- Apr 26, 2023
As someone who grew up in the Internet age, it's hard for me to resist the lure of social media. In the twenty years of the twenty-first century, a large number of SNS into our lives, checking mobile phones has become something we must do when we wake up in the morning and go to bed at night. SNS has taken away a lot of our time, we know but can not allocate. In addition, the Internet has also changed the way we receive and convey information. The excess of information makes our brain and life become chaotic, and even affects our mood, becoming anxious and completely losing the rhythm of life.
- Jan 13, 2023
The author, who teaches readers how to master their habits, shares a practical approach: During the year he wrote the book, he had his assistant reset the passwords to all his social media accounts every Monday, leaving him unable to log on to any device and forced to work hard all week. On Friday, the secretary sent him the new password, which allowed him to use social media over the weekend until it was reset again on Monday.
- Dec 19, 2022
Now we live in a very complete house, cooking in the kitchen, sleeping in the bedroom, entertainment in the living room, reading in the study. Looking at the familiar, we can't imagine what the earliest places were like. A brief history of Interesting life gives us a good answer.
- Nov 26, 2022
In 2020, a sudden outbreak, or global pandemic, struck, not only forcing many people to stay home and socially isolate, but also brutally killing many ordinary people. As the number of people infected with the virus climbs, the public wants to know, what are we going to do to fight the virus, antibiotics or magic drugs that need to be found quickly? But the answer from the medical community was surprising: complementary medicine that would ease the disease and help the human immune system, the workhorse of the war, defeat the virus. But is the human immune system really that strong?
- Nov 12, 2022
Why do prominent people choose to live a minimalist life? Does not making simple choices in life -- blue or red shirt, coffee or Coke -- really affect performance?
- Oct 6, 2022
Recently, after reading the book War and Addiction, I realized that there is no such thing as black and white.
- Sep 20, 2022
This is another book by Joel Greenblatt that tries to make investing simple, as if it were written for non-professional investors. Compared with "Secrets of Value Investing", another book written entirely for retail investors, the book is slightly more in-depth, focusing on risk-free or high-risk investment opportunities hidden in corporate spin-offs, takeovers, restructurings, bankruptcies, risk arbitrage, call options, warrants and other events or instruments, combined with cases.