Matt Ferkany | Psyche
'Appealing to someone’s pre-existing beliefs can be manipulative if it involves bending the truth'
You’ve heard enough and feel an urge to challenge them. What should you do? What moves might you make? (7 minute read)
Seth Godin | Seth's Blog
'Early luck has a massive impact. Where you’re born, the caste society puts you in, whether or not you were appropriately precocious in various early ranking systems–these all get compounded'
We have a chance to not confuse early luck with skill, and take the steps to build enough resilience into our journey that we’re more likely to get where we’re going. (2 minute read)
Ivaylo Durmonski | Durmonski
'But the reality is always this: If it’s easy to do, it’s not worth doing. If it’s hard to do, it’s surely worth doing'
Self-regulation is the ability to pause between feeling and action so you can react to a situation in a healthier way. (12 minute read)
Lauren Vinopal | MEL Magazine
'Instead of our brains shutting down in response to something that’s too overwhelming to process, we’re doing something that’s so habitual and low stress that our brain takes a break'
The default network of our brain can make us do some pretty stupid stuff, but it’s all for the greater good. (3 minute read)
Lonnie Hood | The Byte
'There's something to be said about a person who gets a comparatively small lump sum and disappears forever, and how much faith the man must have that he could ever be better off'
While Chile is the fastest-growing Latin American country, it also has a ton of income inequality. (2 minute read)
📺 Video: Meet The Microbes That Could Eat Your Trash | Ted-Ed | 6 Min
🎙Podcast: How to Design Your Perfect Life: Peter Crone | Feel Better, Live More | 19 Min
What if the only thing separating you from living your perfect life is the dialogue that exists within your subconscious mind?
🤔 Something to think about: 'Humility, generosity, and honor are underrated virtues. The most principled person is the best poised to serve' - Adam Grant