The existential philosopher argued that an authentic and meaningful life is measured by choice.
Thomas Edison was on to something...
The replication crisis has debunked many of psychology’s fair-haired hypotheses, but for the marshmallow test, things have only become more interesting.
Take a hint from Einstein and Mozart — unplug and make peace with some degree of failure.
Intelligence is not fixed but fluid. A growth mindset allows our brains to flourish while lowering our stress levels.
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve."
Though Sun Tzu’s "The Art of War" is a classic military treatise, its advice applies to all manner of conflict.
There are three barriers we need to overcome to have better, more productive arguments.
When it comes to spotting a lie, less is more.
Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
No fate but what we make.
Considering the perspectives of others has important benefits for individuals and for society. There is one easy way to do it.
If you’re trying to break a bad habit or start a good one, psychologists have some tips.
Arguments don’t have to be about winning or losing; they can help us build trust despite disagreeing.
High-conflict people are found in all walks of life. Learning how to identify them, and what to do next, can save you much emotional turmoil.
Like toddlers, adults can also get "overtired."
Financial illiteracy can become a significant problem. But it’s a problem with a clear solution.
When it comes to handling our emotions, we can’t afford to be none the WISER.
As improving biotech offers us longevity, we can prepare to live much better as we age.
Success is about give and take — with a little more give.
To do more, it sometimes pays to do nothing at all.
Get the most out of your coffee.
Forgetfulness isn't always a "glitch" in our memories; it can be a tool to help us make sense of the present and plan for the future.
"It is more human to laugh at life than to lament it."
It's simpler, more compact, and reusable from year-to-year in a way that no other calendar is. Here's both how it works and how to use it.
The best-laid plans of mice and everyone else.
And it's much, much less expensive.
Find it easier to sort out your friends' problems than your own? This paradox is for you.
You don’t have to “feel the burn” to see improvements to your health and well-being.
When boredom creeps in, many of us turn to social media. But that may be preventing us from reaching a transformative level of boredom.