The psychologist Angela Duckworth argues that a person’s level of stick-to-itiveness is directly related to their level of success. No big surprise there. But grit, she says, isn’t something you’re born with — it can be learned. Here’s how. Duration: 44:54, Played: 42:27 Published: 5/4/16 8:00:00 PM Episode Download Link (31 MB): http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/freakonomicsradio/~5/4m9s3K43a7c/freakonomics_podcast050416.mp3 Show Notes: […]
I had seen a wonderful life coach, Amy K and she worked with me to help me understand what I believe are life values. From those conversations, she had told me that our life is like a wheel. There are 4 sections to that wheel. Health, Family, Work, Money. All of these 4 sections of […]
Linux Mag asked Bill Joy (creator of VI): “So you didn’t really write vi in one weekend like everybody says?” No. It took a long time. It was really hard to do because you’ve got to remember that I was trying to make it usable over a 300 baud modem. That’s also the reason you have […]
My annual check up showed a great 52 beats per minute heart rate but a very high cholesterol. I am switching to a low cholesterol diet and continue my 10 hours of badminton. Checking back in 3 months.