Sometimes I come across things that I think are Super Interesting, but they don’t necessarily fit in with productivity, technology, or business development.
Here are things I found super interesting this week:
Researchers analyzed ongoing national survey data on 3,000 young Americans. The questions covered student loans and credit card debt, as well as some designed to measure the respondents’ self-esteem and sense of control over their lives
It looks like young people , in their early to mid-20s, like debt. All that debt actually seems to boost their self-esteem—possibly because they consider that debt an investment in their future. So says a study in the journal Social Science Research.
On a survey, what regrets do we have the most?
America’s most common – focused on lost chances for potential romances, and relationships that did not live up to their potential.
Looks like eHarmony and Match.com are good business models.
Planning for retirement? Trying to figure out the amount you need?
I found this article super interesting.
Affiliate marketing is a way many internet marketers make their money online. I do.
I even have people that are affiliates of my programs and products, so I found this super interesting that because of some new tax laws in Connecticut affiliate marketing is basically dead.
What is Super Interesting to you?
Did you find anything super interesting this week?
Share with me in a comment below.