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Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid our
 most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:
Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most imp...

Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid
 our most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:
Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most imp...

Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid our
 most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:

Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most im...

Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid
 our most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:

Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most im...

Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid our
 most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:

Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most im...

Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you. The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence Accountability Reseacher John Bargh has found that people will focus on small mindless tasks rather than real productive work 90 Days Research by Janet Polivy shows that our brain often fails to commit to long-term goals because it fears big projects, leading us to quit our new venture at the first sign of distress. Focus vs Distracted Research by Anders Ericsson showed that the best performers were not spending more time on their craft, rather, they were being more productive during their practice sessions. in an attempt to avoid our most important projects. Habits According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day Daily Reflection Empirical research has repeatedly shown that striving toward self-concordant goals consistently strengthens the link between goal progress and well-being. Gratitude People who regularly practice gratitude consistently report a host of benefits including stronger immune systems, stress resiliance, higher levels of personal happiness and increased generosity Progress Tracking Researcher John Bargh describes robotic behavior ('busywork) as the #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress tracking is a known strategy for culling busywork. The Power of Questions Everytime we ask and contemplate a question our brain develops new neural connections, leading to new insights and creativity Meditation Meditation has been linked to increased brain volume in certain areas of the cerebral cortex, along with less volume in the brain's amygdala, which controls fear and anxiety - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER SOY BASED INK LAYS FLAT! awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity. Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals
Brains, Goals, and Lay's: Inspired by Monks. Backed by Science. Designed for you.
 The Monk Manual90 Day Planner is a daily system that
 helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live
 each moment with greater purpose, productivity and presence

 Accountability
 Reseacher John
 Bargh has found that people will
 focus on small mindless tasks
 rather than real productive work
 90 Days
 Research by Janet Polivy shows that
 our brain often fails to commit to
 long-term goals because it fears big
 projects, leading us to quit our new
 venture at the first sign of distress.
 Focus vs
 Distracted
 Research by Anders Ericsson
 showed that the best performers
 were not spending more time on
 their craft, rather, they were being
 more productive during their
 practice sessions.
 in an attempt to avoid
 our most
 important projects.
 Habits
 According to researchers at Duke
 University, habits account for about
 40 percent of our behaviors on any
 given day
 Daily Reflection
 Empirical research has repeatedly
 shown that striving toward
 self-concordant goals consistently
 strengthens the link between goal
 progress and well-being.
 Gratitude
 People who regularly practice
 gratitude consistently report a host of
 benefits including stronger immune
 systems, stress resiliance, higher
 levels of personal happiness and
 increased generosity
 Progress Tracking
 Researcher John Bargh describes
 robotic behavior ('busywork) as the
 #1 enemy of goal striving. Progress
 tracking is a known strategy for
 culling busywork.
 The Power of
 Questions
 Everytime we ask and contemplate a
 question our brain develops new
 neural connections, leading to new
 insights and creativity
 Meditation
 Meditation has been linked to
 increased brain volume in certain areas
 of the cerebral cortex, along with less
 volume in the brain's amygdala, which
 controls fear and anxiety

 - ONE FULL PAGE SPREAD FOR EVERY DAY, WEEK AND MONTH
 - FLEXIBLE NOTE SPACE ON EACH PAGE
 -COVERS A FULL 90-DAY PERIOD
 PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE PAPER
 - 256 PAGES PRINTED IN COLOR WI
 - SADDLE STITCH BINDING WITH VEGAN PU LEATHER COVER
 SOY BASED INK
 LAYS FLAT!
awesomage:
Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing
A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most important things, so you can live each moment with greater peace, purpose and productivity.
Fully funded in less than 4 hrs and 300% funded so far. Only a few early birds left, HURRY UP to lock in your pledge now: http://bit.ly/monk-manuals

awesomage: Monk Manual Planner: A Daily System For Peaceful Being and Purposeful Doing A 90-day planner that helps you focus on the most imp...

