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Self Destruction Is Generally Counterproductive (sebastianmarshall.com)
4 points by ph0rque on Sept 24, 2011 | hide | past | web | favorite | 2 comments



The title says it all, actually.

But.

Say, the case is that either you finish this project or you're fired. (Or you do the project or lose a client.) You're perfectly aware about your glucose addiction [1]. The choices are 1) to quickly eliminate sugar crash by eating sugar snacks or 2) to survive it, but suffer decreased productivity for some time. The consequences of choosing 2 might be the complete inability to afford good food (nuts are pricey) and general long-term stress caused by financial problems.

I'd be glad if someone would prove me I'm misguided by my sugar-dependent brain with the above example.

[1] Which may come from refined sugars according to http://www.ehow.com/how_2079526_avoid-refined-sugars.html, please correct in case I'm wrong.


Astonishing.




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