If you’re thinking, “Stop the world and let me off,” you’re the ideal candidate for Julia Hobsbawm’s guide to untangling life’s complexities. The British author and intellectual uses nature and neuroscience as a framework for dealing sensibly with life’s demands. Hobsbawm warns against the poisonous effects of stress and explains why multitasking goes against nature. Hobsbawm offers a unique perspective on quieting the noise around you and embracing clarity amid confusion.
About the Author
British author and intellectual Julia Hobsbawm also wrote Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload and Where the Truth Lies.
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2 years agoGood reflection about simplicity. I will apply this knowledge
2 years agoIt makes me reflect about many point of view around simplicity. Good reading.
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