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  • Synesthesia (September 27th,2014): The subject of synesthesia was discussed several times during last month. First of all visit this site to learn more about synesthesia. Synesthesia ...
  • New frontier for visualization (August 10th,2019): Is our imagination limited? What can we visualize? How can technology push our limits? For today’s article you may want to read here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Three kinds ...
  • Comfort zone (July 25th,2016): Anna has been pushing me out of my comfort zone since we met for 10 years now. She claimed it would help my personal growth. There are actual articles backing ...

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  • Mental palaces in renaissance art (July 10th, 2020): Dan Brown finds great plots and conspiracies in renaissance and baroque art. We are on a different quest:  wisdom and knowledge of the magnificent mental palaces we can use. Philosophy visualized The ...
  • Learning survival skills – the new mainstream? (July 08th, 2020): There is something I do not fully understand in the American culture, and this is the prepping phenomenon. I do not think there is an equivalent elsewhere.  Here I will ...
  • New minicourse on Udemy and a 30% deal on Thinkific (July 05th, 2020): I just published a new keytostudy minicourse on Udemy. For the next couple of days, the discount coupon code is KEYTOSTUDY10. If you take the minicourse and write a favorable ...
  • Why am I writing x10 more? (July 03rd, 2020): Once I learned speedwriting I write x10 more. Usually, it was relatively hard for me to mobilize my energies to write articles and courses. Since the start of the COVID19 ...
  • Live long with a young brain (July 01st, 2020): How does our brain change as we age? Is some age preferable to another? Can we choose how to age? Go to the end of the document for practical tips. For ...
  • Curiosity and success (June 30th, 2020): Is financial success correlated with curiosity? Harvard Business Review claims it is. And they are not alone. Hiring curious people is a smart idea. Developing your natural curiosity is also ...
  • How to be successful (June 28th, 2020): If there is a million dollars question and you do not hold a fat check you are not likely to love the answer you get. A short answer: patience, hard ...
  • Sense of purpose and longevity (June 27th, 2020): Sense of purpose is correlated with longevity. This is scientifically clear, but what does it really mean? Is the long life indicator of a lifelong mission, or people who learn ...
  • Gamifying learning activities (June 26th, 2020): We want to gamify everything we do with our children. How can we do that? Probably no schoolbook has an adequate answer here.  I will share my experiences, and what ...
  • Declutter mental palaces (June 25th, 2020): Mental palaces are open to interpretation. There is no single authority in the world who can say which mental palace is better. Here I will provide some of my own ...

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