Bodies , Memes, and Smell: The Egyptian HeaddresS @4biddenknowledge VENTRALVIEW, BRAN SECTION-EGYPTIAN NEMES HEADRESS ORIGINS AND KILANOVEANKRAM润 CENTRAL SNAKE bo eu suoon ondo 4 aing んopepo ONE CENTRAL SNAKE (AKHENATEN Copyright 2012 James Colmer ls The Ventral View Section Of The Human Brain The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near the midline are the olfactory tracts(Smell), which arise from enlargements at their anterior ends called the olfactory bulbs. The olfactory bulbs receive input from neurons in the epithelial lining of the nasal cavity whose axons make up the first cranial nerve (cranial nerve I is therefore called the olfactory nerve. On the ventromedial surface of the TemporalLobe, the parahippocampal gyrus conceals the hippocampus, a highly convoluted cortical structure that figures importantly in memory. Slightly more medial to the parahippocampal gyrus is the uncus, a slightly conical protrusion that includes the pyriform cortex. The pyriform cortex is the target of the lateral olfactory tractand processes olfactory information. At the most central aspect of the ventral surface of theforebrain is the optic chiasm, and immediately posterior, the ventral surface of thehypothalamus, including the infundibular stalk(the base of pituitary gland) and the mammillary bodies. Posterior to the hypothalamus are two large tracts, oriented roughly rostral-caudally, called the cerebral peduncles. These tracts contain axons from the cerebral hemispheres that project to the MotorNeurons in the brainstem and into the lateral and ventral columns of the spinal cord. Finally, the ventral surfaces of the pons, medulla, and cerebellar hemispheres can be seen on the ventral surface of the brain. Davinci rediscovered what the ancients already knew about the human anatomy. That's 4biddenknowledge
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The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near the midline are the olfactory tracts(Smell), which arise from enlargements at their anterior ends called the olfactory bulbs. The olfactory bulbs receive input from neurons in the epithelial lining of the nasal cavity whose axons make up the first cranial nerve (cranial nerve I is therefore called the olfactory nerve. On the ventromedial surface of the TemporalLobe, the parahippocampal gyrus conceals the hippocampus, a highly convoluted cortical structure that figures importantly in memory. Slightly more medial to the parahippocampal gyrus is the uncus, a slightly conical protrusion that includes the pyriform cortex. The pyriform cortex is the target of the lateral olfactory tractand processes olfactory information. At the most central aspect of the ventral surface of theforebrain is the optic chiasm, and immediately posterior, the ventral surface of thehypothalamus, including the infundibular stalk(the base of pituitary gland) and the mammillary bodies. Posterior to the hypothalamus are two large tracts, oriented roughly rostral-caudally, called the cerebral peduncles. These tracts contain axons from the cerebral hemispheres that project to the MotorNeurons in the brainstem and into the lateral and ventral columns of the spinal cord. Finally, the ventral surfaces of the pons, medulla, and cerebellar hemispheres can be seen on the ventral surface of the brain. Davinci rediscovered what the ancients already knew about the human anatomy. That's 4biddenknowledge

The external features of the brain best seen on its Ventral surface are shown. Extending along the inferior surface of the frontal lobe near...

Memes, Colorado, and Suave: Acredita Nisso? Receber o toque de quem amamos alivia dores físicas, conclui pesquisa /ACREDITANISSOOFICIAL @ACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? É científico: receber um simples toque de quem amamos é capaz de aliviar nossas dores físicas. De acordo com os condutores do estudo realizado pela Universidade do Colorado, EUA, e publicado pela EurekAlert! o toque, por ser uma forma de transmitir empatia, é capaz de ter efeito analgésico e, por isso, aliviar a dor. Eles suspeitam ainda que uma área do cérebro chamada córtex cingulado anterior, responsável pela compreensão da dor e pelas funções cardíacas e respiratórias seja afetada pela sincronia experimentada pelos casais que se amam. Feito com 22 casais, o estudo mostrou que respiração e batimentos cardíacos entram em sincronia e promovem alívio da dor física quando uma pessoa amada toca a outra. Para chegar à conclusão, os pesquisadores criaram três diferentes cenários com os participantes do trabalho científico, que tinham entre 23 e 32 anos de idade. Em um primeiro momento, o casal permaneceu lado a lado, mas sem se tocar. Depois, eles puderam ficar juntos e de mãos dadas e, por fim, o homem deveria ficar do lado de fora enquanto sua parceira permanecia dentro da sala de testes. Em todos os três casos, as mulheres eram submetidas a uma suave dor no antebraço que durava dois minutos. Foi observado então que, nos cenários em que o homem não podia tocar na mulher, a sincronia fisiológica aumentava e, no momento em que o toque era permitido, os níveis voltavam ao normal e o desconforto sentido pela parceria desaparecia. Fonte: Vix . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋
Memes, Colorado, and Suave: Acredita
 Nisso?
 Receber o toque de quem
 amamos alivia dores
 físicas, conclui pesquisa
 /ACREDITANISSOOFICIAL
 @ACREDITANISSO
@AcreditaNisso? É científico: receber um simples toque de quem amamos é capaz de aliviar nossas dores físicas. De acordo com os condutores do estudo realizado pela Universidade do Colorado, EUA, e publicado pela EurekAlert! o toque, por ser uma forma de transmitir empatia, é capaz de ter efeito analgésico e, por isso, aliviar a dor. Eles suspeitam ainda que uma área do cérebro chamada córtex cingulado anterior, responsável pela compreensão da dor e pelas funções cardíacas e respiratórias seja afetada pela sincronia experimentada pelos casais que se amam. Feito com 22 casais, o estudo mostrou que respiração e batimentos cardíacos entram em sincronia e promovem alívio da dor física quando uma pessoa amada toca a outra. Para chegar à conclusão, os pesquisadores criaram três diferentes cenários com os participantes do trabalho científico, que tinham entre 23 e 32 anos de idade. Em um primeiro momento, o casal permaneceu lado a lado, mas sem se tocar. Depois, eles puderam ficar juntos e de mãos dadas e, por fim, o homem deveria ficar do lado de fora enquanto sua parceira permanecia dentro da sala de testes. Em todos os três casos, as mulheres eram submetidas a uma suave dor no antebraço que durava dois minutos. Foi observado então que, nos cenários em que o homem não podia tocar na mulher, a sincronia fisiológica aumentava e, no momento em que o toque era permitido, os níveis voltavam ao normal e o desconforto sentido pela parceria desaparecia. Fonte: Vix . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋

