A Better Fit
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A Better Fit

Think or swim.

The captain of a sinking ship turns on channel 16 and radios in a distress call, “Mayday, Mayday! We’re sinking! We’re sinking!” only for the thick-accented German coastguard to answer, “Really, what are you thinking about?”

There’s more to this joke than meets the ear.

Imagine you’re not on a boat but still find yourself in deep water.




What does it mean to be a good fit for society and how can we become a better fit?

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Simon Shears

Simon Shears

Author of 'Working [it] Out: what actually makes us exercise?' Looking at fitness through an evolutionary lens.

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