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It's Time to Hold Ourselves Accountable

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The Weekly Cue
It's Time to Hold Ourselves Accountable
By Martin Verbic • Issue #16 • View online
Hi all!
This is The Weekly Cue from a medical student for the curious and eager to learn. A newsletter with resources from the world of medicine, thinking, learning and success that resonated with me.
This issue marks the 4 month stretch that this newsletter has been sending out in it’s current form. It seems to me that I’ve found a format that I like and feel good about. Let’s make it to a year!
Enjoy!
Martin
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Blaming someone or something else for what happened is easy, but we do not affect that. Making ourselves accountable, however, is tough, but in my experience, beneficial. We affect ourselves. This is a short article I recently wrote that you might want to read - just 1 minute long. (Also on Medium.)
Documentary: The Game Changers
Eating meat seems so intuitive to us that we don’t think about any alternatives. You want to build muscle? Eat meat. You want to be a successful athlete? Eat meat. This myth is busted in a recently released Netflix documentary called “The Game Changers”, where John Wilkes, dissects the nutrition of the best performing athletes in the world. From Novak Djokovic to Chris Paul.
PayPal, Tesla, SpaceX, The Boring Company, NeuraLink, OpenAI,…these companies all have something in common - Elon Musk. As much as some people criticise him, I think he’s a genius. Even though most of the things he does seem unimaginable, impossible or very hard to do, he sets out to achieve them. This article proposes why he was able to achieve such success across a wide variety of fields and I loved it.
I don’t know if you can tell, but lately I’ve been fascinated by sleep. I picked up a book Why We Sleep, wrote a post about why coffee keeps us awake. It’s fascinating. And now I have this great article for you to read, packed with interesting examples of cases about sleep apnea and a little about its treatment.
I hope to add some more content on sleep on my blog in the future. You’ll find out soon enough, but for now, read the article above and go to sleep.

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