December 8, 2022
How's everything going?
This is Kei and Kazuki, founders
of Glasp 👋
We hand-picked 3 good articles for you to highlight
this week. Hope they'll help you get new ideas and
perspectives. (You can read this online!)
📚 3 Good Articles for You
the power of focusing on one task at a
by Dr. Hannah Rose (7 min)
Single-tasking is the most efficient way of working,
as it avoids switching costs and conserves energy.
Research shows that multitasking negatively impacts
cognitive outcomes, and can even lead to lower
grades. Focusing on one task can boost creativity,
and the Pomodoro technique can help with this. By
creating an environment free from distractions,
using techniques to boost focus, and incorporating
regular breaks, single-tasking can help you become
more efficient and successful.
Why Micro Habits Are
Better Than Typical Habits
by Ivaylo Durmonski (11 min)
Micro habits are tiny
routines that don't take long to execute and
have the potential to lead to big results. They
are better than typical habits because they
don't require as much energy to perform. To
introduce micro habits into your life, start
small and increase the efforts when possible.
Examples of micro habits include building a
long-term project, reading for a couple of
minutes per day, writing down what you will do
tomorrow, resetting your room, and listing all
of the things you said no to. Finally, make sure
to review your progress and keep doing the
Buffett Formula: Going to Bed Smarter Than
When You Woke Up
by FS Blog (5 min)
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have a unique
partnership in which they both spend a lot of time
reading and learning. They believe that it is
important to go to bed smarter than when you woke up
and to think critically and form your own opinions.
They also believe in the power of collaboration and
learning from each other. They emphasize the
importance of reading and learning in order to
become lifelong self-learner. They also emphasize
the importance of expressing your thoughts and ideas
in order to truly understand them.
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