Telegram Founder, Pavel Durov recently shared a 3 + 7 list of Undervalued and Overvalued things. He shared this as he celebrated his 37th birthday.
I’m a big fan of Pavel Durov, the Telegram founder and the platform itself Telegram, which I used a great deal in my communication. I love Telegram because it has given us another viable platform for communication. Since it was founded years ago, Telegram has grown from strength to strength and the platform is packed with features especially for groups and one can even run podcasts there. Anyway Here are the 3 plus 7 tips that Pawel shared on his channel. I hope you enjoy them.
Here is the post in full.
As I am turning 37, I put together a list of 3 undervalued and 7 overvalued things in life.
1. Sleep. Sleep gives a boost to immunity, creativity and psychological well-being.
2. Nature. Nature is the environment that we are biologically designed to feel good in.
3. Solitude. Being alone offers the freedom to make spiritual and intellectual breakthroughs.
1. Big cities. Big cities are sources of pollution, crime and noise. It’s good to have access to their resources, but advisable to live outside their borders.
2. Restaurants. Restaurants offer the slowest and least efficient way to eat. Cooking at home allows for healthier diets and more control over ingredients.
3. Hot weather. Sunny weather can bring about not only a lax attitude, but also a risk of cancer and faster aging. Colder temperatures, on the contrary, clarify spirit, body and mind.
4. Fashion. The endless quest to conform with ever-changing trends is expensive and unnecessary. Focusing on comfortable clothes makes life simpler and frees space for things that matter.
5. Real estate. Buying real estate often limits one’s choices and is a questionable investment. Renting gives more freedom to move and explore different locations.
6. Social media. The incessant flow of junk cluttering our minds from social media decreases our happiness and creativity. Disconnecting from these internet services is the best thing we can do on any given day.
7. Celebrity advice. Famous people often give unwarranted advice outside their fields of expertise. For all important things in life, it’s best to rely on hard science and expert opinion.
The Source used for this post was Pavel Durov’s Channel on Telegram. You can find the channel on Telegram at t.me/PavelDurovs
A good friend of mine disputed Tip number 3 via a comment posted on my Facebook page. This is what AK had to say about this: ” The sun does not cause cancer. What we put into our bodies causes a reaction on the skin and the sun exposes it.” When I read about this, I could not help thinking about peope who live in the desert where it is very hot in summer and maybe generally warm throughout the year. Do these people have a higher incidence of cancer or exhibit faster ageing? I don’t know. Does Tip 3 fall out of line with Tip number 7. I don’t know. All the same I felt these were generally good tips.