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The toll of cognitive labor and the importance of getting out of your own head https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/11/books/review/the-extended-mind-annie-murphy-paul.html

What we call culture is basically the act of sharing air with strangers ⁦@adamgopnik⁩ https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/06/14/how-a-city-comes-back-to-life

We are all mindless much of the time, even though we don’t realize it.

The solution: practice actively noticing new things.

Learn more from @ellenjl in the latest #tipoftheweek from @TheCharacterLab.

Sociologist @NAChristakis first became known for his research on how networks of friendship profoundly affect what we think, feel, and do. He offers his observations, from science and life, about the under-appreciated evolutionary power of goodness.


What is something you already do more than 20,000 times a day that could help you feel calmer and more vital if you did it more deliberately?https://positiveprescription.com/?p=16736 via @sambmd

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