Marcela Sapone

Co-Founder & CEO of Hello Alfred. Lit up all year long.

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Marcela Sapone

59 days ago

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

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Marcela Sapone

73 days ago

If you don't have time to read Ray DALIO's principles, here is a full overview and very practical takeaways

What the world's largest hedge fund can teach a startup

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Marcela Sapone

73 days ago

If you don't have time to read Ray DALIO's principles, here is a full overview and very practical takeaways

What the world's largest hedge fund can teach a startup

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

This is how your brain changes with age

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

World Economic Forum

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

Are We on the Verge of a New Golden Age?

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

Don’t wait.

2. Welcome everything, push away nothing.

3. Bring your whole self to the experience.

4. Find a place of rest in the middle of things.

5. Cultivate don’t know mind.

The Five Invitations: Zen Hospice Project Co-founder Frank Ostaseski on Love, Death, and the Essential Habits of Mind for a Meaningful Life

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

A computer was asked to predict which start-ups would be successful. The results were astonishing

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

The researchers also found that patients with stronger white matter pathways, which exist between the halves of the brain, showcased greater bilateral communication. This signifies that it is likely that the brains of those with similar pathways might retain higher levels of functioning later in life.

This is how your brain changes with age

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

The researchers also found that patients with stronger white matter pathways, which exist between the halves of the brain, showcased greater bilateral communication. This signifies that it is likely that the brains of those with similar pathways might retain higher levels of functioning later in life.

This is how your brain changes with age

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

Researchers have managed to connect a human brain to the internet

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

This counterintuitive practice helps truly successful people get ahead

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

enigmatic smile lingers in our minds, as it does in the collective mind of humanit

The Science Behind Mona Lisa’s Smile

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

Killer piece - few words but full of value

According to Moran Cerf, a neuroscientist at Northwestern University who has been studying decision-making for over a decade, the surest way to maximize happiness has nothing to do with experiences, material goods, or personal philosophy.

It's all about who you decide to spend time with. But "it's not just advice to choose your friends carefully,"

A neuroscientist who studies decision-making reveals the most important choice you can make

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Marcela Sapone

129 days ago

If planet-warming emissions continue to rise at their current pace, three in four people in the world will face deadly heat by the turn of the century, according to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change in June.

Human frontiers: How much heat can the body and mind take?

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Marcela Sapone

136 days ago

How to think about scaling a team for fast growth by Hello Alfred SVP of Engineering

Building And Operating An Exceptional Growth Team

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Marcela Sapone

147 days ago

This is what the blockchain is all about, consolidating everything that is separated into one. I

GRAMATIK, the World’s First “Crypto-Artist”… by SingularDTV

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Marcela Sapone

147 days ago

I actually don’t think it takes much to make most people happy. We want to live in a healthy environment, enjoy good physical health, have great relationships, have time for recreation and live in peace.

Nothing is the Next Big Thing

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Marcela Sapone

154 days ago

Piece I wrote hitting on why the old way of Silicon Valley tech is going out of style.... hyper connected local, authentic, small businesses are hr future

What Bodega got right and wrong about the future of the on-demand economy

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Marcela Sapone

160 days ago

I like to say that great analogies are one of the few original creative acts

These neologisms demonstrate the cumulative quality of language, in which we use the known to describe the unknown.

“It is by metaphor that language grows,”

How to Say (Almost) Everything in a Hundred-Word Language

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Marcela Sapone

171 days ago

Photos from 36 hours down the Pacific Coast - Seattle to LA

Our Side of the Tracks – Medium

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Marcela Sapone

179 days ago

Hmmm

Kara Walker, ‘Tired of Standing Up,’ Promises Art, Not Answers

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Marcela Sapone

179 days ago

The Week When President Trump Resigned

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Marcela Sapone

196 days ago

One of the problems of email is there's no cost attached to sending it, so we don't have a useful heuristic for deciding what to read first.

