“We smart people are too smart for our own good, and it’s plain to see. Smart people tend to be very creative, and this seems to be the root of the problem.” ~ Mark Widawer
Based off a short booklet I found awhile back, “The Triumph of the Stupid: How Your Intelligence & Creativity are Keeping You From the Online Success You Deserve by Mark Widawer” here’s five ‘stupid’ habits we conscious, creativity-oriented types tend to unconsciously suffer from (which prevent us from reaching our targets in life).
Speech was from 1956 and still true to this date!
I was given this Audio Cassette tape and a simple player by a very Successful man when I first arrived in North America.
He told me it was what made him so successful. Barely speaking English, almost broke, no skills and no job. I was so depressed I wanted to go back. But as I started listening to this tape, my life begin to change. I listen to it everyday, sometime twice a day.
Dr. Berg goes through the 5 lies about drinking more water. It is one of those “everyone knows”, so drink when you are thirsty. Hyponatremia is a condition whereby you can get really sick by drinking too much water.
“Adolph EF. The regulation of the water content of the human organism. J Physiol (London). 1921;55(1-2):114-32”
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