Me in a 15 minute talk, essentially.
(superior) procrastination where one creates activities for procrastination, then procrastinate in performing them
Development of a passion for something that distracts you from your current serious uncertainty on what to do next
How we have a better memory for incomplete rather than complete tasks because you check off the latter to forget about it
Time it takes you to get back into something from where you left off
Doubt that is energizing because it causes you to want to test, experiment, and refine, to get it right, knowing the first batch will almost always be crappy
Is when you look at something you’ve seen many times before and all of a sudden see it with fresh eyes
Definitely some big things to think about, even if you aren’t vegan or vegetarian, because some of this is just diet.
A method for identifying which foods go well together from a flavor standpoint
A method identifying foods that match from a nutritional or digestive standpoint
Vegan fish dishes from tofu
Impact that seemingly unrelated events in one nation can have on the economies of other nations
You can see 50 examples of the Droste Effect here.
Some interesting concepts today…
Some practical advice on how to get yourself some motivation for any time, not just at the start of a new year or new decade! See the Happiness Lab Podcast in Twitter link below.
Fresh Start Effect
Extra motivation we get when we deem something to be a fresh start for ourselves.
A motivation technique to bundle something you are tempted by with something productive you are less keen on (eg. audiobook listening while exercising).