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You won’t walk away from this book with the clear path to find the one—that’s still as elusive as ever—but there are plenty of small takeaways for how to make yourself statistically more attractive to suitors. Photos taken with a flash make most users look older than they are., written by one of the Pixar co-founders, Ed Catmull, is a thoughtful, honest, and insightful account of how Pixar came to dominate the animation world.
Catmull recalls Pixar’s history from the early days of creating new technology and managing his first team in 1974 to the sale of Pixar to Disney in 2006. Could you stare down your treat knowing you’d get double the reward later? That’s precisely the study that psychologist Walter Mischel gave to a group of children.
The result is this refreshingly informed look at physical wellbeing.
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Celebrity-backed health and fitness books have a bad rep for being full of pseudo-science and fluff about getting red-carpet ready.
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