An unfortunate aspect of our discourse is the tendency toward simplistic explanations for complex problems. Unfortunately, most things in life are complicated.
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There is a classic struggle that plagues the leaders in a business. Working on the business versus working in the business.
My thoughts regarding Richard Bach’s wise quote: “Argue for your limitations and sure enough they’re yours.”
It is part of American culture to view the world through a short term lens. The US is a primary shaper of business practices, it is, therefore, natural that the business world has taken this as the natural right answer. What are my concerns? Let’s review them.
How much better would the world be if we found a way to forgive one another for, or ignore, small annoyances?
Laying our hopes and expectations on top of some of the greatest parts of life can sap the wonder from our experiences. How might we get the magic back?
The toughest part of meditating for the majority of prospective meditators is doing it. I discuss some helpful advice in this article.
It is fairly common knowledge that the media, activists and politicians exaggerate the differences in society, the threats present and the evil intentions of those on the different side of a debate. What should we do about it? I will lay out my approach.
I have noticed that there is an epidemic in the world today of people that do not feel understood. What could we do to make it better?