Apple’s CEO says technology can help us lead healthier, more balanced lives—but we also need to learn how to ignore our screens
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In just a few short months Anders Tegnell, architect of Sweden’s unique response to the Covid-19 pandemic, has gone from unknown physician and technocrat to a household celebrity in Sweden and in countries around the world. He is beloved by some (people have even had tattoos made with his face) and intensely disliked by others. Today he is suntanned and relaxed, having just returned from his summer holiday, and wearing an open-necked polo shirt. Here is a summary of what he said:
- In terms of migrants, travel and urban areas Sweden is more similar to the Netherlands and the UK than Norway or Finland
- Lockdown may have made a difference, but closing schools and people being out of work is also bad for public health
- Numbers of new infections arriving at the same time seems to make a big difference, so Stockholm half-term travellers to the Alps a big factor for Stockholm epidemic
- Eradication is not an option, ‘we have to learn to live with this disease’
- Evidence for masks still very weak, and they may yet be counterproductive. With all the trends going sharply down, it would make no sense to introduce them now
- Additional immunity such as T cells playi…
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In this we will be covering the 6 international best seller from Robert Greene. The 48 laws of power Art of seduction 33 strategies of war 50th laws Mastery Laws of human nature
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Jordan Peterson ~ The Best Way To Show Someone, You DO Care About What They Have To Say
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Full lecture: 2014 Personality Lecture 10 Carl Rogers (Phenomenological Humanism) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUfvht7aJPQ
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There are things in life that just happen. Sometimes I hear people say “maybe it is something I said”, “I’m sorry that I did that”, “maybe I deserve a failure” so “I need to look at everything I did wrong because if I were perfect, I would have a perfect life”. That’s absolutely not true.
The reality about life is that life is tough, life is difficult. Things arise spontaneously and certain things happen to us in life that we didn’t ask for but that’s just a product of life. It is also our greatest opportunity to learn. I am going to encourage you that there is a human nature response that loves to hold ourselves responsible for things that aren’t reasonable to hold ourselves responsible for. Watch out for how your mind works in these situations and you’ll see that there is that tendency to again feel like “yep, once again it was my fault and I deserve these failures” – I can tell you that is garbage. There’s life stuff that just “is”. Certainly, looking for reasons of occurrence can bring some value, but you need to know that this is just the way life is. As much as we have to train ourselves to not buy into accepting blame we also have to train our mind to not believe that and to move on. At higher levels of performance, we will have more blips and circumstances that create a fragility in how we view ourselves the human nature version of us loves to find blame and move us into perfectionism. There is no future in that. When we move our thoughts to our pre-frontal cortex – our more highly evolved sensibility – we will realize that there is stuff in life that we don’t ask for. We can learn from it, but we don’t need to own it. When you start to come from that place and are able to recognize that pattern, then you can break from that place that holds you back from your bigger future.
With the Alt Right being taken over by extremists, a client wonders if there are any parallels between that and what happened to MGTOW. And the answer is "yes, they’re all fake religions." And religion attracts the losers of society.
Put it in coffee. Smear some in your eyes. Inject it into your veins. It’s organic and gluten-free, and it …
What does it mean to be cool? It’s a means of standing out, as well as a way of fitting in. In studying the brain, economists have found that when we consume products from status brands, it actually gives us a way to create social networks, friendships, alliances. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
No matter what society and the media are trying to tell you, masculinity is not an antiquated concept. Jack Donovan, author of The Way of Men, explains why.
Let’s talk about Psychological Analysis, History, Science, Theology, and all that other stuff men waste their lives on.
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