Learning to See Work Differently

Learning to See Work Differently

Over the course of a lifetime, the average person will spend 13 years and 2 months at work. That’s more time than socializing with other people (1 year, 3 days), more time than eating (4.5 years), and more time than Netflix (about 8 years). For all this time spent,...
The Best Days Lie Ahead

The Best Days Lie Ahead

Although our brain allows us a free replay button, there is no pause button and no fast-forward. Still, there is excitement in the both the continuity and the uncertainty. Sometimes when I watch particularly good shows or movies on Netflix, I pause mid-stream at...
The People We Leave Behind

The People We Leave Behind

  I was six years old when I learned to forget important people. It started with Michael, who exists now only as a memory that I struggle now to hold on to. Michael was my best friend for my first two years of school. I remember vaguely learning to read alongside him,...
The Key to Power is Giving it Away

The Key to Power is Giving it Away

It seems almost counter-productive to say that if you want to expand your power in any given situation, you need to give it away. But this doesn’t change that it is true. The reason this works is pretty simple once you get into the details. In order to gain power, you...
10 Reasons You Can’t Find a Job

10 Reasons You Can’t Find a Job

I believe that it was the Chinese philosopher Confucius who said “if you have a career that you love, then in fact you will never have to work a single day in your whole life!” But on the flip side, if you can’t do what you love, you should at least be doing...