How to Actually Think Better & The Secret of Eating What You Enjoy Without Guilt
Published September 10, 2018
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    Many people wish they were taller. Unfortunately there is no simple fix for that. But there are ways to LOOK taller and we start this episode with some effective techniques. No one likely taught you how to think. So when you have a problem to solve or need to come up with a solution - you just think the way you think. But what if you could think better? Tim Hurson author of the book Think Better joins me to discuss a way to improve your thinking that can result in better thoughts, better ideas and better solutions.   So what’s the deal with seedless watermelons? Where did they come from and why are there no seeds? And how do they grow new ones if there are no seeds to plant? I’ll unravel the mystery of seedless watermelons for you. Today, meal planning isn’t so much about foods we enjoy but rather foods that are supposed to be “good for you.” The problem is, that is a very strange way to eat. Barry Glassner, a sociology professor at the University of Southern California is author of a book The Gospel of Food: Why We Should Stop Worrying and enjoy What We Eat He joins me to explain why our obsession with eating food with less salt, less sugar and fewer calories is flawed and why eating foods you enjoy has a lot of real benefits. This Week's Sponsors Warby Parker. For your free home try-on of 5 pairs of glasses go to LinkedIn Marketing Solutions. To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit and launch your first campaign, go to Ancestry  For 20% off your Ancestry DNA kit got to and use the promo code: something Hoka One One Get free expedited shipping on your first pair of shoes by going to and use the promo code SYSK
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