Chapter 6

To reduce mental fatigue, reduce anxiety, and support healthy brain function of any individual, a clear intellectual thought is imperative. Efficiency and alertness combined with a sharp risk response mitigation is supported by this sailboat cerebral agility.

A very interesting concept that was written by Bart de Langhe, Stefano Puntoni, and Richard Larrick in the Harvard Business Review article “Linear Thinking in a Nonlinear World”2 comes to mind here. Their powerful sentence is given below:

“This is true for generalists and specialists alike, because even experts who are aware of nonlinearity in their fields can fail to take it into ...

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