I read books and then I forget about them. So I take notes. But then I never go through the notes again. So I am trying to find nicer ways to revisit notes and themes from books in a more engaging and non linear way. The notes are complimentary, and in no way a substitute of the books. Therefore reading the original material first is highly recommended. Click on the book covers to explore them.
Everything we do, from breathing to exercising and daydreaming requires energy. All energy is produced at the cellular level, and is produced on demand – it cannot be stored. Therefore, everything you do always antagonises this limited resource of energy. Higher level functions such as creativity and rational thinking are not essential for surviving – at least not like breathing, moving and digestion are - and as a result, they score lower in the energy priority list. At the same time, such higher level functions require a lot of energy. So how do you achieve and maintain peak mental performance and clarity of thought? By boosting your energy production and minimising the energy expenditure of other functions.Explore Head strong
In the fantasy world of Wu, the Malazan Empire is ever expanding. After arriving in the continent of Genabackis, the Empire has quickly conquered most of the free cities on the North. Two remain: Pale and Darujhistan. While Pale has been under siege for three years, the Empire is already setting its gaze to Darujhistan. As tensions are rising within the Malazan ranks, the Empire will attempt a series of desperate gambits to bring the last free cities under the fold. Gods will step into the fray, ancient beings will be summoned and things will get complicated.Explore Gardens of the moon
Are you interested in becoming more creative or imaginative? Better at dealing with ambiguity, contradictions, and more able to adapt to change? Ready to challenge some of your well-rooted assumptions while you are at it? Turns out there is a coherent way of thinking that can help you with all that. It’s called elastic thinking.Explore Elastic thinking