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How to Say No, Resist Temptation, and Stick to Your Goals

How the “right words” make it easier to say no.


Learning how to say no is one of the most useful skills you can develop, especially when it comes to living a healthy life.

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25,000 Mornings: 8 Ways to Improve Your Morning Routine

Here are some strategies that you can use to get the most out of your 25,000 mornings.

You’ll wake up for about 25,000 mornings in your adult life, give or take a few.

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The first time I truly used a networked computer I saw it as the way out. Instead of being enslaved to big corporations—as employees and consumers—we’d be able to work on our own time, create value directly for other networked people, and get out of the obligatory, expansionist race against the debt clock that was destroying our planet.

But once WIRED and the other technology business folks got wind of the coming digital age, they framed it quite differently. No, digital technology wouldn’t liberate us from the values of the Industrial Age; it would amplify them! Instead of letting NASDAQ deflate and die its natural death, we could use the promise of the dotcom era and the “long boom” of infinite expansion to pump some more steroids in there.

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Help Build a Vibrantly Multilingual World

This tremendous richness of human linguistic diversity took thousands of years to develop, yet it is rapidly disappearing.


Most people don’t know this, but there are a lot more languages spoken in the world than the ones we hear every day. In fact, there are around 7,000 different languages, and each one tells a part of the story of our human experience on Planet Earth.

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