What one Navy SEAL learned by doing Hell Week 3 times
Two questions hold the key to breaking through your limitations, says David Goggins.
David Goggins is the only member of the U.S. Armed Forces to complete SEAL training, Air Force tactical air controller training, and the U.S. Army Ranger School, where he graduated as 'Enlisted Honor Man'. Seeking an even greater challenge, Goggins set about conquering the hardest sporting events known to man. Today he is considered to be one of the greatest endurance athletes in the world.
- Navy SEAL Hell Week is 130 hours of brutal training with less than 4 hours of sleep.
- To mentally and physically persist, you need to be sure of one thing: Why you want to be there.
- David Goggins keeps a 'mental cookie jar' of victories to overcome stress and negative self-talk.
Political activism may get people invested in politics, and affect urgently needed change, but it comes at the expense of tolerance and healthy democratic norms.
- Polarization and extreme partisanships have been on the rise in the United States.
- Political psychologist Diana Mutz argues that we need more deliberation, not political activism, to keep our democracy robust.
- Despite increased polarization, Americans still have more in common than we appear to.
A scientist in Sweden makes a controversial presentation at a future of food conference.
- A behavioral scientist from Sweden thinks cannibalism of corpses will become necessary due to effects of climate change.
- He made the controversial presentation to Swedish TV during a "Future of Food" conference in Stockholm.
- The scientist acknowledges the many taboos this idea would have to overcome.
An amateur astronomer discovers an interstellar comet on its way to our Sun.