We need optimism, but not just optimism in feeling. We need optimism in action.
Let’s talk about truth, opinions, bias, mistakes, theories, conspiracies, fake news, and satire. Recently, an individual who had unrestricted access …
This year, many of the problems in our world have been magnified so much more, both in awareness and in effect. If you’re like me, you feel helpless.
The source matters. Other things the source produces matters. They influence the credibility of that source. In the current Coronavirus …
There’s a growing trend to scour each other’s past to pull from the shadows an old statement or action that was offensive, that runs contradictory to who that person claims to be now. For high profile individuals, this often means public shaming and a loss of their career over something they said a decade ago.
These past few days, our family has taken evening strolls around our new neighborhood. As we approach people on the sidewalk, most are wearing masks (even the runners) and will step into the street to distance themselves as we pass. We give each other a quick nod, and though our mouths are covered, we can see the smile in each other’s eyes. Then we go on our way.
The Coronavirus quarantine removes all the excuses we used to have, even for people who are busier now. Many talk …
I know that January 1st isn’t magical, but it’s still effective in spurring people into action. Perhaps the secret to achieving goals, creating habits, catalyzing change, and improving oneself is in making the mundane magical.
Even though the new year is an arbitrary and meaningless date on the calendar, and even though the year 2020 is nothing more than coincidental numbers – you can still inject enough meaning into it to make it useful for creating the changes you want.