I think there is great promise here. So many overweight people don’t work out, because they just don’t identify as a person that would go running or to the gym. Developing exciting (addicting?) VR games that ease overweight people into work-outs could be an interesting cause area!
I like the chart and share the sentiment of spending more time on fun & important things, but the percentages seem unattainable to me. I recently noticed how large part of my life I spend on ‘maintenance’: cooking, eating, cleaning, laundry, showering, sleeping, etc. But maybe this means I should focus on making these activities more fun!
I have been using your app for a week now and I must say I really like it. It’s simple, clean, and has all the functionality it needs!
The European Medicine Agency (EMA) supports national authorities who may decide on possible early use of Paxlovid prior to marketing authorization, for example in emergency use settings, in the light of rising rates of infection and deaths due to COVID-19 across the EU.Seems like great news for Europe!https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/news/ema-issues-advice-use-paxlovid-pf-07321332-ritonavir-treatment-covid-19
Software: AnkiNeed: Remembering anythingOther programs I’ve tried: Supermemo, Mnemosyne, QuizletAnki is a free and open-source flashcard program using spaced repetition, a technique from cognitive science for fast and long-lasting memorization. What makes it better than its alternatives are the countless plugins that can customize your learning experience and the fact that you can control the parameters of the algorithm.
Software: PluckeyeNeed: Blocking certain websites during certain timesOther programs I’ve tried: StayFocusd, ColdTurkey, AppBlockIn a fight against procrastination, I’ve tried many programs to block distracting websites during working hours, but many of them don’t have enough flexibility, are too simple to by-pass, or don’t work on Linux. With Pluckeye you have basically any option you can think of, such that you can customize the blocking entirely to your own needs.
Your Skedpal link leads to a sketchy site. I believe you meant Skedpal.
They are probably talking about the machine learning model, like GPT-3.
This fallacy is known as Post hoc ergo propter hoc and is indeed a mistake that is often made. However, there are some situations in which we can infer causation from correlation, and where the arrow of time is very useful. These methods are mostly known as Granger causality methods of which the basic premise is: X has a Granger causal influence on Y if the prediction of Y from its own past, and the past of all other variables, is improved by additionally accounting for X. In practice, Granger causality relies on some heavy assumptions, such as that there are no unobserved confounders.
I do it first thing every morning, Monday-Friday. This is of course a personal preference, but generally I have trouble with establishing habits in evenings, due to reduced executive function. I like to immediately tick a task as completed when done (small dopamine boost), but check when setting new goals, whether there are any unresolved goals from other days.The main change I have made is separating goals into different time categories. before that, missing a daily goal had as much impact as quarterly goals. Other than that, I haven’t changed much to the whole routine.
Interesting! Did they just use it for aggregate business results or was it encouraged for personal goals as well?
I have been using it for about 4 months now myself now. I have not shared this technique with anyone else yet, so I don’t know whether it works for other people. This is one of the reasons why I made this post, to hopefully inspire some other people to use it and see whether it works for them.
No, because I try to align my goals with my general well-being, and not just with raw work output. It’s really more about intentional living than working hard. A goal might also be: “Take at least four 20-minute breaks from work today”.