In this episode we learn from Lyn Lesch, About the Intelligence In The Digital Age.
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Lyn Lesch is the author of "Intelligence in the Digital Age: How the Search for Something Larger May Be Imperiled”. His book examines how our use of digital technologies may be affecting our mental capacities and emotional lives in ways that will make it increasingly difficult for people to explore the possibility of a larger, more expansive consciousness.
In this episode, we cover:
3:57 - Virtual learning
6:01 - Sir Ken Robinson
6:36 - Are schools killing our creativity
10:44 - Yuval Noah Harari
12:48 - Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
13:32 - Being able to follow your thoughts
15:17 - How to not get addicted to social media
19:28 - Writing your first book
20:15 - Less is more
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Book: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Album: Highway 61 by Bob Dylan
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