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Neurohacker Collective  💊Engineers of Qualia 🔬Researchers of Radical Cognitive Enhancement 🎓Empowering Self-Optimization 👉Helping People Realize Their Full Potential

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Listen in as Daniel Schmactenberger, Neurohacker Co-founder, and @Scott Barry Kaufman discuss why creativity is where all the intrinsic joy of life happens.

Tune in to the entire interview, here: http://neurohacker.com/define-creativity-dr-scott-barry-kaufman/

Recently, Daniel Schmactenberger, Neurohacker Co-founder, was interviewed on the @futurethinkers podcast. The subject? 
Existential risks threatening humanity, and how we can mitigate them.
Listen in, here > http://futurethinkers.org/daniel-schmachtenberger-existential-risks/

Over 100,000 people are now following us on social platforms. This does more than sell product. It builds culture. As that number grows even higher, the concept of neurohacking becomes more domesticated to the average consumer, and the messaging for who we are and what we're doing then has a large army of voices with rich content to draw from when a newbie seeks explanation of the mission that drives us.
Read more about our growth and where we're headed, here: https://wefunder.com/updates/91045-100-000-reasons-neurohacker-is-growing

Trying to make a difficult decision? Go for a run. If you’re nodding your head in agreement, there's a scientific reason for the “magic” that happens while running.

Working up a sweat while running enhances our mental capacity [because the] hippocampus, a part of the brain critical for learning and memory, is highly active during exercise.

Whatever your reason is for running, you may return with a head full of possibilities.

A new Collective Insights podcast was just released!

Listen in as Dan Pardi, a sleep researcher at Stanford and Leiden University in the Netherlands, discusses how lack of sleep stresses the body in a multitude of ways, including an overload of cortisol.

Tune in to the interview, here: http://neurohacker.com/deeper-sleep-hacking-part-2-dan-pardi/

We believe in fully optimized human beings, not perfection. Double-tap if you agree.

||Quercetin|| Quercetin is a bioflavonoid found in fruits and vegetables, particularly in apples. Quercetin has antioxidant and neuroprotective effects, contributing to delayed cognitive decline. You'll find it in #Qualia

Hear what Jamie Wheal, author of Stealing Fire, has to say about non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Listen to the entire podcast, here: http://neurohacker.com/collective-flow-states-non-ordinary-states-matter-jamie-wheal/

We have a cognitive bias towards the familiar. None of us grew up with mental performance supplements. So our cognitive bias overlooks how logical they will be for newer generations.

Our bet with Qualia, is that in a demanding and competitive world where people have already demonstrated billions of dollars of interest in supplementing their body, the urge to likewise optimize their brain is sure to follow. #magic

Listen in as Dan Pardi, a sleep researcher at Stanford and Leiden University in the Netherlands, discusses how lack of sleep stresses the body in a multitude of ways, including an overload of cortisol.

Tune in to the entire interview, here: http://neurohacker.com/deeper-sleep-hacking-part-1-dan-pardi/

Be the difference.

Dwight D. Eisenhower, the United States 34th President, was known for a lot of things. He was the commanding general of the victorious forces in Europe during World War II, Signed the Civil Rights Bill of 1957, and ended the Korean War.
Eisenhower was once quoted as saying, “I have two kinds of problems, the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.” This quote spurred the creation of the Eisenhower Matrix, a system that allows you to visually distinguish between urgent and important tasks in order to help you prioritize.

Learn how to use the Eisenhower Matrix to increase productivity on the #Neurohacker blog.

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