How to make boredom work for you, with Martin Lindstrom | The Coconuts Podcast | January 15, 2021

Photo: Martin Lindstrom
Photo: Martin Lindstrom

This week, we learn some tips on how to do life in lockdown a little better from Martin Lindstrom, Danish neuroscience brand consumer expert and New York Times best-selling author of The Ministry of Common Sense: How to Eliminate Bureaucratic Red Tape, Bad Excuses, and Corporate BS.

Other stories include: 

Stop what you’re doing and enjoy winter-mode Bangkok – it won’t last | Indonesia extends border closure to all foreign visitors until Jan. 28 | Foreigners defy authorities in Bali, refuse to leave restaurant despite curfew | Hong Kong Trump fans change Twitter icons to support outgoing US president | Malaysia declares MCO 2.0 on several areas including Kuala Lumpur, Penang | Yuck! 600 sacks of trash collected from Balingasa Creek in Quezon City | Dog Fight: Furious pom owner goes to war over ‘botak’ makeover | COVID-19 found in 99 Rohingya arrested for traveling to Yangon: police

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