Emma Barrett



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“Whereas experts spend more time diagnosing the situation and less time choosing a course of action, novices are inclined to focus on possible actions at the expense of situation assessment.”
Emma Barrett, Extreme: Why some people thrive at the limits

“Society tends to underestimate the harm caused by bad sleep and many of us subject ourselves to avoidable harm by routinely going to bed late, getting up early, and having low-quality sleep in between. Just as those in extreme environments cope better when they get good sleep, most of us would feel better if we slept better.”
Emma Barrett, Extreme: Why some people thrive at the limits

“Sweet are the uses of adversity. William Shakespeare,”
Emma Barrett, Extreme: Why some people thrive at the limits



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