A new understanding of the essential role of gut microbes in the immune system may hold the key to dealing with some of the more significant health problems facing people in the world today, researchers say in a new analysis.
Tony Phillips's insight:
Peak performace is determined by how much energy you have. We all KNOW nutrition is important but did you know how it controls your immune system too? Maybe time to rethink the nutritional value of our food!
Why do we do the things we do? Despite our best attempts to "know thyself," the truth is that we often know astonishingly little about our own minds, and even less about the way others think. As Charles Dickens once put it, “A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other.”
Psychologists have long sought insights into how we perceive the world and what motivates our behavior, and they've made enormous strides in lifting that veil of mystery. Aside from providing fodder for stimulating cocktail-party conversations, some of the most famous psychological experiments of the past century reveal universal and often surprising truths about human nature. Here are 10 classic psychological studies that may change the way you understand yourself.
An outsider's perspective can be more valuable than you suspect.
Steve Jobs had Bill Campbell.
Jodie Foster leaned on Robert De Niro.
Andy Murray has Ivan Lendl.
High performers in any field typically have a coach or mentor. A great coach provides you with the benefit of their experience and asks more questions than they answer. They force you to think about your business in ways that you wouldn’t do on your own.
What is one of the invaluable things today that everyone strives for to get from you? To my mind, it is your Attention.. Commercials aimed to get attention of consumers, governments – for voters, international authorities etc, businesses – for stakeholders etc..
“The more I allow myself to be seduced by distraction, the more distractible I become”. Tony Schwartz, President and CEO of The Energy Project.
It is getting more and more difficult to grant longer attention to the issues or hobbies you’d prefer to do. Still we need somehow to cope to keep afloat. And moreover, we don’t need only to cope, but to time-manage, prioritise, and be on top of the follow-up.
Thus, we usually decide and/or are forced to multitask as a solution. Multitasking is a very well promoted skill as one that saves time and logically will lead to more productivity. However, the recent study by Harvard Business Review revealed directly the opposite, so-called ‘The Multitasking Paradox’.
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