📚 A chance to learn something new
This is mostly a quick update. We won't go much deeper. There's a saying that you begin dying once you stop learning new things each day. Here at Bit Better one of the aims is to inspire ourselves and those around us to continuously be a bit better every single day. It's OK to fail once in a while, but a habit of improvement can get us way ahead.
Just like compound interest can multiply our money over a longer period of time, a focus on improvement can multiply our well-being.
Recently, I learned that Pluralsight, one of the leading video course publishers, gives access to all of their content free for the weekend! Not only that but from Monday until next Friday you can also benefit from the $100 coupon when you buy a yearly subscription. The courses are mostly aimed at technical and creative professionals but I guess anyone can find something for oneself.
One of my favorite courses is "Writing and Marketing a Book" by Jason Alba.
A book that made some great impression on me recently was "The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups" by Daniel Coyle. It shows three necessary prerequisites for a culture to emerge.
We're talking team culture, work culture, crowd culture, basically anything where more than one human is involved. During our discussion in a Book Club, there was a suggestion that this book can also benefit people in relationships with another person.
Did you know Moby (the artist known for the hit "Lift Me Up") released two albums with sleep music? Long Ambients and Long Ambients Two last just as much as healthy nights' sleep. And if you queue Lift Me Up just after them you'll have a nice wake-up call.