Why We Sleep is a ridiculously valuable book for anyone who doesn't sleep much on a consistent basis. Whether that's due to insomnia or to being a total badass who thinks that sleep is for the weak and lazy. Matthew is someone we should listen to. … [Continue reading] about Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker – key takeaways
For lots of people, eating is something to get done. For these people, food is fuel. But what if we ask the question: “What is the best that eating can do for us?” the idea that ‘food is fuel’ becomes a deprived way of looking at eating. (Pint … [Continue reading] about What does it mean to eat well?
Angelique told me about something that happened at her work. She was in a meeting where a new senior hire from the Product Team came to introduce himself to her team. Everyone in her team introduced in turn introduced themselves back to the new … [Continue reading] about If you were asked to introduce yourself, would you sell yourself short vs what the objective reality was?
I love airport bookshops. It's like the best of books distilled into a few shelves. I can never resist even though it will double my carry on luggage. The domestic terminal at Melbourne Tullamarine had some enticing books: 12 Rules for Life by … [Continue reading] about Definitely feeling the benefits of implementing some of Aubrey Marcus’s book “Own The Day, Own Your Life”
I had this thought in Melbourne. I think from visiting the marvellous State Library of Victoria and the National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne is regularly voted one of the most liveable cities in the world, and I thought what if we could take the … [Continue reading] about Can we apply what makes a great city/country to the individual level?