2 ongoing experiments – Lifebook and preventing jetlag (for other people)
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2 ongoing experiments – Lifebook and preventing jetlag (for other people)

In case you were wondering whether the Titan Experiment project died off, you are right. Kind off. Not completely. I still do experiments, from Tools of Titans book, from other recommendations by guests on Tim Ferriss Show, and many others. The truth is that 2 of my largest experiments of this year took so much … Continue reading

The big post about floating and sensory deprivation
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The big post about floating and sensory deprivation

Floatation tank as legal psychedelic? Dr. Dan Engle is described as “Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology, with a clinical practice that combines functional medicine, integrative psychiatry, neurocognitive restoration and peak performance methods”. He is lecturer, writer, and consultant for successful companies and treatment centers. Overall his track record seems to be quite impressive, so … Continue reading

When the little thing could be the big thing
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When the little thing could be the big thing

Last week’s experiment was about keeping in mind that “Weight of the sacrifice is based on the individual.” It’s definitely advice from “Hell yeah!” category, even though it triggered cognitive dissonance (because it reminded me too much of labor theory of value – see below). Summary: I learned two things from this experiment: I see … Continue reading

Beets vs. Balls 1:0 (Week 5 experiment results)
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Beets vs. Balls 1:0 (Week 5 experiment results)

This week’s tricks recommended by the obstacle course racing queen Amelia Boone were focused on better joint health, energy and hamstring flexibility. I was ingesting beetroot powder with gelatin in a few different forms, and rolling my feet on golf balls. The experiment started with a failure (again?). I knew I will travel to Myanmar … Continue reading