From fearless quitting to redefined values, "Virtual Natives" are reinventing work culture.
The amygdala can hijack your brain's response if it recognizes past trauma in a current situation. To regain control, simply press pause.
Spend well, save well, live well.
Individuals and organizations can maintain a strong and enduring identity by repeatedly remaking themselves.
Quality down time is important for relationships. Here are three practical suggestions to create more of it.
The anxieties underpinning the Great Resignation were simmering for a long time. Here’s a solution.
Millennials — who were raised to expect unlimited success but found only disappointment — can be drawn to manifestation.
Be more like Goldilocks.
Anger and silence are the two worst reactions.
We can no longer approach the news as passive consumers.
Don’t argue with science. Just do it.
How we organize all our digital stuff — from work research to side hustles to family photos — is key to our productivity.
How the simple act of watching twilight can radically transform our perception of the world and our role within it.
Scott Dikkers discusses comedy, the creative process, and life lessons learned playing peekaboo.
When a whoopsie-daisy just won’t cut it.
The idea is to study the thing itself — be it a work of literature, death, family, a car, a vaccine, or the hospital — without preconceived notions, trendy easy answers, or dogma imposed on it.
If you want to write and speak well, use common words, not grandiose ones. Unless you're Shakespeare, you're more likely to annoy people.
We all spend way too much time worrying what other people think of us — it’s time to cut loose.
Better cognitive control over our decisions can stave off disappointment in our actions.
You'll be able to sleep through a war.
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.