@AcreditaNisso? É científico: receber um simples toque de quem amamos é capaz de aliviar nossas dores físicas. De acordo com os condutores d...

Android, Bluetooth, and Memes: infia tech Turun Rp 1,5 juta, harga terkini Huawei P9, smartphone pertama dari Huawei yang dibekali kamera utama ganda hasil kerjasama dengan Leica. Foto: Android Central Huawei P9 merupakan mantan flagship alias smartphone unggulan yang kini masih sangat layak untuk dimiliki. . Pertama kali diluncurkan pada April 2016 lalu, Huawei P9 dihadirkan dengan desain yang begitu menawan dan punya ketebalan hanya 7 mm. . Smartphone ini memiliki layar IPS-NEO berukuran 5,2 inci beresolusi Full HD 1080x1920 piksel yang dilindungi Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Rasio layar ke bodinya mencapai 72,9 persen, sehingga ukurannya cukup ringkas. . Di bagian dalamnya, tersemat prosesor tangguh buatan Huawei sendiri, yakni HiSilicon Kirin 955 octa core (4x2,5 GHz Cortex-A72 + 4x1,8 GHz Cortex-A53) dan pengolah grafis Mali-T880 MP4. . Prosesor tersebut dipadukan dengan RAM 3 GB, internal memory 32 GB, slot microSD card hingga 256 GB, serta baterai berkapasitas 3.000 mAh (fast charging). . Soal kamera, smartphone ini begitu istimewa. P9 merupakan smartphone berkamera utama ganda pertama dari Huawei yang bekerjasama dengan Leica. . Di bagian belakang, terdapat kamera utama 12 MP + 12 MP dengan bukaan f-2.2, lensa 27 mm, fitur PDAF+laser, dan dual LED flash. . Sementara di depannya, ada kamera selfie 8 MP dengan bukaan f-2.4 dan kemampuan merekam video hingga resolusi Full HD. . Selain itu, P9 dilengkapi dengan USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2, menjalankan OS Android Marshmallow yang bisa diperbarui ke Nougat, serta mendukung jaringan 4G LTE Cat6 300-50 Mbps. . Saat pertama kali diluncurkan secara resmi di Indonesia, Huawei P9 dihargai Rp 7 juta. Kini harganya turun hingga Rp 1,5 juta, sehingga bisa dibawa pulang dengan kocek Rp 5,5 juta. infia infiatech
Android, Bluetooth, and Memes: infia
 tech
 Turun Rp 1,5 juta, harga terkini Huawei
 P9, smartphone pertama dari Huawei
 yang dibekali kamera utama ganda hasil
 kerjasama dengan Leica.
 Foto: Android Central
Huawei P9 merupakan mantan flagship alias smartphone unggulan yang kini masih sangat layak untuk dimiliki. . Pertama kali diluncurkan pada April 2016 lalu, Huawei P9 dihadirkan dengan desain yang begitu menawan dan punya ketebalan hanya 7 mm. . Smartphone ini memiliki layar IPS-NEO berukuran 5,2 inci beresolusi Full HD 1080x1920 piksel yang dilindungi Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Rasio layar ke bodinya mencapai 72,9 persen, sehingga ukurannya cukup ringkas. . Di bagian dalamnya, tersemat prosesor tangguh buatan Huawei sendiri, yakni HiSilicon Kirin 955 octa core (4x2,5 GHz Cortex-A72 + 4x1,8 GHz Cortex-A53) dan pengolah grafis Mali-T880 MP4. . Prosesor tersebut dipadukan dengan RAM 3 GB, internal memory 32 GB, slot microSD card hingga 256 GB, serta baterai berkapasitas 3.000 mAh (fast charging). . Soal kamera, smartphone ini begitu istimewa. P9 merupakan smartphone berkamera utama ganda pertama dari Huawei yang bekerjasama dengan Leica. . Di bagian belakang, terdapat kamera utama 12 MP + 12 MP dengan bukaan f-2.2, lensa 27 mm, fitur PDAF+laser, dan dual LED flash. . Sementara di depannya, ada kamera selfie 8 MP dengan bukaan f-2.4 dan kemampuan merekam video hingga resolusi Full HD. . Selain itu, P9 dilengkapi dengan USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2, menjalankan OS Android Marshmallow yang bisa diperbarui ke Nougat, serta mendukung jaringan 4G LTE Cat6 300-50 Mbps. . Saat pertama kali diluncurkan secara resmi di Indonesia, Huawei P9 dihargai Rp 7 juta. Kini harganya turun hingga Rp 1,5 juta, sehingga bisa dibawa pulang dengan kocek Rp 5,5 juta. infia infiatech

