Weekly Content to Craft How You Live [Identity Design]
Nine months later, I’m reflecting on the letter I wrote to my firstborn child on his first day of school.
How to start an interaction by saying, “You.”
The 9 dark sides of productivity with a better alternative.
A Theory on Strengths & Weaknesses — It’s a Package Deal
A reflection on death to inform how we live in the present.
On Cultivating the garden: A Case for Stoicism and what its perspective on wisdom can teach us about how to use our daily life, become better humans, and build a better world.
One of the most common concerns that is rarely talked about & what it has to do with Psychological Asymmetry.
Van Gogh, Starry Night, & A Life of Resistance To Put Dents In the Machine
Live In Your Small World — You Won’t Be Happy That You Do
Knowing your attachment style and how to live healthily with it.
How direct communication can improve your relationships.
What it means to be a people pleaser and what we should do for a healthier life.
A Comprehensive Communication Principle For Anyone Who Leads, Speaks, Writes, or Has a Relationship With Another Human Being
Pessimism? Optimism? Apathy? Ignorance? Helpful? Disgruntled? Angry?
How do you approach the reality of the world you find yourself in and the potential conflicts those problems may pose?
How to understand & practice creativity — a guide.
My anecdotal observations on the benefits of fasting with some suggested practices to help you live better.
Somewhere in the multiverse, this will happen. So why not ours?
Questions to help inform how you prioritize your time & your life.
Owning the transitions that make up the story of your existence — be in tune with the ebb and flow.
The process versus the short term hacks and shortcuts.
The two words to help define how you engage “changing the world.”
The details to help you remember information more effectively.
A technical guide to what makes true community.
Stop Disagreeing - Do This Instead
Sabotaging Our Potential By Avoiding the Risk
Our relationships don't stay the same. This usually causes frustration...but it shouldn't
Why should we change in the first place? And where should it take us?
The One Requirement For Changing Your Perspective
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