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"I most likely looked into the validity of the studies more than you have."
How do you know how many things I did or did not read about this?
(I already have forgotten almost everything that these studies say, but I read them.)
"You just sent me a Wikipedia link that has 70% horrible sources and expect me to..." ...respond respectfully.
I don't care what a study can say. I have experienced learning esperanto and I know that is way easier than english and can be learned in less time.
You asked for info. I gave you info.
I find your comment unfairly aggressive.
A genuine team sport.
Tchoukball demands real teamwork. Good observation, constant attention by all participants, anticipation and intelligence of all facets of the game are required, as is good athletic ability.
"There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.
There is another theory which states that this has already happened."
There are lots of good games!
Some videogames are educative (even unintentionally), others are just fun (Fun is good!), many are art masterpieces.
The problem is excess.
If you can, read both! They could be complementary:
GTD is a method to prioritize your projects. "The 7 habits" is about how to be "ready for anything", including how to prioritize but with a different method. Find the one that best fits you AND then stick with it.
"If the other book was as good I would have heard about it by now." That's a fallacy! (Argumentum ad populum)