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2018年3月 4日 (日)

この一週間(2/26~3/4)

◆世間では:
新幹線台車亀裂、リニア入札談合:我が国の築いてきた価値あるものが、音をたてて崩れていくような恐怖に襲われます。。。

◆個人的には:久し振りに綺麗な虹が見えました(そう、虹は見るものではなく、見えるもの・・・)。虹が見えると、私(の周囲)にはあることが起ってきました。さて、今回はいかに?

○主な出来事:
3/4() 淀川寛平マラソン2018(大阪・枚方)(審判)

○本:「WhenDaniel H. Pink著(Riverhead Books
Positive mood rises in the morning, dips in the afternoon, and rises again in the evening.
For analytic problems, lack of inhibitory control is a bug. For insight problems, it’s a feature.
Human beings don’t all experience a day in precisely the same way. Each of us has a “chronotype”—a personal pattern of circadian rhythms that influences our physiology and psychology.
Short breaks from a task can prevent habituation, help us maintain focus, and reactivate our commitment to a goal.
Naps, research shows, confer two key benefits: They improve cognitive performance and they boost mental and physical health.
These time markers served two purposes.・・・First, they allowed people to open new mental accounts”・・・The second purpose of these time markers is to shake us out of the tree so we can glimpse the forest.
People can, as the Wharton researches writes, “strategically create turning points in their personal histories.”
Indeed, one of the fastest routes to higher pay early in a career is to switch jobs fairly often.
No matter how much time the various terms were allotted, “each group experienced its transition at the same point in its calendar—precisely halfway between its first meeting and its official deadline.
At the midpoint, imagine that you’re behind—but only by a little. That will spark your motivation and maybe help you win a national championship.
9-enders are particularly preoccupied with aging and meaningfulness, which is linked to a rise in behaviors that suggest a search for or crisis of meaning.

○これから一週間の予定:
3/8() MCEI大阪支部 20183月度 定例会(大阪)
http://www.mcei-osk.gr.jp/article/13400584.html

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