Things to Hang on Your Mental Mug Tree

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Marcela Sapone

196 days ago

Op-Docs: Season 6

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Marcela Sapone

196 days ago

In an Unused Harlem Church, a Towering Work of a ‘Genius’

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Marcela Sapone

196 days ago

Paper and pen > phone always

With handwriting, the very act of putting it down forces you to focus on what’s important. Maybe it helps you think better.”

A Total Beginner’s Guide to Keeping a Journal

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Marcela Sapone

196 days ago

Strange

A New Kind of Adultery Novel

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205 days ago

Why Women Aren’t C.E.O.s, According to Women Who Almost Were

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Marcela Sapone

216 days ago

How many children should you have?

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219 days ago

9 lessons from the world's Blue Zones on living a long, healthy life

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Marcela Sapone

223 days ago

Whatever the work is, do it well—not for the boss but for yourself.

The Work You Do, the Person You Are

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Marcela Sapone

224 days ago

Berman advised the forest bathers to pick up a rock, put a problem in and drop it. “You can pick up your troubles again when you leave,” he said with a straight face.

The Japanese practice of 'forest bathing' is scientifically proven to be good for you

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Marcela Sapone

224 days ago

Forest environments promote lower concentrations of cortisol, lower pulse rate, lower blood pressure, greater parasympathetic nerve activity, and lower sympathetic nerve activity than do city environments,” the study concluded

The Japanese practice of 'forest bathing' is scientifically proven to be good for you

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Marcela Sapone

244 days ago

Given how much the world has changed in just the past 150 years, and how much it’s likely to change again in the next 150, the question is, “What environment will we optimize our genes for?

The Upside of Bad Genes

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Marcela Sapone

246 days ago

What Happened After Mexico’s Greatest Architect Was Turned Into a Diamond

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Marcela Sapone

246 days ago

The Architect Who Became a Diamond

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Marcela Sapone

246 days ago

Human beings live in mutual accountability, each answerable to the other and each the object of judgment.

If We Are Not Just Animals, What Are We?

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Marcela Sapone

270 days ago

Incredible

Insomniac City: Bill Hayes’s Extraordinary Love Letter to New York, Oliver Sacks, and Love Itself

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Marcela Sapone

273 days ago

I didn’t fall in love with my wife

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297 days ago

How to measure risk in the real world

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Marcela Sapone

326 days ago

Or hoping that, in her life, she felt a fearlessness impossible for those of us that must care for others

The Sense of an Endling

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Marcela Sapone

336 days ago

Downtime replenishes the brain’s stores of attention and motivation,

Why Your Brain Needs More Downtime

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Marcela Sapone

343 days ago

Francis, who has made clear that he sees little possibility for allowing women to be priests, called the vocation crisis an “enormous problem.”

The issue is less a question of theology than arithmetic.

Pope Francis Signals Openness to Ordaining Married Men in Some Cases

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Marcela Sapone

343 days ago

A Ticket to Hell

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Marcela Sapone

343 days ago

Are Fast Radio Bursts from Alien Spacecraft? It’s Unlikely, but Possible

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Marcela Sapone

346 days ago

Beautiful stand on International Woman's Day - looking on the Bull of Wall Street

Girl 'superhero' imitates 'Fearless Girl' statue

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Marcela Sapone

346 days ago

Need is a banana
Desire is insatiable

He spoke in enigmatic non sequiturs, which Lesser calls “Lou-language.” About how desire has more tidal pull than mere need, he once said: “Need is so many bananas. Need is a ham sandwich. But desire is insatiable and you can never know what it is.”

The Dramas and Intrigues of Louis Kahn, Monumental Architect

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Marcela Sapone

346 days ago

Global Migration Meets Magic in Mohsin Hamid’s Timely Novel

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Marcela Sapone

346 days ago

For international woman's day

International Women’s Day has been stripped of its radical roots. That’s about to change.

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