We’d all like to think that we treat people equally, even though it’s obvious we don’t. But there are some surprising ways in which we separate ourselves from those much bigger than us.
At some point in your life, you’ll be dealing with someone a lot more powerful than you are. Most of the time these people will likely have a neutral impact, or even help you in your life and career. But sometimes — just sometimes — they can have bad intentions. Here are some tips forContinue reading “Strategies for David, Versus Goliath”
There have been some fantastic breakthroughs in the research of imagination over the past thirty or so years. In this post, I want to go over some of these breakthroughs, as well as a subject that in particular has induced my interest.
There’s something about the internet that’s changed our relationships with others. In particular, it’s changed our relationship with the “celebrity”; an individual who is omnipresent, whom we feel we can relate to. But how has this relationship changed, and why?
A young, college-aged boy is strumming along on a guitar on the corner of an urban street, a seemingly frustrated look appearing on his face. An older man sits down next to him. He keeps quiet for a bit but then begins to speak.