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9 brain habits you didn’t realise you had

Posted by Preston on 2009-02-08

My partner reads a news/blog site called undrln.com, which can often link to some really interesting bits of information. One such item that the site linked to a couple of days ago is an article, 9 brain habits you didn’t realise you had. While there were a few things in there I was already aware of (hint: one of them wasn’t about the colour chartreuse!), the thing that most interested me was confirmation about the subconscious. I often found it weird that if I didn’t think about a particularly vexing problem for a while after gathering all the data, the answer could sometimes just pop into my head at the most bizarre of times. It seems it’s not too unlikely after all.

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