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Konnikova, Maria. Most of us have seen enough television shows, read enough articles, and attended enough meetings to know that, with proper, long-term attention to diet and exercise, we can become leaner, healthier, and hopefully more attractive. Chances are, the majority of us are also familiar with the idea that we can change our emotional state. But did you know that you can also improve your brain? We were left to our own devices, to rise and fall as our innate abilities led. Then we run into Sherlock Holmes. Also, the driver behind me was impatient.
I actually groaned out loud numerous times and yelled "Come ON! Are you serious? The only explanation I can think of is that author must have been paid by the word, because she has reinvented the meaning of taking commonly known ideas and taken the phrase "be "Mindless: How to Regurgitate Useless Information" Do you know what I learned in the first hour of this book while I went on my morning 5 mile run before I realized that there are no chapter markers?
The only explanation I can think of is that author must have been paid by the word, because she has reinvented the meaning of taking commonly known ideas and taken the phrase "beating a dead horse" into new heights. To take on the tone of the author, I have crafted a representative paragraph: "Sometimes a horse is dead, yet you keep beating it reads a paragraph from Sherlock Holmes.
Do you understand what this means? Have you ever thought of the idea of beating a dead horse? I imagine a thousand My Little Ponies, each a different color, with fabulous manes and tails, hearts and stars, slowly dying and falling to the ground, and tiny little gnomes taking striped bats and hitting them, even after they are dead reads the exact same paragraph as above that she read before, word for word, from Sherlock Holmes.
That said, sometimes people do that. They happen to beat dead horses. Now that phrase is not to be taken literally, but figuratively. When people do that, they tend to over explain or repeat themselves over and over and over again. Did I mention that this happens more than once? It happens over and over. This is called. That stands for beating a dead horse reads the exact same paragraph as above that she read before, word for word, from Sherlock Holmes.
Now let's look at some studies where more people tell you how to beat a dead horse.
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