I was listening to Tim Ferris’s interview with Michio Kaku and though I haven’t finished it yet, a few things stood out. It was interesting to note the amount of support that Kaku had as a kid for his interest … Continue reading Michio Kaku’s Early Academic Success
Time is going to pass regardless. So much to learn. So many ways to go wrong, yet many opportunities to go right. Build it as we fly I’ve heard and fail forward.Better to try than not…most of the time. Find … Continue reading Pass the Time Doing That Thing You’ve Been Thinking About
I came across this video by The Economist titled “Why it’s harder to earn more than your parents | The Economist.” There were several interesting points, but one I thought was particularly interesting was a study on improving life outcomes … Continue reading Improving Life Outcomes for Low-Income Students
I don’t remember what I was watching or listening to that prompted me to think about this concept recently, but whatever it was, it hit something. I think it’s easy to conceptualize a darkside of masculinity. It seems traditionally, at … Continue reading What is the Darkside of Femininity?
Quick food for thought. This might be a bit jumbled, but stay with me. At some point, we have realized that we are flawed, as individuals. We probably have set out to become better versions of ourselves and get rid … Continue reading On the Road to Becoming a Different Me?
One major aspect of the nice guy syndrome is avoiding conflict. The perception is that people especially men are more conflict-avoidant and “nice guys” than in the past few decades. Assuming this is true, I’m wondering how did we get … Continue reading Do “no fighting” rules in schools make kids conflict avoidant?
Licensing your ideas is a practice championed by Stephen Key. He’s done it. He has a course or something like that teaching other people to do it as well. The idea appealed to me, but the issue is that it’s … Continue reading 10 Ideas a Day Posts
I had a conversation recently with someone about being agreeable and disagreeableness, which led me to think about the nice guy syndrome and the problems associated with it. I don’t know any statistics on this, but it seems like there’s … Continue reading We Need a Training Program for Nice Guys
I just have a quick thought. Why don’t people decorate the inside of their cars like they do their homes? People do hang up fuzzy dice or put little bobbleheads in their car, stuff like that. Why not artwork, though? … Continue reading Why not decorate the inside of your car?