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We all want to believe we can drive responsibly and monitor distractions. But our attention is limited by nature, and we are often very subtly distracted from noticing things right in front of us. Depending on what you're doing while you're driving, you could literally miss seeing a giraffe grazing on the roadside. Because of distractions, many people have failed to see a gorilla beating its chest right in front of them, and this is no joke. We really are not good multi-taskers when our attention is spread over tasks that require dedicated attention.
The world is a very stressful place. You cannot get away from stress. You have to figure out how to deal with life's stresses. There are simple ways to deal with stress. Changes in your diet are easy ways to lower stress levels in your daily life.
The May 2007 HBR begins with a short article from "Forethought": "Viral Marketing for the Real World", by Duncan J. Watts and Jonah Peretti. Then, Kevin P. Coyne and Edward J. Coyne, Sr., explain everything you need to know to survive your new CEO. Next, in "Inner Work Life", Teresa M. Amabile and Steven J. Kramer present new research about what really motivates us at work. "Picking Winners" is an interview with Daniel J. Socolow, the Program Director of the MacArthur Fellows Program.