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How Emotions Are Made

A radical new theory on what emotions are, where they come from, and how they shape our lives.

How Emotions Are Made

A new metaphor for Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

Kaufman’s sailboat breathes new life into Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and his book provides a science-backed blueprint for applying it in your own life.

A new metaphor for Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

The emerging science of cell communication

A comprehensive exploration of the groundbreaking new research findings in the field of cellular communication.

The emerging science of cell communication

Personal experience with flow states

Life can be made more enjoyable by recognizing the conditions that are favorable to flow states and working to actively cultivate them.

Personal experience with flow states

New sensory experiences

What if you could stream the sound environment around you and convert it into touch on your skin? Would you be able to hear through your touch?

New sensory experiences

Learning how to learn

By breaking down a complex skill into individual components, you could design bespoke drills to rapidly improve your weaknesses.

Learning how to learn

A collection of sci-fi short stories

The genius of this story is in the structure - Ted introduces a parallel narrative that is set in the past.

A collection of sci-fi short stories

How to Take Smart Notes

The core principle is getting compound interest on past thinking - never having to think through the same idea more than once.

How to Take Smart Notes

The Freedom of Attention

While the defining paradigm shift in technology over the past few years has been that of privacy rights, the next ethical movement will be for our freedom of attention.

The Freedom of Attention

Digital Minimalism or becoming Indistractable?

Comparing two books on living a more intentional, distraction-free life by transforming your relationship with technology. Not only do they arrive at fundamentally different approaches, but they also differ in their views on the contemporary attention crisis.

Digital Minimalism or becoming Indistractable?