The simple words that save lives
In a study, one group of physicians were instructed to ask their patients: "Is there anything else you want to address?" The other group were asked to say: "Is there something else you want to address?"With "anything" 53% of patients raised extra concerns.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Plan your morning the night before and stick to your plan.
If a new task comes in that isn’t 100% urgent, designate a time that you’ll work on it uninterrupted or try to delegate the probl...
Don’t let your skepticism about productivity hacks get in the way of finding a technique that suits you and helps you get things done.
If you’re still having a hard time identifying priorities, try working backward by identifying work that’s definitely not a priority. Eliminate those items and assess what’s left.
The surreal stories written by famous Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami are read by millions: The peculiarity of the plot developments dampened by an emotional flatness can feel...
Haruki Murakami began to perfect the daily writing routine for which he is now as famous as for any single novel. He rises at 4 am to write for five or six hours, producing ten pages a day before a run of about six miles, and maybe a swim.
He believes that he has to be strong physically in order to write strong things.
Our body's proximity to water – large flowing rivers and the coastal regions, has been associated with positive effects on our health and wellbeing.
Just like being in nature is good for heal...
Seaside living generally has more sunlight and less pollution, promoting better health and more of vitamin D to the people living there.
People who are living near the sea also are more likely to spend time outdoors in some activity or exercise.
Water has a psychologically restorative effect on humans. It reduces negative mood and stress at a better rate than being in green spaces(nature).