Three, Right Now – Useful Articles

Exercising On an Empty Stomach: The Surprising Benefits

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Is it better or worse to work out on an empty stomach? There is strong evidence that exercising on an empty stomach can be very beneficial.
“An empty stomach triggers a cascade of hormonal changes throughout the body that are conducive to both building muscle and burning fat.” … read more


Lessons From Lincoln: 5 Leadership Tips History And Science Agree On

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Get out of the office and spend time with the troops, give credit where it’s due and take responsibility when it goes wrong, persuade don’t demand, innovate, use stories to influence … read more


Decisions: How do we really make them?

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Don’t read this. Really, it’s going to mess with your beliefs about how rational your decision process is.

Cognitive biases are systematic mistakes we make in our thinking that affect everything we do. From impulsive spending to being overly influenced by what others think. From our beliefs and opinions to our decisions, and we’re not even aware it’s happening

One of our cognitive biases is called “Deletion” which means we ignore things that don’t match our world view…..so you may not even see this …. read more



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Campbell

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2 thoughts on “Three, Right Now – Useful Articles

  1. Hi Campbell,

    Good articles. The first one, “Exercising On an Empty Stomach: The Surprising Benefits”, is very intriguing to me. The author didn’t refer to any study. I wonder how did he arrive to those conclusions?

    Thanks for the post.

    Vitor

    1. Hi Vitor
      Glad you found it useful.
      Those little blue tags throughout the article refer to the studies/research papers that relate to the ideas in the article. Hope that helps.
      – Campbell

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