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Give It To a Busy Person

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People often ask me how I manage to write and publish so many books, help so many others to publish theirs, keep up with social media and, nowadays, broadcast my weekly show on Natural Health Radio. Well, you may have heard the phrase, “If you ...
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If you want something done !!

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Blogging for Dummies (and the time constrained)

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When you hear the word blogger, what image comes to mind?  A sacred group of people anointed by the All Mighty with special powers who unleash their acerbic editorial tongue lashing from 40-story skyscrapers in major cities around the world?

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Curation though should be done with creation in mind - joining dots & spotting patterns is the name of the game

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, November 14, 2013 10:12 PM

When we launched the private beta of Scoop.it, TheNextWeb's Martin Bryant called it "blogging without blogging". I liked the term and made included it in my Twitter bio.


Of course blogging and curating content are different things and I won't go into a debate of whether one is better than the other. However, Andrew makes a good point on our blog explaining why the time constrained who have expertise might find it easier to curate content than blogging. This was our starting point for creating Scoop.it: we had things to say but not the time to write them. We also saw a lot of bad blogging that was just paraphrasing existing content under a false pretence of creation. And we saw good curators getting traction too and bringing a lot of value. 

Andrew Federici's curator insight, November 15, 2013 12:37 AM

Curation is the new creation...and it works.

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Brain Researchers Acknowlege Animal Consciousness

Brain Researchers Acknowlege Animal Consciousness | A Conscious Approach to Time Management | Scoop.it
What would the world's reaction be if the New York Times' lead story tomorrow were "Chickens Understand That Their Throats are About to Be Slit" or "Horrific Confinement and Deprivation Feels Same to Pigs as It Does to Humans"?
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All scientists should be made to get a pet and to meditate - this is old news to anyone who is tuned in. It saddens me that so many scientists have become so dogmatic.

This is one fantastic blog - just wait until it's realised that the missing dark energy is consciousness and that everything is 'alive' !!!

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When Being Distracted Is a Good Thing

[The following article written by Jan Brogan appeared in the Boston Globe Health and Wellness section on 2/27/2012.
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I was just about to add an insight but got distracted and forgot what I was about to say!! It will come back to me as soon as I press Publish ;)

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DailyOM - Manage Your Time with Mindfulness by Tom Evans

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Is the future of commerce a model where consumers pay what they can afford and based on how they value a product?

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Tom Evans | Seven Time Management Hacks

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I know I am scooping my own content but I am new here so please forgive me if this isn't the done thing - just testing and finding my feet :)

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Quantum 'world record' smashed

Quantum 'world record' smashed | A Conscious Approach to Time Management | Scoop.it
A fragile quantum memory state persists at room temperature for a record 39 minutes - overcoming a barrier to ultrafast computers.
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Of course they are forgetting that our brains, and neurology in general, is already a quantum computer that holds data in all potential states. The world record belongs to the oldest person in the world. Just being picky and pedantic ... this is of course a major feat of human ingenuity which might lead to direct interface between (hu)man and (hu)man-made machine

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Serge Beddington-Behrens : the Usain Bolt of the Heart

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First broadcast 5th November 2013 This week's guest is spiritual activist and 'enheartener' Serge Beddington-Behrens. Dr. Serge Beddington-Behrens M.A. (Oxon), Ph.D., K.S.M.L. is a Transpersonal Psychotherapist, a Couples Therap...
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Some enheartening wisdom about bringing heart into business 

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Do Something Cool

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Live life to the fullest. Do something...have adventures and create new stores. Do Something Cool.
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This is one cool site - right up my street

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Talking Temporal with Anne Jirsch

Anne Jirsch talks about time-but-not-as-we-know-it with Tom Evans on The Zone Show.

Find out how the past is not set in stone and the future can be manipulated and tapped into from the present.
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What's so good about past life regression is that it works irrespective of if its true, or not, that we've had past lifes - what's not to like?

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Meditation May Slow Brain Aging - Huffington Post

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Meditation May Slow Brain Aging
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A 2005 breakthrough study published in Neuroreport found meditation increased the thickness of the brain's prefrontal cortex. Normally, as the brain ages the cortex thins and the brain shrinks.
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It is estimated that every minute of meditation adds a minute to your longevity - what's not to like?

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