Huawei P9 merupakan mantan flagship alias smartphone unggulan yang kini masih sangat layak untuk dimiliki. . Pertama kali diluncurkan pada A...

Anaconda, Children, and Complex: 1. The pupil of your eye expands as much as 45% when you look at someone you love. 2. One in every 12 males is colour blind. 3. Brown eyes are actually blue undenesth the brown pigment, and as a result there exists a laser procedure to turn brown eyes 4. Your eye will focus on about 50 things per second. 5. The Mayans believed that cross eyes were attractive, and would make efforts to ensure their children became cross-eyed 6. You see with your brain, not with your eyes In many cases, blurry ar poor vision isn't caused by the eye at all. It stems from something going wrong in the visual cortex of the brain. 7 Humans and dogs are the only species known to see visual cues from another indvidual's eyes, and dogs only do this when interacting with humans About 2% of women have rare genetic that provides them with a mutation retinal cone in their eyes.This alkows them to see 100 milion colours! 9. There are colours too complex for the human eye to perceive, called 1mpossible colours 1Q. The eye's lens is quicker than any camera's 11, Bind people, as long as they weren't born bind, can see their dreams. some time for 12 While itt your body to warm up to their full potential, most parts your eyes are aways active, 24/7 13. Ten thousand years ago, everyone's cyes were brown until someone developed a genetic mutation that made their eyes blue. This means that if your eyes are share a common ancestor with every blue-eyed indvidual in the world Some cool facts about the eyes
Anaconda, Children, and Complex: 1. The pupil of your eye expands as much as
 45% when you look at someone you love.
 2. One in every 12 males is colour blind.
 3. Brown eyes are actually blue undenesth
 the brown pigment, and as a result there
 exists a laser procedure to turn brown eyes
 4. Your eye will focus on about 50 things per
 second.
 5. The Mayans believed that cross eyes were
 attractive, and would make efforts to ensure
 their children became cross-eyed
 6. You see with your brain, not with your eyes
 In many cases, blurry ar poor vision isn't
 caused by the eye at all. It stems from
 something going wrong in the visual cortex of
 the brain.
 7 Humans and dogs are the only species
 known to see visual cues from another
 indvidual's eyes, and dogs only do this when
 interacting with humans
 About 2% of women have rare genetic
 that provides them with a
 mutation
 retinal cone in their eyes.This alkows them to
 see 100 milion colours!
 9. There are
 colours
 too complex for
 the human eye to perceive, called 1mpossible
 colours
 1Q. The eye's lens is quicker than any camera's
 11, Bind people, as long as they weren't born
 bind, can see their dreams.
 some time for
 12 While itt
 your body to warm up to their full potential,
 most parts
 your eyes are aways active, 24/7
 13. Ten thousand years ago, everyone's cyes
 were brown until someone developed a
 genetic mutation that made their eyes blue.
 This means that if your eyes are
 share a common ancestor with every
 blue-eyed indvidual in the world
Some cool facts about the eyes

