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Science Proves Early Birds Get More Worms

early-birds-get-more-wormsWhat have you been reading lately? There's so much content published every week that a person can never read it all themselves. That's why we're here.

Here are the five articles that piqued our interest:

1. 11 reasons (provided by science) why early birds are more successful {Inc.}

I am an early bird, so I am naturally drawn to this article. Early birds are happier, more proactive, and get things done when there are fewer distractions.

2. Delacroix writes about the conflicting needs of socializing and solitude. {Brain Pickings}

Excerpts from Eugene Delacroix's journal show his increasing need for solitude while working. Glimpses like these into the great minds of previous centuries make me wonder what they'd accomplish with today's increasingly distracted world.

3. Binge drinking facts to use with DUI attorneys {Marketing Mind}

Use binge drinking data in your county to approach an attorney who specializes in DUIs or personal injury.

4. We're now in the marijuana economy {Strategy+Business}

First alcohol, now drugs. Must be something about this week! Strategy+Business reviews a book about this new industry from an insider's perspective.

5. Museums ban selfie sticks {Alley Watch}

Museum guards are worried about selfie sticks damaging precious works of art. Me? I'm worried that anyone would want to take a selfie in a museum.

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