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Environmental Design: The Easiest Way To Kick Bad Habits  06.10.24

You might not need will power to kick your bad habits, maybe all you need is a change of environment.



How To Stop Worrying About Everything You Can't Control  06.05.24

Accepting that most things in life are not in our direct control. So why worry?

19 Questions To Get To Know Yourself Better  06.03.24

It’s important to know why we do what we do. The answers are the pathway to finding self-fulfillment and happiness.

What Is Memory Distortion? | False Memories & The Mandela Effect Explained  05.31.24

More often than not when we reconstruct a memory in our brain, it doesn't necessarily reflect the truth of the matter.

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Book Club

A comprehensive list of books that are sure to open your mind.

The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology by Ray Kurzweil

The Singularity is Near" explores the concept of technological singularity, where artificial intelligence surpasses human intelligence, leading to rapid and transformative changes in society.

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

Practical strategies for building good habits, breaking bad ones, and mastering the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results, emphasizing the power of small changes and consistent action in achieving long-term success.

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran

Timeless wisdom on life's fundamental aspects, as a prophet shares profound insights on love, marriage, work, freedom, and more with a group of people before departing on a journey.

Welcome To The MonkeyHouse by Kurt Vonnegut

A collection of short stories that satirically explores themes of human nature, society, and morality, often with dark humor and surreal elements.

Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett

Follows two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, as they engage in aimless conversation and wait endlessly for the arrival of someone named Godot, exploring themes of existentialism, absurdity, and the human condition.

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