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If only I had known a little bit more about accelerated and effective learning when I was still a student myself! That would have saved me a lot of frustration and, most of all, precious time.Fortunately, learning and learning to learn well, will always be one of the most valuable skills in your personal and professional life. My point is to start building these skills as soon as possible, preferably when you are still a student.Fast and effective learning is a skill for life and I could talk about it for days. However, to get you started I will give you 5 powerful tips on how to learn more, how to learn well and how to learn effectively.1. The foundation: a productivity systemLet’s face it, without a solid foundation there is no way you can expect to build new skills and form new habits. My first tip therefore is to adopt a productivity system (like GTD). You need to develop the habit of consistent and effective note-taking, you need to have a clean, uncluttered desk to study at, you need a system for storing reference material and tracking your (learning) projects. I strongly suggest following this important tip, because it will make everything else (including learning) more efficient and effective. Speaking from my own experience: GTD by David Allen has provided this much needed foundation in my life. Read more here: 10 Simple Tips to Start Getting Things Done.2. SpeedingYou probably need or want to a lot of offline and online material as well. But you only have so much time to do it. This is where my second tip comes in. Practice speeding to smarter and faster, while improving your comprehension! I have written about speeding extensively but it boils down to: get to “know” the material you’re about to , decide which parts of it you are going to , and when you are actually ing: keep your eyes moving at a steady, perhaps increasing, pace without stopping at every word and definitely without ever reing a single phrase. These tricks alone should double your ing speed very soon.3. Think and work on paperThere is no question that pen and paper are the most underrated productivity and learning tools around. My advice is to always think and work on paper. It will get things off your mind and make room for more creative thinking. Use your own shorthand and notational system to highlight important facts and actions in the material you’re learning. Condense, memorize and review the material you’ve learned by creating mindmaps. Forget about trusting your mind or your computer, think and work on paper to learn better and effectively.4. Use multisensory techniquesThis tip is all about discovering your preferred learning style and leveraging it to make learning more fun and more effective. You have to figure out for yourself if you are more of a visual learner, an auditory learner or a kinesthetic/tactile learner. Information will be absorbed by your brain much quicker and much more effective if you use your preferred learning style. To enhance your learning experience even further, combine your preferred learning style with the other ones. For instance, writing things down combines the visual and tactile learning styles. Reading things aloud to yourself combines the visual and auditory learning styles.5. Allow your brain to absorb new stuffEverybody has a certain learning rhythm. Some learn best in the early hours of the morning, others learn best late at night. Figure out which rhythm and time frame suits you best and use this to maximize your learning ability. However, you must frequently give your brain time to absorb the new stuff that you are learning. The best way is to “sleep on it” and the second best way is to take frequent breaks and do something completely different. 如果在我还是学生时就多知道一点有关高效学习的知识,那将会使我减少很多挫折,最重要的是,节约很多宝贵的时间。幸运的是,学习和学会更好的学习,将永远是你个人和职业生活中最宝贵的技能之一。我的观点是,尽可能早地开始建立这些技能,最好是从学生时代开始。快速而有效地学习对生活来说是一种技能,我可以好几天都讲这一件事。不过,为了让你开始,我会给你5个非常有效的技巧,让你学得更多、更好、更有效率。1、基础:一套有效的系统我们得明白,如果没有一个固定的基础,你根本别指望能建立新的技巧,形成新的习惯。因此,我的第一个小窍门是,让自己适应一套有效的系统(比如GTD)。你需要养成不断并高效地做记录的习惯,你需要一个干净整洁的桌子学习,你需要一套储存相关材料和检验你学习效果的系统。我强烈建议你跟随这个重要的窍门,因为它能使其它的每一件事(包括学习)更有效。以我自己的经历来说:戴维.阿兰的GTD给我的生活提供了这个非常有必要的基础。想了解更多与此有关的内容,请参阅:10个简单的窍门开始完成每一件事。