Saturday, March 28, 2020

Thought-provoking articles

Another mixer post containing links to several awesome articles that I've come across over the last few days. Some really thought-provoking, engaging, and genuinely fascinating ideas, research, and concepts here.

Talking the health benefits of coffee; how the invention of the computer can be traced all the way back to Aristotle; the effects of absentee leadership in the workplace; a simple way to improve memory; why forming a daily writing habit will dramatically change your life for the better; and a woman who can detect Parkinson's disease, tuberculosis, Alzheimer's disease, cancer, and diabetes - all through her sense of smell.

"4 Cups a Day: 4 Surprising Health Benefits of Drinking That Much Coffee"

Two cups aren’t enough, research suggests.

"How Aristotle Created the Computer"

The philosophers he influenced set the stage for the technological revolution that remade our world.

"The Most Common Type of Incompetent Leader"

Absentee leadership rarely comes up in today’s leadership or business literature, but research shows it is alarmingly common.

"An Effortless Way to Improve Your Memory"

A surprisingly potent technique can boost your short and long-term recall – and it appears to help everyone from students to Alzheimer’s patients.

"Form A Daily Writing Habit - It Will Improve Your Life"

Writing can help you gain clarity and confidence in many areas of life. The sooner you start, the better.

"Her Incredible Sense Of Smell Is Helping Scientists Find New Ways To Diagnose Disease"

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