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Nobody who is having a good day takes the time to be mean to strangers on the internet.

Coach Tony
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Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom. ~ Theodore Isaac Rubin
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Even though he says it’s not “kill them with kindness” it kind of is. Gary Vee does a good job of making his default response to angry comments be empathy. Nobody who is having a good day takes the time to be mean to strangers on the internet. I find the same thing Gary found: the vast majority of people will flip immediately to positivity. Then, sure, there is a minority that is set on destruction. Block them.
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Let’s teach listening. This is a bit of a management trend. People are running workshops that are specifically about the art of listening. Are you a good listener? I’m not by default — I have to make a plan and use my skills. 
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Does this count as a productivity hack? It’s a test of the fastest way to empty a liquid out of a bottle. Knowing this will save you time.
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Kind of a long setup that seems like a prank, but ends up being a surprising approach to eating pineapples. If you twist the top, bank on them, and then roll them, you can pull each scale out and eat each piece of fruit individually.
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This is a good magic trick to observe your mind. A key to magic is sequencing misdirections so that just when you think you have figured out the trick, the rules have changed. There are two misdirections and you can read the comments for guesses about the second one. 
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I don’t include a lot of “big cat” TikToks, but this one was a sweet reunion. Maybe it’ll make you feel good.
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