Weekly Pulse by William Meller | Week 37, 2023

The Weekly Pulse is my content curation and my highlights from readings, books, podcasts, insights, and everything I discovered during the week.
The Weekly Pulse is my content curation and my highlights from readings, books, podcasts, insights, and everything I discovered during the week.

So, let’s go with some discoveries from the week!

#1 – Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds
#2 – Using ChatGPT for Self-Development
#3 – How Leaders Create And Use Networks


Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

Source: James Clear Website
Author: James Clear

The article explores why facts don’t always change our minds and how false beliefs persist. 

People often hold onto false beliefs because of the desire to belong to a social group, which can be more important than understanding the truth. The most effective way to change people’s minds is to become friends with them, to integrate them into your tribe, and give them somewhere to go. 

The best approach to changing people’s minds is to be kind first and right later.

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Using ChatGPT for Self-Development

Source: Steve Pavlina Webiste
Author: Steve Pavlina

The article discusses the author’s experiences using ChatGPT for self-development. The author shares several ways to use the tool, including clarifying personal values, predicting where those values will take you, setting goals, creating positive affirmations, and compressing complex ideas down to their core. 

ChatGPT has a working memory of about 3000 words and can remember specific values for future prompts. 

The author recommends iterative ideation for several rounds and suggests using ChatGPT to identify your ideal audience or social circle.

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How Leaders Create And Use Networks

Source: Vox
Author:  Sean Illing

Author Henry Nicholls shares practical tips on how to get a better night’s sleep in a recent interview. 

He recommends working on “sleep stability,” or maintaining a consistent sleep schedule by going to bed and waking up at the same time each day. He also emphasizes the importance of figuring out how much sleep your body needs, avoiding artificial light (especially from electronic devices), and creating a sleep-conducive environment. 

Nicholls suggests trying natural sleep aids and consulting a specialist or doctor if necessary.

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