Re: Re: What is the measure of a good life?
Measuring a "good life" in terms of productivity and making a contribution is another way of saying that you have used your innate talents and acquired skills in such a way that you are satisfied with the results. It doesn't necessarily follow that they have been used altogether altruistically, but unless your talents and skills sets are dark ones, it's likely that their use has positively affected others as well as pleasing yourself.
Understanding thinking talents in yourself and others can build strong teams and help avoid burnout.
- Learn to collaborate within a team and identify "thinking talent" surpluses – and shortages.
- Angie McArthur teaches intelligent collaboration for Big Think Edge.
Archeologists had been doubtful since no such ship had ever been found.
- In 450 BCE, Greek historian Herodotus described a barge that's never been found.
- One boat, Ship 17, uncannily matches the Herodotus' description.
- Horseshoe crabs' blue blood is so valuable that a quart of it can be sold for $15,000.
- This is because it contains a molecule that is crucial to the medical research community.
- While on Joe Rogan's podcast, he explains his thoughts on the gender differences in society.
- On another episode, Peterson discusses the development of character through competition.
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