Every Sperm is Sacred – Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

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Every Sperm is Sacred scene, taken from Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life. Terry Jones picked this as part of his Top 10 Monty Python Movie Moments for Esquire Magazine –
“There were about 60 kids and, even though some of the dialogue in this scene was considered a bit racy at the time, the parents were all happy to have their children take part. We did have Michael say, ‘If only the Roman Catholic Church would let me wear a little rubber thing on the end of my sock,’ though, and we dubbed it later. It’s a long sequence, but I think it’s one of my favorite bits of Python.”
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Jay Abraham on How to 10X Your Business with Lewis Howes

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As Founder and CEO of Abraham Group, Inc. (Los Angeles, California), Jay has spent his entire career solving problems and fixing businesses. He has significantly increased the bottom lines of over 10,000 clients in more than 400 industries, and over 7,200 sub industries, worldwide. Jay has dealt with virtually every type of business. He has studied, and solved, almost every type of business question, challenge and opportunity. http://www.abraham.com/

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How Bitcoin Works in 5 Minutes (Technical)

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How the Internet Redesigns your Mind | Choose your Default Mode

This video is about the choice we constantly have to make throughout the day now that we have the internet in our pockets.
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(The irony of me inviting you to follow me on the platform I just ridiculed for promoting distractibility in people is doing well. I fed and put him to bed.)
The point of the video is to encourage people to be mindful of how they use the internet, as what information you put into your minds is important just like the food you put in your stomach. It’s a fantastic tool so there’s no need to “quit” it, just be aware of how it affects you.

Nicholas Carr’s book “The Shallows” (http://amzn.to/2na38dq) was an excellent read and raises some unexpected points about how the internet affects the inner workings of your mind

Cal Newport’s book “Deep Work” (http://amzn.to/2n3tRM3) was also a source of inspiration to make this video. In the book, he thoroughly makes the case that to reach enhanced levels of productivity and be successful in your professional or artistic pursuits, you really need to carve out long periods (2 hours) of time where you can work absolutely focused – no interruptions whatsoever.

Improve Willpower in 5 Mins | How Heart Rate Variability helps Brain Function

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LESS Breath: Better Health? | Mouth Breathing vs. Nasal Breathing

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Patrick McKeown’s book “The Oxygen Advantage” ( http://amzn.to/2p66IIz ) is a must-read book for anyone who breathes. Everyone else, you’re off the hook.
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MOUTH TAPING & Stuffed Noses

Some points about the mouth taping to be careful. For the most part taping the mouth isn’t dangerous unless you have a nasal obstruction. If you can’t breathe with the tape on then you wouldn’t fall asleep in the first place. However it is possible that in the middle of the night you could roll into some position that makes it hard to breathe through the nose, which should just cause you to roll over again or you’d just wake up. However, just in case:
â– Make the tape easy to take off: You can pat the piece of tape on the back of your hand to remove some of the adhesive before putting it on. Fold it at both ends to make a tab you can pull on to take it off
â– Don’t tape your mouth after drinking alcohol (or drugs) and it’s better not to wear it if you’ve eaten dinner soon before bed. Patrick McKeown recommends to finish dinner at least 2 hours before sleeping
â– If it makes you anxious, try just wearing the tape while awake until you’re comfortable with it. If you really don’t like the idea of taping your mouth, you can get an anti-snoring chin strap instead which will keep your mouth closed.

[Stuffed Nose]
Patrick McKeown addresses this in the book, here’s one of the nose unblocking techniques:
-Sit in a chair
-After a gentle exhalation, close your mouth and pinch your nostrils
-Gently nod your head back and forth until you feel the urge to breathe.
-Keep your mouth closed but attempt to gently inhale through the nose
-Unless you simply cannot breathe through the nose at this point, continue to breathe lightly in and out through your nose.
-If the nose is still stuffed, repeat the exercise. (Repeat up to 4 times in one sitting though)