How COVID-19 Is Transforming Humankind

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Recent reports point to “serious brain disorders found in mild, recovering COVID-19 patients.” Likewise, Melinda Moyer wrote in The New York Times: “Among patients hospitalized for Covid-19 in Wuhan, China, more than a third experienced nervous system symptoms,” and “French researchers reported that 84 percent of Covid patients who had been admitted to the I.C.U. experienced […]

A 105 Year-Old Japanese Doctor’s Guide to Living Longer

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Purpose is the key to a long life. Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara was a Japanese physician who gained much insight into his favourite question; what makes people live longer? He clearly practiced what he preached — he worked as a doctor until a few months before his death, at 105 years old. His wisdom for longer […]

Struggle With Self-Discipline? Try Forming These Habits

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Without discipline, we give up easily Self-discipline is the ability to make yourself do things even if you don’t want to do them. That’s one of the most important qualities in life. Especially in 2020, since we’re all forced to work and spend more time at home. There’s not much we can do outside of the […]

The Teachings of a Global Epidemic

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The world is eagerly trying to get back to its feet. It is clear that people need to secure their livelihoods, put food on their tables, and get back to business, but I wonder, have we learned the lessons the coronavirus crisis tried to teach us? What if the pandemic has yet to fulfill its […]

8 Reasons Shy People Make Great Partners.

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“So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up, unfolding quite wonderfully, if only you were interested in them.” — Sylvia Plath A young man I worked with had extreme social anxiety. He was terrified of parties, paranoid about being negatively judged, avoided any form of social interaction. […]

7 Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World.

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Remote work, automation, and telemedicine could soon become the new normal. The coronavirus pandemic will be remembered as a world-reordering event. Like the Great Depression, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the 2008 global financial crisis, it will accelerate social and economic changes that would otherwise have taken years to materialize. However long it […]

Who Is Really Behind COVID-19?

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By: Michael Laitman Source: https://medium.com/ Apprehension and uncertainty over the coronavirus have triggered a situation as contagious and widespread as the pandemic: conspiracy theories. Since the surge of the global disease that has virtually paralyzed the planet, the blame game started between countries while people speculate about the origin of the crisis as a hidden and Machiavellian […]

The Covid-19 Pandemic Has Only Just Begun

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Source https://elemental.medium.com/ By Robert Roy Britt Photo: Kena Betancur/Stringer/Getty Images Why every U.S. city and county should brace for severe outbreaks, a possible second wave, and even a resurgence of the coronavirus later this year and next. While the worst Covid-19 outbreaks in the United States so far have occurred in a relative handful of […]

7 Habits that Seem Lazy (But Actually Let You Get More Done)

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Source: https://medium.com/ Scott H. Young In 1850, French economist Claude-Frédéric Bastiat published his famous essay, “Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas” or, “What is seen and what is unseen.” In it, he argues against the “bad economist” who looks only to the initial effect of actions taken, and not their further consequences. […]

Lessons Learned From the 2008 Recession That Will Help You Fight the Next One

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Source: https://medium.com/ By: Tim Denning Image Credit: Shutterstock/AlexanderImage Told through the story of my startup that made it through the 2008 Global Financial Crisis and later thrived because of it. 2008 was a strange time in my life. Apart from being in my 20s and acting like an insecure, pretentious little so & so, a […]