2、速读你可能需要或想要离线和在线阅读很多资料,但你没那么多的时间。这就有了我的第二个小窍门。练习速读,从而能读得更聪明更快速,同时提高你的理解力。我已经写过大量和快速阅读有关的文章,归根结底就是:“知道”你将要阅读的材料,决定你将会阅读哪个部分,当你实际阅读时,保持你眼睛移动的速度,或者逐渐加快,不要在每个字上停留,绝对不要重复任何一个单独的短语。只是这些招数就能很快让你的阅读速度提高一倍。3、把所想所做的写下来毋庸置疑,纸和笔是在我们身边最被低估的生产和学习工具。我的建议是,无论何时都把你想到做到的写下来。这样做能使你将一些事情从脑子里移出来,从而为更具创造性的思考腾出空间。运用你的速写和笔记系统突出显示你所学材料中的重要事实和行动。忘记相信你的大脑或电脑,把你所想所做的写下来,你就能学得更好更有效率。4、运用多种技术这个窍门帮你发现自己偏爱的学习方式和工具,从而使学习变得更有趣和有效。你得清楚自己到底是属于视觉学习者,听觉学习者,还是触觉学习者。如果你运用自己偏好的学习方式,大脑就能更有效地接收信息。为了进一步加深你的学习经历,你可以将自己所偏好的学习方式与其它方法结合起来。比如,运用视觉和听觉学习方式的同时,把事情写下来;或者,结合视觉和触觉学习方式,大声地读出所写的事情。5、让你的大脑接收新知识每个人都有自己独特的学习节率。有些人在清晨时学习最有效率,有些人则在深夜学习最有效率。明白自己最适合的学习节率和时间框架,借此来最大化你的学习能力。不过,你必须经常让你的大脑有时间去接收所学的新知识。最好的方法就是“带着刚学的知识睡觉”,第二好的方法就是经常休息去做一些完全不同的事情。 /200811/56135南平查激素专科医院I love you because you bring the best out of me.我爱你,因你让我展现出最美好的那部分。Everytime I look at you, my heart misses a beat.每次看着你,我的心都会漏跳一拍。You're the one who holds the key to my heart.你是那个开启我心灵的人。Love is, what you mean to me - and you mean everything.爱是,你在我心中的分量——而你,就是一切。Your love has helped me to rediscover myself.你的爱让我重新发现了我自己。Just being with you feels like I can defy the whole world.仅仅和你在你一起的感觉可以让我放弃全世界。Darling, you are my theme for a dream.亲爱的,你是我的梦中情人。(你是我梦的主题)You have taught me the true meaning of love.你教会了我爱的真谛。Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be.和我一起慢慢变老,这将是最好的事。Loving you makes the my ride of life worthwhile.爱你,让我的生命之旅有意义。 /200811/56951晋安区排卵监测费用1. Caffeine Can Kill YouBut you'd have to drink 80 to 100 cups in a hurry, health experts say. We advise not trying. 1.咖啡可以使你毙命。当然,根据专家的说法,这可能发生在你迅速喝下了80到100杯咖啡之后。对此,我们不建议你进行尝试。 /201003/98048Ninety percent of Americans know that most of their compatriots are overweight, but just 40 percent believe themselves to be too fat, according to a study published on Tuesday.Government statistics show that more that 60 percent of the U.S. population is overweight, and half is obese, meaning they are at serious risk of health effects from their weight.But the Pew Research Center telephone survey of more than 2,000 adults found that many people overestimate how tall they are and underestimate how much they weigh--and thus do not rate themselves are overweight, even when they are."The survey finds that most Americans, including those who say they are overweight, agree that personal behavior--rather than genetic disposition or marketing by food companies--is the main reason people are overweight," Pew says in the report."In particular, the public says that a failure to get enough exercise is the most important reason, followed by a lack of willpower about what to eat. About half the public also says that the kinds of foods marketed at restaurants and grocery stores are a very important cause, and roughly a third say the same about the effect of genetics and heredity."And at least some people appear to have given up on dieting to control their weight, the survey found."One in four respondents in our survey say they are currently dieting, and roughly half (52 percent) say they have dieted at some point in their lives. In a poll taken 15 years ago, the percentage of adults who reported having ever dieted was slightly higher--57 percent," the report s.The adults polled were asked how tall they are and how much they weigh. Doctors and researchers around the world use a ration of height to weight called body mass index to calculate if someone is obese or overweight.The women reported they weighed a median of 150 pounds and had a median height of 5 feet five inches, which would put them just barely on the borderline of being overweight.But national statistics indicate that U.S. women in fact have a median weight of 155 pounds and are only 5 feet 4 inches tall, which puts them squarely into the overweight column."As for men, well, they give themselves even more phantom height than women do--two extra inches," the report s. "The self-reported median height of men in the Pew survey is 5 feet 11 inches, compared with 5 feet 9 inches in the government survey.""Virtually everyone agrees that a person's weight has an impact on the chances for a long and healthy life," the report s. "More than nine-in-ten (91 percent) believe that weight has an impact on attractiveness, either a little (35 percent) or a lot (56 percent)." /200812/59217南平哪里有治子宫粘连

宁德去那间医院割包皮福州女性结扎复通那家医院好Being the Perfect Girlfriend can be quite a challenge. But with patience, It might JUST BE possible. Here are some tips to get you on your way.Step1YOU MUST RELAX YOUR STANDARDS. Let down your guard, and don't let etiquette be most important. This means eating like a pig (occasionally), burping, etc. Although things should be cleaned up in the end, the experience will allow you to feel comfortable with each other. That's the first important step.Step2DRESS UP SOMETIMES TO FEEL SPECIAL. This obviously is the opposite of step 1. Feel comfortable with each other, but don't get lazy. Dress up, and put effort into it. Look sexy for your man. He will definitely appreciate your effort, feel more attractive, and possibly want to return the gesture by putting more effort towards his appearance as well.Step3BE SENSITIVE OF YOUR MAN'S EGO. Although men will seem strong, our ego's can sometimes be delicate. Make your boyfriend feel good about himself through genuine compliments. Let him know you're aware of his efforts to improve certain relationship issues. And most importantly of all, communicate an idea; don't N about it.Step4ALLOW SPACE. A relationship is important. But so are his friends. He loves you but there are just some things that a friendship with the guys gives to him. So communicate to reach an appropriate agreement, and give him the space to balance out his relationship and friendships.Step5LISTEN. Men love to explain things. Sometimes even if you don't understand it all, try to keep an open mind. After all, he should be doing the same for you. These incidents shouldn't last too long, and he will be very grateful that you care enough to hear him completely.Step6THE WAY TO A MAN'S HEART IS THROUGH HIS BELLY. Good food is definitely a plus to becoming the perfect girlfriend. So try to make an effort to having a few good recipes. And if you don't know how to cook yet? Have a list of takeout places handy for just such an occasion. It's important because if we get hungry, we pay less attention to you (sorry in advance). So if you prevent us from getting hungry, our attention will be more focused on YOU. (which should be because you're almost the perfect girlfriend)Step7OVERTIME STEP: (NOT FOR EVERYONE). Bedroom Etiquette. Be mindful that a man's horny level is always around the same point as a woman's maximum horny point during period week. So now that you understand how we are, be gentle. If you aren't in the mood, gently let your man know IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH HIM (remember that ego). TIP: If you are not prepared for that stage of the relationship yet for whatever reason (religion, age, culture, etc), do not feel pressured to give in. He should/must respect your values.Step8Congratulations, You've completed the steps. You are (according to my books) the Perfect Girlfriend. Great job! /200901/60321Your brain is conned to spend, spend, spend. Here's how to take back controlWe really should know better. Despite the neon-lit fact that we're in the depths of the credit crunch, official figures show that last month we splurged on shoes and clothes, spending about 9 per cent more than this time last year. Why is it so hard to restrain our retail urges? A new study helps to confirm that when we're shopping, our brains are not our own. We might think we are in control, but in fact the big levers are grabbed by our primitive drives.Worse, the marketing industry has spent billions scientifically perfecting ways to hijack your hyper-emotional primordial circuits into buying stuff that your sensible higher brain knows you don't need or particularly want. The good news is that much of this research can be turned on its head - instead of bamboozling our brains into breaking the bank, we can kid our instincts into spending less. Here's how:Give yourself - and your purse - a breakPausing briefly between choosing something and taking it to the checkout can dramatically boost the chance of the cash staying in your purse, says a study to be published in December's Journal of Consumer Research. Wendy Liu, of the University of California, Los Angeles, ran four tests where