How do you keep up with all the latest trends? It can be overwhelming to stay on top of all the new information that is available, and it’s easy to fall behind.
Luckily for you, we have compiled a list of 10 people who will make you smarter than your competition.
Check out these experts in their fields and learn what they are doing differently so that you can apply some of their techniques to your own business.
Who are some people to find inspiration from?
Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss… These are just a few of the people who will make you smarter than your competition.
Check out their blogs and social media channels to learn what they’re doing differently in order for them to be successful, then apply some techniques from these experts into how you run your business or blog/social channel(s).
You’ll find that it’s not as hard at all when there is so much information available on topics such as this one right here: “How do I stay up with trends?”
It can seem overwhelming but if we take things step by small steps (or read articles about staying ahead) life becomes easier because now instead of being overwhelmed trying to figure everything out on our own.
What will make you smarter?
Reading a book (or listening to an audio version) on the topic you’re interested in. This is is like having your own personal tutor.
There are so many books out there that will help with any situation or problem, but here some popular ones: “The Power Of Habit” by Charles Duhigg, “How To Win Friends And Influence People” By Dale Carnegie, The Four Agreements – A Toltec Wisdom Book for Personal Freedom.
What foods can make you smarter?
Eating a healthy diet. Eating foods that are high in Omega-three fatty acids, Vitamin B12 and Iron can help with memory retention as well.
Foods like salmon (omega-three), eggs(vitamin b 12), or spinach/kale (“iron”) will do the trick for you to be smarter than your competition without even trying too hard.
What habits can make you smarter?
The habits that can make you smarter are the ones where we learn new things or do something different.
For example: reading a book about how to play an instrument will teach us more than just playing it for fun and in turn help with our memory retention as well.
Or learning another language is not only a good exercise but also helps your brain work better by making connections between words easier when they’re similar (like “piano” & “violin”).
The key here though? You have to be consistent. If this isn’t done on some sort of regular basis then there’s no real benefit at all from doing these activities once every few months…or even years later down line.
Does lack of sleep affect how smart you are?
Yes, it does. The brain is an organ and just like any other part of the body needs to be taken care of in order not only to function properly but also to grow stronger over time as well (just think about how much more you can do now than when you were a child).
Sleep deprivation will cause decreased cognitive ability which means that we’re less able at solving problems or coming up with new ideas because our brains are too tired from staying awake all night long without restful sleep cycles being achieved during this period instead.
This leads us back into needing even more hours of sleep each day if possible so these effects don’t continue happening again and again.
10 People That Will Make You Smarter
00:13 – Tim Ferris
00:48 – Christina Koch and Jessica Meir
01:43 – Seth Godin
02:27 – Gary Vaynerchuck
03:18 – Lewis Howes
03:47 – Pat Flynn
04:25 – Stephen Fry
05:03 – Dr Katie Mack
05:53 – Trevor Noah
06:23 – Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman