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Philippians 4:8

“Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things.” 437 more words

Women

Kenny, Lucy and the bite marks of fate

That would be a great name for a band come to think of it.

I’m not sure if attention spans are longer or shorter on a Sunday* compared to a Saturday but I’m going to go with shorter and see how the chips fall. 168 more words

Writing

How To Create Attention Getting Introductions for Your Next Speech or Presentation!

Courtsey of Bing

So you’ve decided upon the topic for your speech, or you’ve had it chosen for you. You’ve done all your groundwork, that of researching your topic, getting various supporting statistics and references etc. 889 more words

Public Speaking Skills

Gold fish Attention Span...

Our attention span now worse than Goldfish’s

Your attention span is, uh… well… whatever, but it probably can’t beat that of your average goldfish, a new study says. 153 more words

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David Brooks: Building Attention Span

New York Times — If you’re like most of us, you’re wondering what the Internet is doing to your attention span. You toggle over to check your phone during even the smallest pause in real life. 87 more words

Culture

152. GENERATION XBOX

“Dude, did you see her?”
“Of course I did, I’m not blind!”

The problem with kids nowadays is that they’ve lost their focus. Their attention span is completely lost due to social media and the speed the current society lives in. 18 more words

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On Reading and Taking Breaks

I’m currently reading David Foster Wallace’s comically weighty novel “Infinite Jest’. Since the only thing more sanctimonious than a 25-year-old white guy reading Infinite Jest is a 25-year-old white guy writing/blogging about reading Infinite Jest, I’m going to divert this into an examination of my process of reading, post-haste (which only seems to be anything other than a narcissistic and intellectually navel-gazing activity by virtue of the other alternative, I think). 231 more words

Reading