5 Games That Teach You How to Code. By Jacob Gube These Web games will give you a fun and engaging introduction to the world of programming.
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We’ve collected some of the best book marketing Tweets from the past week, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others.
The topics include Facebook marketing tips to improve engagement, getting credible – not fake – book reviews, making your book pitch stand out, and much more. Happy marketing! * 5 Unbreakable Laws of Self-Publishing (Photo credit: Wikipedia) 3 Paths Toward A More Creative Life. Everyone can learn to be more creative, but to become very creative, I’ve come to believe you need to lead a creative life.
In watching my best students, in examining the lives of successful entrepreneurs, and in seeing the process of the great Native American artists who I know, it is clear that how they live their daily lives is crucial to their success. I realize that it sounds very “zen-y” (which is OK by me), yet I come to this realization not through a search for spirituality or clarity but from simple observation.
Creativity is in such demand today that when we apply for jobs, when we join organizations, or when we just meet other people, we are asked to present our creative selves. But we can’t do that unless we understand the nature of our own creativity, locate the sources of our originality, and have a language that explains our work. If you are one of the growing number of “creatives,” or want to become one, you need to lead a creative life. 1.
For good reason. 2. How to hack your body language for better interviews. Research interviews go best when participants feel comfortable and confident — they’re more verbal, more willing to explore, and more willing to play along.
So when an interview isn’t going well, I check for signs of low status in the person I’m interviewing and adjust my body language to make them feel more in charge. (These techniques come from improv theater classes I took many years ago in San Francisco. In addition to learning about “yes and,” listening, and teamwork, I was introduced to the important concept of status — and how body language communicates high and low status.) How to spot signs of low status If you’re interviewing someone (for research purposes or otherwise) and see these symptoms, the other person is probably feeling low status and not giving you their best possible participation. Some techniques to boost status and confidence Lower your own status.
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Increasing reading speed is a process of controlling fine motor movement—period. This post is a condensed overview of principles I taught to undergraduates at Princeton University in 1998 at a seminar called the “PX Project”. The below was written several years ago, so it’s worded like Ivy-Leaguer pompous-ass prose, but the results are substantial. In fact, while on an airplane in China two weeks ago, I helped Glenn McElhose increase his reading speed 34% in less than 5 minutes. I have never seen the method fail. The PX Project The PX Project, a single 3-hour cognitive experiment, produced an average increase in reading speed of 386%. 10 Brilliant Social Psychology Studies. Ten of the most influential social psychology experiments.
Why People Believe Weird Things and 8 Ways to Change Their Minds. Some people believe all kinds of weird stuff including… …no, actually, for a very good psychological reason I’m not going to repeat any of it here.
Let’s just say that some people believe weird stuff and leave it at that. It turns out that just one of the fascinating reasons that people accept odd ideas is that they keep getting repeated, even if only to debunk them. So, where does all this misinformation come from, why do people believe it and how can right-thinking people counter it? How to Need Less Sleep by Getting Better Sleep Every Night. Sleep.