The Burden of Truth In a time like now, where there is so much information and misinformation floating around the data sphere in relation to Covid-19 (on both sides), I think it’s important to remember our individual responsibility to separate emotion from logic and human failure from human evil....
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Managing our Cognitive Bias Social media is a wonderful tool for connection, and if used in a profoundly open way for discourse and communication, it brings us all together. Yet, it also represents a collective platform for the spread of cognitive bias. Under normal conditions, we navigate our cognitive...
You are not your thoughts. If you’ve been in the personal development world for any length of time, you’ve heard that before. It’s an eastern philosophy thinking paradigm. And it’s incredibly helpful and important right now. If you notice yourself thinking a thought, follow that up with Who noticed...
In this second post on Fulfillment, I’d like to consider what we are willing to pay to get it. Now fulfilment is not the same as happiness. Happiness is a state that is linked directly to external events. Something out there makes me happy. Fulfilment is an internal game....
They’re coming. And there is nothing you can do about it. Some of you are clapping, cheering in boisterous glory. Others are quickly dipping into the pantry to pull out the rolling pin. Not on my watch, you state loudly. And yet, sex-bots are coming. In fact, they’ve been...
Like it or not, your friends are likely failing you. They mean well, but if you’ve had them for a while, you’re failing each other. It was Napoleon Hill who said in Think and Grow Rich, that the sum total of your 5 closest friends will identify your level...
Hundreds of thousands of words have been written about success and failure and there are hundreds of thousands more to come. Bookshelves are teeming with volume after volume of sage advice on every area of life. So what could possibly be new in this field? The answer may shock...
I saw this meme recently that said, “To have a creative life we must give up the fear of being wrong”. Now, I agree with this. BUT… I think it goes much farther than a ‘creative life’. I know I have been crippled by inaction through a fear of...
One of the most pervading, under the surface mind viruses is that of self-sabotage. People all over the world, millions upon millions struggle with this every day. And it shows up in thousands of ways. Here’s some examples you may have personally experienced or seen in others: Promising to...
What could you do with an extra 730 hours a year? Think about your business, your charity, your health, your relationships. 730 hours is the equivalent of 18.24 work weeks. That’s the equivalent of 4.5 months extra attention on a goal that is important to you. What could you...
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