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Weekend Reads

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There are a lot of great writers, thinkers and researchers out there who regularly share their best work with the world.

I love reading about their best ideas and strategies for how to live a healthy, productive life and I consistently stumble upon some particularly insightful pieces.

It’s about time that I shared these gems with you and give credit to the people who are always teaching me how to get better.

That’s why I’ve decided to start doing a weekly roundup where I share the best articles I’ve come across in the past seven days.

I’ll make sure you get this list every Saturday so you can spend a few moments during your weekend (preferably with a warm cup of tea or coffee) with some really great reads.

So, without further ado, here are my picks for…

Week 23

Don’t Trust Anyone Under 500: Dale Davidson’s Unconventional Advice for Graduates | CalNewport.com “Modern advice tells us to pursue accomplishments. Ancient wisdom tells us to live virtuously”. Don’t let the title fool you, this one contains timeless wisdom for people all ages.

Carl Sagan: “The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena.” | Farnam Street Blog by Shane Parrish. When you consider that your life is taking place “on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam”, your problems don’t seem as big of a deal anymore.

To Cement A New Habit, Optimize For Repetition | Riskology by Tyler Tervooren. If you want to build a new habit that sticks, you need to focus on two things; repetition and momentum. Tyler shows you how.