Harvard MRI Study Shows That Meditation Literally Rebuilds Your Brain’s Gray Matter In 8 Weeks

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Harvard MRI Study Shows That Meditation Literally Rebuilds Your Brain’s Gray Matter In 8 Weeks #BlogThis https://t.co/mPm4yrpzQp

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Can’t agree more with this skill bring more and more important in business! #decisions #criticalthinking https://t.co/Jml2b213fe

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Can’t agree more with this skill bring more and more important in business! #BlogThis #decisions #criticalthinking https://t.co/Jml2b213fe

http://twitter.com/adambloom/status/670770409160085504

Brain Science and Visuals

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While looking for a new image for a post, I ran across this friendly reminder :)…

One of my favorite books on this subject, Neuro Web Design by Susan Weinschenk, details the story of a kitchen remodeling company trying to make a good ad. The company had no shortage of great photos to showcase the amazing work it had done in the past, but the ads still weren’t succeeding like company leaders wanted.With the help of Weinschenk’s research, the company decided to stage ...

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21 Diagrams that Define the Data Science Process

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There are many situations where people need to describe the data science process.

Much like my previous post, these 21 diagrams are curated from multiple sources. Collectively, thy provide a solid, visual representation of the data science process.

Considering these processes need to scale over time, this visual exploration begins “the industrial designer’s method” of exploration for innovative thinking.


      

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my life purpose, your life purpose

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Finding your purpose for being here on this planet is one of the hardest and most inspiring things you can possibly discover.

Really, it’s not that hard to follow a simple process for doing it, but, for some reason, it is really scary. I mean, like, “Oh shit, what happens if this really works?”

There have been a few people that posted on FB or other places about this exercise on finding your life purpose in 20 minutes, ...

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happy new year 2010

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My wish for you in 2010 is for personal growth from deeper relationships!!!

It’s been a few weeks since the new year started, and I wanted to wish everyone who reads this a Happy 2010.  In particular, I am very grateful for all my family, friends, coaches, and colleagues…and wish them a great 2010.  For the past 5 or 6 years, I’ve written something like this in my blog on New Years Day (though, the old blog is currently on hiatus).  ...

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behavioral systems

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Further below is a really interesting and insightful thought about “neuro-linguistic programming” from this site about psychology and business.

While this applies in many contexts, I think the most profound is the overall human relationship context and how people interact in general. A great manager I met from Microsoft once put it this way, “people don’t remember what you said, but they remember how they felt.” NLP reinforces how important this is in human dynamics.

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interesting issue for google

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Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt, in a brief interview, said the radio effort failed because Google never came up with a good way to measure listener response. On the Web, he explained, Google can charge advertisers based on performance — that is, how many times users click on an ad.

“With an enormous data corpus, our computers can do the math really well,” he said. “But in the audio ...

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good quotes for marketers

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Bonsai Moon
– One needs to be slow to form convictions, but once formed they must be defended against the heaviest odds. – MG
– You must be the change you want to see in the world. – MG
– I think it would be a good idea. – MG
– Though we have heard of stupid haste in war, cleverness has never been seen associated with long delays. – ST
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