she interrupted people's purchasing. She found that a break in the buying process changed their priorities. Before the interruption, shoppers fixated on whether the object they desired was a bargain. After the interruption, they returned with a far more objective, higher-brained view - did they really want the thing at all?The need to cool off our consumer brains is reinforced by Gregory Berns, a neuroscientist at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. His brain-scan studies show how the feelgood-chemical dopamine is released in waves as shoppers see a product and ponder buying it. But dopamine is all about the hunt, not the trophy: only the anticipation, rather than the buying, squirts the chemical. Once you've sealed the deal, the chemical high dissipates in minutes, often leaving a sense of regret that retailers call “buyer's remorse”. With practice, you can get your hormone kicks from window-shopping: no purchase necessary.Don't even touch your cardsFour studies on 330 people in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied confirm the suspicion that it is much easier to spend money in the form of a credit card. The New York University-led report concludes that we regard anything but hard cash as “Monopoly play money” and that real currency is the only thing that gives you the “pain of paying”. Credit cards might not only anaesthetise retail pain, they may create a physical craving to get the dopamine high from spending, says Professor Drazen Prelec, a psychologist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He cautions in Marketing Letters that when you see and touch the plastic it is just like smelling biscuits baking when you are hungry: you feel compelled to splurge to satisfy the craving.Keep brands out of your brainDesigner brands have proved unprecedentedly effective at persuading you to spend more money on “special” goods that are actually only of average quality. Brands are painstakingly developed to encourage people to identify with them, to believe that their favourite labels have exactly the same human values as they do. A study in the Journal of Advertising Research reveals how our Stone Age brains are built to relate to other people and animals - and this way of relating attaches to inanimate objects, too. We habitually anthropomorphise, which is why many of us call our cars “she” and give them cute names. In similar fashion, we increasingly attribute human-like personality traits to brands.The research shows that we can even believe that the brand has an attitude towards us, so we develop tight “primary” relationships with it that are on a par with marriage and kinship. So instead of simply choosing between products, subconsciously we think we are picking life partners and powerful new tribes, and that we can buy our way into higher group status.Don't shop with friendsJennifer Argo, an assistant professor of marketing at Alberta University's School of Business, realised that whenever she went shopping with a friend, she changed her habits, choosing costlier foods and clothes. Argo employed mystery shoppers to stand by a rack of batteries, and found that their mere presence made the battery buyers pick the most expensive brand. If no one was there, they chose cheaply. The result, published in The Journal of Consumer Research, was consistent in three separate studies. “We will spend more money to maintain our self-image in front of others,” she says. One answer, according to a separate study, may be to shop with your relatives: we buy fewer things when visiting stores under the eagle eyes of family members.Staying calm costs lessWe might be more liable to spree when financially squeezed: under stress we can feel driven to hoard, says a study of students in Behavioural Research Therapy. This might have an evolutionary explanation: getting gripped by the urge to stockpile provisions in times of threat would have helped our ancestors' survival. This residual instinct can also help to explain how sales campaigns may work en masse by collectively preying on our deepest insecurities - you smell bad, you're not good enough, no one likes you.Be suspicious of special offersChainstores love to make you feel