Gorge Today, Sweat Tomorrow?
Morgan Housel | Collaborative Fund
'Companies should want the valuation they deserve, and not a penny more. Workers should want a salary that matches their skill, and nothing more. Families should want a lifestyle they can sustain, and nothing higher'
None of those are about settling or giving up. It’s about avoiding a certain kind of psychological debt that comes due when reality catches up. (3 minute read)
Alvin Powell | The Harvard Gazette
'One good habit cannot compensate for the other bad habit. You cannot outrun a bad diet, nor can you outeat an inactive lifestyle. We should strive to be counted as good in both habits'
Researcher outlines fresh data showing that you can’t outrun a bad diet. (4 minute read)
Philip Goff | Psyche
'There is something noble about living in hope that there is a deeper purpose to existence, in spite of your doubts'
There is more to a religion than a cold set of doctrines. (8 minute read)
Pallab Ghosh | BBC Science
'It fills a huge gap. Manufacturers, caterers and retailers have targets for reaching net zero [emissions] and they don't have the tools they need to get there'
Supermarket shoppers could soon be checking the environmental impact of food before putting it in their trolleys, thanks to new research. (3 minute read)
Singdhi Sokpo | The Hustle
'A recent study from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics found this age group (34-44) has the least amount of daily leisure time at three hours and 52 minutes'
But it’s not all bad news for the 65+ crowd — in total, the group spends the most time relaxing, thinking, and reading. (2 minute read)
📺 Video: Can This School Change The World? | Freethink | 6 Min
🎙Podcast: His wife's plea: The case for Julian Assange | UnHerd | 55 Min
Freddie Sayers meets Stella Moris, lawyer and wife of Julian Assange. The case of Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder who published huge troves of sensitive government documents and classified military logs, has been going on for over a decade.
🤔 Something to think about: 'The purpose of setting goals is to win the game. The purpose of building systems is to continue playing the game' - James Clear