Validation. Comfort. Hope. And a toolkit ... to move on. Gracefully. Definitively.
1955: Emmett Till, lynched at 14. 1989: The Central Park Five unleashed reportage echoing the Jim Crow era. Three common threads: white female victim, accused back male youth, actual innocence. Ken Burns schools us.
One, and only one, factor rules supreme in terms of ultimate success. Hard work, perseverance, faith, innovation? Mere byproducts.
Hard work? Perseverance? Ability? Talent? Each a mere byproduct of the true key to success → belief, i.e. mindset.
"Unfiltered Grade A truth bombs" per living, and working, in America. In turns hysterical and profound, I watched a few times to catch all the sly references.
From the Big Bang to the Internet and Sheldon's Big Bang Theory, stunning illustrations whiz us through an 18-minute history of the world.
Like ebb and flow, two steps forward may prompt a five steps backward push. No pie-in-the-sky rebuttal quotes here. Rather, a list of empowering reminders.
Measurable changes transpire in your brain and body when stress invades your space. Cognitive scientists use this data to fashion psychological tools to tame the predictable.
The Bible. Chapter One. A prolonged explicit homage to the innate power of a thought, verbalized. All in a determined effort to teach: we create reality.
Each week presents 168 hours. Respecting time for three life essentials reduces the number to 91 hours. How to resolve the time vs goals friction?
The priceless skill of minding your own business nourishes creativity. By definition, that MYOB vibe precludes speech peppered with 3rd-party pronouns.
This TedTalk showcases gifted author Casey Gerald. As a maestro of word manipulation, he paints a picture steeped in wisdom. Learn.
Life events, sitting like a cement bubble atop your head / heart, distract and de-energize. One mechanism proves a BFF: latching onto your day's intention word. This list of 500-plus intention words will rescue you when your well runs dry.