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Is pain just a matter of physical damage? Opinion | This Book Changed My Relationship to Pain - The New York Times I have been suffering from a back pain for 20 years. The pain wax and wane from time to time. Sometimes I don’t feel the pain and other times I suffer from mild to moderate severity. In the last few years, I have studied about pain. I have learned that pain is not always associated with physical damage. We feel the pain thr..
The Art of Doing Less Do Less | Hidden Brain Media Sometimes, doing nothing is better than doing more. But according to the episode above, our culture rewards adding, not subtracting. Subtraction is so invisible that it is hardly noticed, and it is rarely rewarded. The obvious truth is that we have limited time and resources, so we have to make choices about them. But why are we not good at subtracting. Because we fe..
Cultivating the Purpose Happiness 2.0: Cultivating Your Purpose | Hidden Brain Media The purpose of life is a big thing that’s not easy to find, like the meaning of life. It’s a very abstract thing, and we don’t usually think about it. We only think about the meaning or purpose of life when we have a challenge in our life. For the last ten years, I have been passionately involved my career, but I feel exhausted and som..
3 Principles for Building a Successful Business *DeepL의 도움을 받아 영작했습니다. 한글로 번역한 내용도 같이 싣습니다. 3 rules to help you build a successful business | The Way We Work, a TED series This week I started writing my own business plan. It’s been on my mind since I quit my full-time job in 2021, but it’s a little bit abstract and there is no concrete plan. As you know, thinking about something is not an effective way to solve problem. We have to write it. T..
Thinking Straight in an Age of Information Overload *DeepL의 도움을 받아 영작했습니다. 한글로 번역한 내용도 같이 싣습니다. Thinking Straight in an Age of Information Overload | Daniel Levitin | Talks at Google - YouTube The speaker’s name is Daniel Levitin who is a neuroscientist in America and I am going to explain his lecture. He talked about multitasking, brain extenders, and decision making in Talks at Google. I can summarize these topics in one sentence, how we organi..
The Neuroscience of Productivity The Neuroscience of Productivity – Dr Gabija Toleikyte, PhD - YouTube She explains how we make our day more productive in terms of neuroscience. This is so interesting topic isn’t it? Our brains roughly have three parts, the lizard brain, the mammalian brain, and the neocortex. The lizard brain enables us to stay alive. For example we can breath because of it. The mammalian brain involves activi..
The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain Annie Murphy Paul | The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain | Talks at Google - YouTube The interviewee name is Annie Murphy. She is a science journalist. Her recent book [[The Extended Mind: The Power of thinking Outside the Brain|The Extended Mind: The Power of thinking Outside the Brain]] explains how we benefit from outside resources of the brain that can help us think bet..
A school should invest in purchasing computers for students rather than books for the library. What is your opinion? I think this question asked to me that what choices are best for improving learning ability of students. I feel like I have to choose books, but it’s not a simple to answer. As time goes by, the portion of online learning in public education is increasing, so purchasing computers is maybe the better options. In the cases of developing countries, purchasing computers is absolutely better options ..
How you find what you really want? source: Unsplash의Etienne Girardet Who Do You Want To Be? | Hidden Brain Media This is an intriguing episode to me, because the title of this episode is similar to my question these days. I still love my job, but I have been finding a better way and it requires of me that I have to know myself in a deeper way. Who do I want to be? What am I striving for? In this episode, professor of psychology K..
Being happy with a job is more important than having a high salary. What do you think? I listened a podcast episode that addresses how we know about what we really want.1) In this episode the interviewee, who is professor of psychology department, said that income does not correlate as strongly with happiness as people may think. Furthermore, researches show that income does not relate to happiness in longitudinal trends.2) The more important thing is motivation. That means, if so..