! From the architect. If a mental coach is also an Austrian songwriter, living his life between extremes, he needs a place, a wooden wilderness and a hut far out as a balance to his life in the middle of the town. Save this picture! This simple house refers intensively to its environment, follows the contour of a previous, decaying building and was really drafted around a man and his passions.

Link: Tom’s Hut / raumhochrosen
via www.archdaily.com