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You Can Microdose With Your Heroes, Living or Dead (Really)
You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, so why not up that average?Check out Einstein’s speech “The Common Language of Science”I have a 2-minute lifehack for you — spend quality time with your biggest heroes. How — you incredulously demand? It truly is possible if they have recorded speeches, a podcast or audiobooks they themselves have narrated. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Alan Watts, Terence McKenna, Julia Galef, Stewart Brand, Brené Brown … I have a long list of favorites. Who inspires you? Who do you want to be your new BFF? Why limit yourself to the people you can schedule time with?I’ve downloaded great insights through tripping while listening to the voices of world-class thinkers and lovers. I find the words of my heroes penetrate more deeply when I’m in an altered state (...)
4 Things I Learned Working With My Spouse
By Heidi Zak, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of ThirdLove. Originally published on Quora.Five years ago, my husband Dave and I founded our company, ThirdLove. And people ask me all the time, “Don’t you get sick of each other?”Nope, not really. The truth is, we don’t really interact that much at work. We don’t spend our days sitting in a conference room together talking about the business. There are many other people on the team who spend more time with him than I do.In fact, I’ve taken to scheduling a one-on-one meeting with him once a week to make sure we have enough time to talk over decisions and get feedback from each other. That’s how busy we are.But time together isn’t the only misconception people have about starting a business with their partner.Here’s what to really keep in mind:1. You Have To Go (...)
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