Some cool facts about the eyes

Memes, Nas, and 🤖: Nisso? 678 Fazer contas de cabeca e bom para o seu emocional OACREDITANIsso O/ACREDITRNIss00FICIAL @AcreditaNisso? Para a neurociência, o exercício cerebral de fazer cálculos matemáticos era chamado de "controle executivo frio", pq era totalmente desassociado das emoções. Agora, pesquisadores encontraram as primeiras evidências de que, pelo menos no cérebro, esse processo é mais "quente" do q a gente imaginava. Eles recrutaram 186 estudantes universitários, q passaram por ressonâncias magnéticas enquanto resolviam, de cabeça, alguns problemas da matemática. Cálculos como esse ativam a memória e estimulam uma área do cérebro chamada de córtex pré-frontal dorsolateral. Os participantes precisavam contar de como lidaram com seus problemas mais recentes - como bombar em uma matéria na faculdade - e como estava sua saúde mental. Quando analisaram os resultados, os cientistas perceberam q os participantes q tinham o córtex pré-frontal dorsolateral mais ativos também usavam uma estratégia muito inteligente para controlar suas emoções. De acordo com os relatos dos estudantes q tinham o cérebro mais estimulado pelas contas matemáticas, quando eles tinham problemas como repetir uma matéria na faculdade, a estratégia q usavam era muito parecida com o q psicólogos cognitivo-comportamentais chamam de reavaliação cognitiva. Ao invés de focar na sensação negativa q aquele problema causa, a pessoa tenta analisar e processar o problema, adaptando as emoções associadas com esse acontecimento e tornando-as mais positivas (e aí a nota baixa vira motivação ou desafio, por exemplo). Quem usava esse tipo de regulação emocional também apresentou níveis mais baixos de ansiedade e depressão. Segundo o artigo, a gestão das emoções depende de três fatores: construir expectativas, ser capaz de enxergar uma série de explicações alternativas e fazer análises racionais santes de sair fazendo julgamentos - habilidades necessárias também nas contas matemáticas. Fonte: Superinteressante . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw 💋
Memes, Nas, and 🤖: Nisso?
 678
 Fazer contas de cabeca
 e
 bom para o seu emocional
 OACREDITANIsso
 O/ACREDITRNIss00FICIAL
@AcreditaNisso? Para a neurociência, o exercício cerebral de fazer cálculos matemáticos era chamado de "controle executivo frio", pq era totalmente desassociado das emoções. Agora, pesquisadores encontraram as primeiras evidências de que, pelo menos no cérebro, esse processo é mais "quente" do q a gente imaginava. Eles recrutaram 186 estudantes universitários, q passaram por ressonâncias magnéticas enquanto resolviam, de cabeça, alguns problemas da matemática. Cálculos como esse ativam a memória e estimulam uma área do cérebro chamada de córtex pré-frontal dorsolateral. Os participantes precisavam contar de como lidaram com seus problemas mais recentes - como bombar em uma matéria na faculdade - e como estava sua saúde mental. Quando analisaram os resultados, os cientistas perceberam q os participantes q tinham o córtex pré-frontal dorsolateral mais ativos também usavam uma estratégia muito inteligente para controlar suas emoções. De acordo com os relatos dos estudantes q tinham o cérebro mais estimulado pelas contas matemáticas, quando eles tinham problemas como repetir uma matéria na faculdade, a estratégia q usavam era muito parecida com o q psicólogos cognitivo-comportamentais chamam de reavaliação cognitiva. Ao invés de focar na sensação negativa q aquele problema causa, a pessoa tenta analisar e processar o problema, adaptando as emoções associadas com esse acontecimento e tornando-as mais positivas (e aí a nota baixa vira motivação ou desafio, por exemplo). Quem usava esse tipo de regulação emocional também apresentou níveis mais baixos de ansiedade e depressão. Segundo o artigo, a gestão das emoções depende de três fatores: construir expectativas, ser capaz de enxergar uma série de explicações alternativas e fazer análises racionais santes de sair fazendo julgamentos - habilidades necessárias também nas contas matemáticas. Fonte: Superinteressante . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw 💋

@AcreditaNisso? Para a neurociência, o exercício cerebral de fazer cálculos matemáticos era chamado de "controle executivo frio", pq era tot...

