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说闹觉余 发表于 2016-10-15 05:38:11
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  Most people wish they were more productive. Some buckle down and leverage some rare facet of their personality to force the work out. Some of them talk with friends. Some go on vision quests. There are lots of methods for lots of types of people. Most hackers, I’ve noticed, look for a datasheet. An engineer’s reference. We want to solve the problem like we solve technical problems.

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      It’s got the cover equivalent of click-bait, but the centimeter thick bibliography listing research sources at the back won me over.       There were three books that gave me the first hints at how to look objectively at my brain and start to hack on it a little. These were The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, Flow By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and Getting Things Done By David Allen.
   I sort of wandered into these books in a haphazard path. The first I encountered was  The Power of Habit  which I found to be a bit of a revelation. It presented the idea of habits as functions in the great computer program that makes up a person. The brain sees that you’re doing a task over and over again and just learns to do it. It keeps optimizing and optimizing this program over time. All a person needs to do is trigger the habit loop and then it will run.
  For example: Typing. At first you either take a course or, if your parents left you alone with a computer for hours on end, hunt-and-peck your way to a decent typing speed. It involves a lot of looking down at the keyboard. Eventually you notice that you don’t actually need to look at the keyboard at all. Depending on your stage you may still be “t-h-i-n-k-i-n-g”, mentally placing each letter as you type. However, eventually your brain begins to abstract this away until it has stored, somewhere, a combination of hand movements for every single word or key combination you typically use. It’s only when you have to spell a new word that you fall back on older programs.
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含巧 发表于 2016-10-19 02:22:03
听说闹觉余一席话,省我十本书!
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282412 发表于 2016-10-22 01:29:08
和你擦肩而过你却不知道是我,因为我把头扭过去了。 
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捱三顶五 发表于 2016-10-22 05:52:12
如果有一双眼睛陪我一同哭泣,就值得我为生命受苦。  
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波代 发表于 2016-11-14 17:10:38
因为一句话,万一这贴子火了呢
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liuyang020840 发表于 2016-11-18 18:49:52
LZ是天才,坚定完毕
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