3 Ways To Teach Yourself To Become Smarter. When I was a 7-year-old growing up in rural Austria, I had only one dream, one shared by probably 90% of all other boys in my home country: to become a world-class soccer player.
This is probably the equivalent of football here in the U.S. or ice hockey in Canada. And playing soccer was all I did for the next 10 years. I slowly climbed my way up, making it into football academy and playing for bigger teams. And yet, after being injured and slowly developing some doubt in my abilities, I dropped out and went to a normal school. When I tried again to climb to the top of a different ladder, with startups (and it’s going great so far with Buffer), there was one thing I told myself that isn’t going to happen: It’s not going to come down to my character, intelligence, talent, or any personal trait that will determine whether I fail or succeed.
So, naturally, I’ve been obsessed with are things that most of us deem innate. But none of these are fixed. Intelligence isn’t innate. Businessinsider. Every 7 years our body will change completely.
This means that each and everyone of your cells will have been renewed and exchanged for another one that your body has produced. I was always amazed by this. And science suggests that this gives us a unique chance to change and erase any mistakes we’ve made in the past. How? Through a focus on the food we eat. Fortunately we don’t have to wait 7 years. “Adequate nutrition can raise your productivity levels by 20 percent on average.” ~ WHO When I grew up, there were tons of cliché wisdoms thrown at me.
Whilst we have uncovered the 2 other major factors that contribute to your productivity, explaining how much sleep we really need and how science looks at the impact of exercise on our brain, it’s time to tackle the probably hardest and most ongoing challenge we all face: nutrition. How foods interact with your brain One of the most fascinating things about eating is how various ingredients enter your brain through your blood stream. Businessinsider. Learn Interesting Facts Every Day. Daily habits to be smarter.
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