How Not To Shrink Your Brain

Results: Poor CV fitness and greater diastolic BP and HR response to exercise at baseline were associated with a smaller total cerebral brain volume (TCBV) almost 2 decades later (all p < 0.05) in multivariable adjusted models; the effect of 1 SD lower fitness was equivalent to approximately 1 additional year of brain aging in…

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Markets Are Moving

I posted this in the Mentor Program forum this morning and it is worth sharing because it represents my favourite style of price distribution. This one week relative performance is reminiscent of a smile and it indicates a series of movements that provide ample opportunity for traders. I accept that parts of equities markets are…

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Resistance To Change

Whilst browsing I came across this piece – it looks at the early resistance to the use of anaesthetics. We take for granted that when we have a surgical procedure done that we will be asleep for the duration. However,this is a relatively new phenomena, previous generations had to tolerate surgery as it was fully awake or drugged…

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Always Stay Sharp

As I have mentioned before Ross Enamait is someone I often read when I want a different perspective on the fight game, as one might expect there are a lot of lessons to be learnt and a lot of carry over. I took particular note of the phrase I have highlighted below. I’m sure there are…

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Everyone Is An Expert

I am lead to believe that the reason young children are good at learning languages is not only the wonderful plasticity of their young brains but also that they dont mind making fools of themselves. On the other hand adults have a built in embarrassment interrupter gear that works to prevent us looking like peanuts. This has some…

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The Voice Of Self Doubt

As I have said before, the game of entrepreneurship is won between your ears. The reason you are in this game is the same reason you will succeed in it. This game tests your inner strength, resiliency, creativity and optimism. Have you ever wondered why some people who are not nearly as smart as you, as dedicated…

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An Antidote to the Age of Anxiety

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives,” Annie Dillard wrote in her timeless reflection on presence over productivity— a timely antidote to the central anxiety of our productivity-obsessed age. Indeed, my own New Year’s resolution has been to stop measuring my days by degree of productivity and start experiencing…

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Now that the dust has settled on January I thought it was time for a little dodgy table and chart looking at the relative performance of a few markets. As you can see the trouble maker continues to be China, which should not be a surprise to anyone. What is surprising is the relatively good…

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