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New Zealand's ONLY Mens Lifestyle Magazine

M2 June 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>May 25, 2018<p>Age: 33 Occupation: Head of Supply Chain at My Food Bag What’s your morning routine? Hit “snooze” once (or …

8 reasons your pain won't go away

One of only a handful of physicians in the country who is board-certified in Family Medicine and Pain Medicine, Gary Kaplan, DO, author of <i>Total Recovery</i> and founder of The Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine, was able to apply his pioneering perspective to help answer one of the most difficult …

8 Surprising Things At The Gym That Burn An Insane Amount Of Calories

Looking for better cardio workouts at the gym? We've got your back. When it's time to hit the gym, most of us have two rules: Get in and out as fast …

Exercise

This Is When You’re Most Creative, According to Science

One of the most common misconceptions about creativity is that it’s a gift. But, to an extent, it’s a skill just like anything else. It needs practice, repetition and the right timing and setting.<p>Part of the reason the dreaded words “I’m not creative” are muttered so often is likely because it’s …

The Indian Startup Ecosystem — Something Isn’t Right

I am not even remotely involved with the Indian startup ecosystem. But unfortunately, I read a lot and try to make sense of it in equal measures. And …

Giant Artwork Reflects The Gorgeous Complexity of The Human Brain

The new work at The Franklin Institute may be the most complex and detailed artistic depiction of the brain ever.<p>Your brain has approximately 86 billion neurons joined together through some 100 trillion connections, giving rise to a complex biological machine capable of pulling off amazing feats. …

Neurophilosophy

20 Creative Business Cards for Architects

Establishing professional contacts in architecture – and well, in any field, really – has changed dramatically in the last decade, passing from the …

A psychologist looked at over 50 years of research on creativity — here’s what he found

Indeed, deliberate practice can help you master new skills.<p>Deliberate practice involves a series of techniques designed to learn efficiently and purposefully.<p>This involves goal setting, breaking down complex tasks into chunks, developing highly complex and sophisticated representations of possible …

Creativity

Google's chief futurist Ray Kurzweil thinks we could start living forever by 2029

Kurzweil is one of the biggest believers in The Singularity, the moment when humans — with the aid of technology —will supposedly live forever.<p>He's chosen the year 2045 because, according to his calculations, "The nonbiological intelligence created in that year will reach a level that's a billion …

Singularity

16 Lessons I Learned from a Year of Traveling (and Eating) Around the World

If you’ll go anywhere for a memorable meal, you’ve gotta do it right.<p><i>Welcome to Eat Like a Local! From late-night burgers in Nashville to a life-changing date shake in Palm Springs, we traveled across the U.S. to find the spots that are really hitting home.</i><p>Like you, I believe the only thing as fun …

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The 20 Coolest Pieces of Wearable Tech We've Ever Seen

The winners of WH's 2016 Fitness Awards, unveiled.

8 simple things you can do every day to improve your health

What if the secret to living a healthier life came down to just a few simple choices every day? Turns out, it does.<p>Rebecca Lewis is a registered …

How This 10-Minute Routine Will Increase Your Creativity

Learning to channel your thinking--both conscious and subconscious--creates the conditions that make achieving your goals inevitable.<p>"Your subconscious mind works continuously, while you are awake, and while you sleep."--Napoleon Hill<p>Your subconscious never rests and is always on duty because it …

These city-based artists are crafting magical worlds out of paper

Imagine a frame lit by soft yellow light. A giant with lanky hands stands in the background, throwing a skateboard in the air. In the foreground is …

Art

Richard Branson: Hire From Within and Let Your Employees Work From Home

Richard Branson leads a charmed life. Today, the founder of the Virgin Group travels the globe, running his multibillion-dollar empire from his …

The funny things happening on the way to singularity

John Hauer Contributor<p>John Hauer is the CEO of Get3DSmart.com<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>The diagnosis and the cure of automation<br>• Inventors, Entrepreneurs And The Space In Between<p>People often ask me about the impact of 3D printing on jobs. Will the technology be a job creator or destroyer? The …

A future factory takes off the wheels

You know that saying, "Don't reinvent the wheel"?<p>Greg Henderson never got the memo because that's how he spends his time -- and his money -- these days.<p>Henderson is the guy who shocked "Back to the Future" fans everywhere in 2014 when his startup, Arx Pax, unveiled the seemingly impossible: the …

The Mind-Reading Hormone: Your Brain's Key to Empathy

The worst time to ask your boss for a raise is when she's having a bad day, giving reason to tune in to her mood, but it's all too easy to …

The Brain

11 European destinations everyone should travel to alone

To help you figure out where to go next, the European travel website RoutePerfect.com has released a list of the best destinations in Europe for solo travellers.<p>The ranking is based on data from over 100,000 trips saved and booked by solo travellers from around the world through the site.<p>From grand …

European Travel

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Breatharianism: Science Examines People Who Claim Not To Eat & Here’s What They Found

Breathariansim refers to the practice of sustaining oneself without the need for food. This concept is not new; in fact, for thousands of years, …

These Comics Provide Hilariously Abridged Summaries of Classic Novels

Who needs Spark Notes when you can read John Atkinson's abridged summaries of some of the greatest works of literature? The cartoonist, from Ottawa, …

How Storytelling Can Grow a Business

The business world is always looking for that great new idea, but what if the “next big thing” was something as old as humanity? That's the case with …

Wharton School

The Millennial Work-Or-Life Myth: 4 Goal-Setting Steps To Achieve Both Happiness And Success

As we plan our careers and seek the most effective, fulfilling combination of work and life, many millennials wonder: will success make me happy? Some of us worry that ambition and well-being are mutually exclusive.<p>Researchers, meanwhile, are divided on the relationship between high achievement and …

Goal Setting

Uber and Lyft could help the car industry in one big way

Who needs to buy a car when you can have mobility on demand?<p>According to Deutsche Bank, startups such as Uber and Lyft may shake up business as usual, but the outcome won't be as dire as some pundits have predicted.<p>"The consensus view amongst investors is that a decline in the total population of …

Automotive Industry

These Stunning Images Aren't Drawings—They're Photos

Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer photographs historical dioramas to create surreal artwork.<p>There's more than meets the eye in Amsterdam-based artist Jasper de Beijer's stark renditions of historical events, like the 1993 Waco siege, visualized above. What looks like a drawing or illustration is …

How Decision Making Evolves as a Startup Grows

vincent tsui FOR HBR<p>As I approach the 10-year anniversary of HubSpot, the marketing and sales software firm of which I’m CEO, I’ve been reflecting back on the decisions I’ve made — both right and wrong. There has been a fair share of both. I’ve also been considering how my decision-making process …

The future is coming and it's full of squishy, unsettling robots

Hard robots are typically awkward and clunky.<p>Ones built like humans with two legs, for example, like to fall down — a lot.<p>But gleaming mechanoids aren't the only kind of robots. Engineers are also crafting a new generation of highly capable and very flexible machines, called soft robots.<p>The best of …

A Beginner's Field Guide To Augmented And Virtual Reality

Today Facebook-owned Oculus begins consumer shipments of their Rift VR headset, in many ways marking the beginning of a wave of dedicated consumer virtual reality (VR) products. Two weeks ago TIRIAS Research critically examined the VR and augmented reality (AR) product landscape at SXSW’s VR/AR …

Augmented Reality