Subtraction, Suckers for Nostalgia, and Staying out of Jail - The Weekly Zazz #14
What you look for is what you find.
The more things we add, the bigger our plate looks. Whether we'll be able to finish that plate is something no one asks. Just that the plate should look full.
Instead, if we keep just two things on it, or four, or all, or none, depends on person to person, but one would find more joy and less stress. More satisfaction and less headache.
I wish I was talking about food here, but it's about life, and doing too many things at once, creating this pressure to do more, without being able to enjoy even one wholly.
It's in moments like these when you take a step back and realize this and ultimately take the decision to subtract things from your life, in order to be freer, have more time and less stress. Subtraction creates those opportunities for us, which addition does not.
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What To Read:
When Ryan Reynolds Buys a Soccer Team, Dollars Await.
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The Pandemic Is Making Us All Suckers for Nostalgia. Read here.
Social-media innovation is dead. Read more about this here.
Jack Dorsey says social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook can be addictive. Read here.
Nielsen will be rolling out a cookieless identity resolution system next year.
Read about this here.
What To Listen:
New Podcast Alert! Bill Gates and Rashida Jones are hosting it and it’s called, ‘Bill Gates and Rashida Jones Ask Big Questions‘
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On No Filter with Neha, Pankaj Tripathi talks about his life with his family, the choices he’s made in his career, and more. Listen to it on Jio Saavn here.
Daniel Ricciardo joins the Armchair Expert to discuss getting into racing when he was 9 years old, how he stays fit during the race season, how he finds enjoyment before a race and just how important the first 45 seconds of a race is.
Listen to it here.
Chamath Palihapitiya joins Kara Swisher on the Sway podcast and talks about the powers of a tech billionaire. Listen here.
How to remember anything? Listen to it on WorkLife with Adam Grant here.
What To Watch:
Pratik Gandhi and Jaideep Ahlawat chat on Film Companion’s Meeting Ground, on their so-called ‘overnight success’, the challenge to break into the scene and what it was like to finally taste mainstream success. Watch here.
Wim Hof on the simple method to improve your focus, strength, and confidence, on ‘On Purpose with Jay Shetty‘. Check it out here.
In the aftermath of his historic seventh world championship win, Lewis Hamilton talks about the 2020 season, equalling Michael Schumacher’s record, his plans for the future and much more. Watch this here.
The former president, Barack Obama, in the 2020 60 Minutes interview, shares the advice he would give President Trump, his thoughts on the killing of George Floyd, and what’s behind the divisions in Washington and across the U.S. Check it out here.
Spam, a short film by Karan Bhatt, starring Bhamini Oza Gandhi and Pratik Gandhi. Watch it here.
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Find out what is the long-term value of something. When viewed from that lens is when we understand the value of those things that we currently cherish and whether it has real value or not.
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