Memes, 🤖, and Santa Barbara: Nisso? Pessoas que costumam sonhar acordadas Sao mais propensas a ter ideias criativas de sucesso e soluGoes para seus problemas TANISSOOFICIAL QACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? Sabe quando você está no meio de uma aula chata, ou de uma reunião longa, e sua mente vagueia para longe, muito longe de onde você se encontra, em meio a assuntos q talvez nem façam sentido? Isso pode ser bom para você. Um estudo de 2006 da Universidade de Amsterdã (Holanda) descobriu q pessoas q se envolvem em “pensamentos inconscientes” antes de resolver um problema se saem melhor do q quem se foca em algo consciente. Outro estudo recente da Universidade da Califórnia em Santa Barbara (EUA) concluiu q pessoas q são autorizadas a deixar suas mentes vagarem se saem melhor em uma medida psicológica de criatividade, ou seja, são mais criativas. A principal evidência de q “divagar” pode ser positivo é a de q, quando a mente viaja, ativa duas regiões distintas do cérebro q normalmente não trabalham juntas. A “rede executiva” q fica na frente do cérebro é ativada quando estamos fazendo tomada de decisões e resolução de problemas. Enquanto isso, outra rede do cérebro geralmente fica ativa durante períodos em q o cérebro está em repouso, ou seja, o contrário. Até recentemente, os neurocientistas acreditavam q essas duas redes eram mutuamente exclusivas – uma só ficava ativa quando a outra não estava. Mas novos dados mostram que ambas as regiões ficam ativas ao mesmo tempo quando a mente está divagando. Essa descoberta é de pesquisadores da Universidade da Colúmbia Britânica, no Canadá, que observaram que, quando divagamos, ocorre intensa atividade no córtex cingulado anterior e da junção tempoparietal, q fazem parte do que os cientistas chamam de “rede basal”, por estar associada à atividade mental rotineira, e na chamada “rede executiva” do cérebro, que inclui o córtex pré-frontal e o córtex cingulado anterior, tipicamente associados a esforços intelectuais intensos. Tais resultados apoiam a nossa noção intuitiva que tentar se distrair um pouco, ou “refrescar a cuca”, pode ser bastante produtivo. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM)
Memes, 🤖, and Santa Barbara: Nisso?
 Pessoas que costumam sonhar
 acordadas Sao mais propensas a
 ter ideias criativas de sucesso e
 soluGoes para seus problemas
 TANISSOOFICIAL
 QACREDITANISSO
@AcreditaNisso? Sabe quando você está no meio de uma aula chata, ou de uma reunião longa, e sua mente vagueia para longe, muito longe de onde você se encontra, em meio a assuntos q talvez nem façam sentido? Isso pode ser bom para você. Um estudo de 2006 da Universidade de Amsterdã (Holanda) descobriu q pessoas q se envolvem em “pensamentos inconscientes” antes de resolver um problema se saem melhor do q quem se foca em algo consciente. Outro estudo recente da Universidade da Califórnia em Santa Barbara (EUA) concluiu q pessoas q são autorizadas a deixar suas mentes vagarem se saem melhor em uma medida psicológica de criatividade, ou seja, são mais criativas. A principal evidência de q “divagar” pode ser positivo é a de q, quando a mente viaja, ativa duas regiões distintas do cérebro q normalmente não trabalham juntas. A “rede executiva” q fica na frente do cérebro é ativada quando estamos fazendo tomada de decisões e resolução de problemas. Enquanto isso, outra rede do cérebro geralmente fica ativa durante períodos em q o cérebro está em repouso, ou seja, o contrário. Até recentemente, os neurocientistas acreditavam q essas duas redes eram mutuamente exclusivas – uma só ficava ativa quando a outra não estava. Mas novos dados mostram que ambas as regiões ficam ativas ao mesmo tempo quando a mente está divagando. Essa descoberta é de pesquisadores da Universidade da Colúmbia Britânica, no Canadá, que observaram que, quando divagamos, ocorre intensa atividade no córtex cingulado anterior e da junção tempoparietal, q fazem parte do que os cientistas chamam de “rede basal”, por estar associada à atividade mental rotineira, e na chamada “rede executiva” do cérebro, que inclui o córtex pré-frontal e o córtex cingulado anterior, tipicamente associados a esforços intelectuais intensos. Tais resultados apoiam a nossa noção intuitiva que tentar se distrair um pouco, ou “refrescar a cuca”, pode ser bastante produtivo. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM)

@AcreditaNisso? Sabe quando você está no meio de uma aula chata, ou de uma reunião longa, e sua mente vagueia para longe, muito longe de ond...