How to Use the “5 Hour Rule” to Radically Improve Your Intelligence and Success
Elle Kaplan

Your post inspired me to think about my leisure time again. Of course, there are some days where you just want to do nothing, sit in front of the TV or outside on your terrace and gaze into space. But even then, there are some hassle-free tools to improve your skills. You can watch a TED Talk instead of Netflix, listen to Podcasts instead of Music (or after n-songs) or reflect on your progress at work.

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