that you are getting a generous deal, because this makes you buy more than you need. When you see special offers on the shelves, your rational brain tends to go soppy with thanks and makes you want to return the favour by splashing out on unnecessary items. It's called the “spill-over effect”. Here, at least, it's worth honing your ingratitude.Think global, feel richerA study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation last year found that wealthy Londoners no longer feel rich, because they do not mix with less affluent people any more. We need to look wider, to the global neighbourhood. About half of humanity lives on less than pound;1 a day according to the UN. Meanwhile, a fifth of the Earth's people buy nearly 90 per cent of all the consumer goods. That's us, the stressed guys in the wealthy neighbourhood.Satisfice yourself“Satisficing”, in social-science jargon, is the sensibly shod alternative to maximising. When you satisfice, you don't let an impossible quest for the perfect option destroy your enjoyment of the merely OK. The credit crunch is an opportunity to decide that life in the West today, with its unheralded levels of healthcare, home comfort and personal safety, is pretty much as good as it will get, and there is actually no need to try buying more contentment. We just need to convince our primitive brains of this. /200810/54038福州封闭抗体检查专科医院Twenty and thirty somethings aren't as healthy as their parentsThey should be in the prime of their lives. But instead, those in their twenties and thirties are in worse health than their parents, a British survey has found.Binge drinking, y meals and a lack of exercise all take their toll.As a result, the young are more likely to have migraines, catch a cold or become stressed than the over-55s.According to the research, those aged between 18 and 34 are three times more likely to have a cold or flu than the older generation.Nearly a quarter of the young regularly have headaches or migraines, compared to just 14 per cent of over-55s.And they are almost twice as likely to have high stress levels.The elderly also tend to eat more healthily. More than four in ten eat five or more portions of fruit or vegetables a day, double the number of young men and women.And when it comes to alcohol, 20 per cent of the over-55s don't indulge, while just 10 per cent of those aged 18-34 abstain.Six in ten of the elderly make fresh meals every day, compared to less than a third of the young.And while three-quarters of over-55s say they eat a balanced diet, just half of the younger generation does so.Less than a third of them regularly cook with fresh ingredients, compared to almost two-thirds of the older people.What is more, almost 10 per cent of them admit to eating y meals for every meal - and two per cent say they only eat at restaurants.The older generation is also more likely to take a healthy amount of exercise, with 12 per cent spending at least 30 minutes doing so each day.They may appear fitter, but only nine per cent of the young do that.Over-55s also try hardest to have at least six hours' sleep and plenty of fresh air, according to research done in the UK for fruit brand Florida Grapefruit.Chris Steele, the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning programme, said: "I have seen a rise in young people suffering from illnesses such as colds, flu and headaches."Long working hours, high stress levels and lack of exercise lead to people getting run-down and ill.[size+0](Agencies)他们应该正值人生的黄金时期。但英国的一项调查发现,二、三十岁的年轻人的健康状况还不如他们的父母。酗酒、吃方便食品、缺乏锻炼均对年轻人的健康造成了不良影响。所以,年轻人比55岁以上的人更易患偏头痛和感冒,而且更容易焦虑。该调查表明,18岁至34岁之间的人患感冒或流感的几率为他们父辈的三倍。近四分之一的年轻人经常患头痛或偏头痛,而这一比例在55岁以上的人中仅为14%。此外,年轻人精神压力过大的几率高出近一倍。年龄较大的人饮食习惯也更加健康,超过十分之一的人每天摄入五份或五份以上的水果和蔬菜,为年轻人的两倍。在55岁以上的受访者中,20%的人不酗酒,而在18岁至34岁的人群中,这一比例仅为10%。60%年龄较大的人每天做新鲜饭菜,而年轻人的这一比例还不到三分之一。在55岁以上的受访者中,有四分之三的人称自己饮食平衡,而仅有一半的年轻人这样做。此外,近10%的年轻人承认他们每顿都吃方便食品,2%的人称他们只会在去餐馆时吃这些东西。老一辈的人经常进行适度锻炼,12%的受访者每天至少锻炼30分钟。可能年轻人看起来比较健康,但仅有9%的人每天锻炼。该项为“佛罗里达柚”水果品牌开展的调查显示,55岁以上的受访者努力保每天至少六个小时的睡眠时间,并尽量让自己呼吸大量的新鲜空气。住院医生克里斯#8226;斯蒂尔在ITV《今晨》节目中说:“我发现,现在有越来越多的年轻人患感冒、流感和头痛等病症。”“工作时间长、精神压力大和缺乏锻炼是导致人们健康状况下降和生病的主要因素。” /200802/26752福州做试管选性别那里比较好

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