I recently spent some time in a doctor’s office (nothing serious, thankfully). As you know, this is rarely an expedited affair so I had plenty of time
It’s once again the Thanksgiving season—time for food, family, and another attempt to justify why your leadership practices must include a healthy dose of gratitude.
I don’t know about you, but I am feeling generally bummed out. I can attribute it to my overreliance on following the news, but I’ve cut way back these
After an Op-Ed in the New York Times, there’s been an ongoing political debate about the courage of an anonymous mutineer. On both the left and right
Does Your Confidence Override Your Knowledge? Learn How To Avoid Belief Superiority With One Easy Solution
Over the last few years, its become more and more difficult to avoid political conversations. I try, but then I hear a wanna-be cable news commentator
Have you ever noticed that every gang of pals on a television show hangs out in the same place? Friends drank coffee at Central Perk. M.
Is Your Ability to Influence Others Less Effective Because You Rely on Logic? The Battle Between Moral Intuition and Effective Altruism
In my continuing effort to comprehend our society, I am trying to understand how a national leader can say terrible things without any repercussions.
Today, I have an easy tip that, unfortunately, we are learning from the misfortunes of others. Famed director James Gunn was recently removed as the director
Have you been watching the Netflix series, The Crown? This biographically-based, historically-accurate program depicts Queen Elizabeth II and England’s
Every time I read an interview with Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, I walk away with a renewed drive to be a better person. His story, his determination, and