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If, like many, your new year resolution is to improve your work-life balance, you may find it harder than you think. One of today’s stories explains why.
Aside from that, I’ve been delving into the web3 rabbit hole for a while now. So far, it’s been a very entertaining and interesting experience. I’m sharing the best bits I’ve come across.
Enjoy and let me know what you think!
Today’s update is 304 words, 1.5 min
👔 The danger of worshiping work: Work-life balance —we strive to achieve it, yet hard work is arguably what American society values above all else. The result? Burnout, particularly amongst top earners, whose jobs, long hours and income tend to define them. The Guardian →
😴 Two sleeps: It’s accepted today that a good night’s sleep of six to eight hours is healthy. In the Middle Ages, however, it seems a totally different sleep pattern was the norm. Biphasic sleep was practiced around the world and is, in some ways, a forerunner of the Mediterranean siesta habit. BBC →
💧 Green (or blue) hydrogen: Hydrogen, the most abundant element in existence, is often touted as a potentially reliable and efficient source of green energy. Yet critics are not convinced. This article explains some of the key issues to be solved before hydrogen can truly be considered as clean energy. CNBC →
↘️ Patterns of failure: As a founder himself and mentor to over 100 startups, this blogger has witnessed many patterns of success and failure. Here he explains why many good ideas, despite being generated by brilliant teams, fail. Blog →
😐 Death of digital media: A plethora of online publications battle for attention and subscribers. Yet is the phenomenon of digital media already over? Blog →
Crypto Twitter Snippets
1️⃣ 47 Contrarian Crypto Opinions →
2️⃣ Twitter is working on NFT profile verification →
3️⃣ German soccer player Mario Götze is now part of the web3 community →
Quote of the Day
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”
Stephen R. Covey
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