The art of juggling

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Yes, this blog is not only about culture, books music and films; it’s about fun too!  Let me explain. At first I’ve just considered juggling a job of the street or circus performers until I saw a documentary, PBS Nova Science one “How smart can we get?” by David Pogue (see 28 min). There, I heard something relatively naive nevertheless for some strange reason intriguing at the same time: the best advice I can give you for today is to learn how to juggle. Maybe it was the neuroscience correlation that played a role. TEDx talks have a dedicated presentation about it.

Thus I took that as a personal challenge. Bought the balls, saw a tutorial YouTube video like this and started practicing. It took me a week of everyday training to reach my goal, 60 catches with 3 balls, although I finally made it! Of course there are all sorts of tricks you can do with even 3 balls, check out this! From then on I established this simple rule, whenever I my mind filled conflicted, fuzzy thoughts, I would juggle for a minute. If the effort was successful that meant that I was ready to make a decision, if not, I had to wait. It wasn’t the worst rule of thumb I have to admit.

Ι have attempted with more balls but I didn’t have the necessary patience. Maybe with some further motivation I’ll achieve it in the future. Last but not least, my suggestion to you, give it try it’s not that trivial.

Α.Δ.

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