Not all connections you make will be useful. It’s like brainstorming: some things will just become a bunch of “crumpled paper” among the notes in your …
The more purposefully you live, the more you’ll learn. So watch movies and TV shows. Highlight texts. Take notes. Write. Read. Listen. Travel. Feel int…
What was the last time you read the newspaper? Better yet, what was the last time you read a newsletter? I’m pretty sure there may be a ton of those, u…
Social reading encourages people to think outside of what’s comfortable or personal. It encourages them to converse, to respectfully debate, to apply w…
No matter how you prefer to do it, highlighting and noting your insights will turn your research game around.
NFTs are an interesting consideration for those looking to profit from their unique creations, as well as their rare (or, dare I say, “iconic”) items i…
Being kind and helpful to others can “make us happier and give us a sense of purpose and meaning.”
As a community, we’re here to teach one another what's worth focusing on in this oversaturated world.
There are myriad reasons why people share stuff, and all of them have to do with human connection and relationships.
Comic books. Coins. Vinyls. These are all common collectibles, yet, to a non-collector, they might be nothing but pointless objects.
We go to search engines like Google to find answers. The more succinct and useful, the better. But that’s not always what you find, is it?
Elon Musk has always been a sucker for books. In fact, it’s been said that he used to read for 10 hours every day.