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Humans are self-training machines, and in the context of the internet, we’ve trained ourselves to ignore the intrusive adverts which increasingly clutter our screens. If something looks vaguely like an advert, we don’t even make eye contact with it — a behaviour known as ‘banner blindness’. In the context
There's no doubt that an approaching deadline can make a person more focused and decisive on a given task – there's fundamentally less time play with different options and the pressure forces the task up the person's stack of priorities, leaving less room for other distractions. At the same time, more
There's no shortage of ways to find alcoholic social spaces, but where are the sober-friendly spaces? 🤷♂️Non-alcoholic drinks are the fastest growing segment in the beverage industry... but where to find them? 🔍 There's an ever growing number of zero-alcohol bars, spaces and events appearing in major cities, part of the
Ever wished that who you could discover the most relevant people at a coworking space? 🔍Done with leaving meeting people to random chance? 🎲 One of the main reasons coworking exists is to facilitate useful connection between people – each person sat in a coworking space is surrounded by dozens or more
Working solo can be challenging. For one thing, there's solo productivity and time management: When working on a project in-between existing commitments, it can be easy for things to drift and not get done as fast (or as efficiently) as they could otherwise. Why? Because they are battling for priority