Don’t Become An Information Junkie: A Balance Between Learning And Taking Action

One of the biggest traps of any type of self improvement is becoming an “information junkie.” An “information junkie” is someone who spends a lot of time reading books, watching videos, and listening to podcasts about self improvement, but they … Continue reading

Destroy Your Ego Before It Destroys You (And How We Make Bad Situations Even Worse)

Confidence is a very valuable trait to have, but an unhealthy ego is often an unjustified sense of confidence that can end up destroying us. In the brand new book Ego Is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday shows how our egos … Continue reading

How to Be a Skeptical Thinker About Facts and Statistics You Find on the Internet

It’s commonly said that the “information age” could just as easily be the “misinformation age.” Now more than ever it’s important we become skeptical thinkers. While the internet allows us to have so much information readily available at our finger … Continue reading

How Asking Good Questions Can Make You Seem Like A Genius

Picture yourself in a classroom or at a meeting at work, and you want to impress your teacher or boss by showing them you are knowledgeable about a given topic or subject matter. Which do you think would make you … Continue reading

How to Build Your Own “Safe Space” and Never Grow as a Person

Today among colleges and students, there is an increasing demand for “safe spaces.” “Safe spaces” are essentially a place where anyone can be themselves without being judged or made to feel uncomfortable for it. It’s often associated with groups of … Continue reading