“Try to realize it's all within yourself, no one else can make you change, and to see you're only very small and life flows on with you and without you.”
-George Harrison
//Throwback Thurz. 

More than 100 CEOs pressure Congress to pass immigration bill by Jan. 19  The chief executives of more than 100 major companies and trade organizations are sending a letter to congressional leadership Wednesday urging them to pass legislation by the end of next week protecting the status of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children. - CNBC

U.S. Becomes a Net Gas Exporter for the First Time in 60 Years  America’s trade imbalance just got a wee bit smaller. The U.S. has now become a net exporter of natural gas on an annual basis for the first time since at least 1957. Net exports averaged about 0.4 billion cubic feet per day last year, flipping from net inflows of 1.8 billion in 2016. - Bloomberg

Ford accused of cheating emissions tests  Ford is being sued for allegedly rigging at least 500,000 diesel pickup trucks to beat emissions tests, according to Bloomberg. Drivers claim that the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty models emit nitrogen oxide pollutants at 50 times the legal limit — despite Ford marketing the trucks as “the cleanest super diesel ever.” - Axios

Intel shows off 'flying car' at CES  Calling it "essentially a flying car", Intel capped its keynote address at this year's CES by letting an 18-rotor air taxi fly across the stage. That marks the first time the Volocopter VC200, which can cover a distance of 27 kilometers and charges in less than 40 minutes, flew in North America. - The Verge

Boeing unveils new unmanned electric cargo air vehicle prototype  Boeing on Wednesday unveiled a prototype for an unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing cargo air vehicle (CAV) that the planemaker said will be used to test it’s autonomous technology. - Reuters

The world’s first major city to run out of water may have just over three months left  It’s the height of summer in Cape Town, and the southwesternmost region of South Africa is gripped by a catastrophic water shortage. Unless the city adopts widespread rationing, the government says, the taps “will be turned off” on April 22, 2018, because there will be no more water to deliver. - Quartz

A month in, Tesla's SA battery is surpassing expectations  It’s just over one month since the Hornsdale power reserve was officially opened in South Australia, the battery’s rapid response time in smoothing out several major energy outages is exceeding expectations. - The Conversation

Nestle to pick US chocolate business buyer by end of week: Report  Food giant Nestle plans to pick a buyer for its U.S. chocolate business by the end of this week, in a deal expected to top $2.5 billion. Italy's Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, is seen as a front-runner. - CNBC
 11 Ideas That Will Rewire Your Brain
Here's the cold, hard truth: our readers click on personal growth (self improvement, whatever you want to call it) articles more than any other genre of written word. It's both great to know that people want to improve their lives, and not so great, as there is a lot of BS advice out there from people who have much more experience in doling said advice, then actually.... experiencing life. So when we post these articles, we feel we have a real responsibility, coupled with an authentic yearning to only promote to our readers what we feel truly lines up with the realities and hardships of life, while avoiding the sugar-coated guru advice that has no basis in reality. 11 is also too many things to focus on. So grab the one idea that's well aligned to your reality and try to apply it to your life.  As a piece of advice from your friends at NL: read full articles in order to download everything into your subconscious, while consciously focusing on 1 or 2 key tips or points. Anything more than that, and you'll be spreading yourself too thin. That's just our opinion though, man. 
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