Body: Supplements vs. Wine: What Is the Best Form Of Resveratrol?
You’ve probably heard that red wine is good for you—or at least “less bad” than other kinds of alcohol. A big reason for this reputation is resveratrol: a nutrient found in grapes (and a few other plants) that’s been touted for supporting a long, healthy life.
But before you start uncorking everything in your cellar, you should know this: not all wines have the same amount of this “longevity” nutrient. Here’s our ranking of wines with the most to least resveratrol, and whether it’s better to get resveratrol from wine or a supplement.
Mind: The ladders of Wealth Creation: A Step-By-Step Roadmap To Building Wealth
In college I first heard Jason Fried from Basecamp talk about how making money is a skill—like playing the drums or piano—that you can get better at over time. That resonated with me immediately. I wouldn’t expect to be able to sit down at a piano for the first time and immediately play a concerto.
We could outline the progression to mastering a musical instrument, so we should also be able to do the same with earning a living.
What lessons do you need to learn to go from odd jobs around the neighborhood to owning a real estate empire? From working as a freelancer to selling your own digital products? What about from working at Wendy’s to owning a SaaS company earning over $1 million per month? That last one is my own path.
Soul: Rewire Your Brain for Happiness With Two Proven Techniques
Being depressed can feel like being stuck in a bleak, hopeless loop. No matter what you try, you can’t convince your brain to reengage with life. By understanding the neuroscience of depression, we can rewire our brains to free ourselves from the depression loop and clear the way for enduring happiness.