Nightmares May Be a Sign It’s Time to Change Something In Your Life

Dreams and nightmares have always been a fascinating yet perplexing subject to study in psychology. While the majority of our dreams may have no real underlying meaning or purpose behind them (what I sometimes call “brain vomit”) that doesn’t mean … Continue reading

How “Roleplaying the Future” Can Help You Build Stronger and Faster Bonds With People

How do you build a deep connection with someone, even in the scope of just one conversation? One interesting and unique way to do this is to use the power of “roleplaying the future.” This is a really fun and … Continue reading

Taoism and Changing Our Relationship With Nature (Monk Yunrou)

Taoist Monk Yunrou is an ordained monk, Tai Chi practitioner, environmentalist, writer, and documentarian. In this chat, we discuss how he became interested in Taoism and how it changes our views of nature compared to typical Western attitudes where we … Continue reading

The Difficult But Rewarding Task of Parenting (Brian Vondruska)

Brian Vondruska is a dad, author, and founder of The Kind of Parent You Are. In this chat, we discuss the difficult but rewarding task of being a parent, the downfalls of different approaches like helicopter parenting and tiger parenting, … Continue reading

Your Mindset About Your Health Can Make a Big Physical Difference

Our mind and body are tightly interconnected. Often times we can’t talk about our “physical health” without also talking about our “mental health,” and vice versa. One of the biggest pieces of evidence for the mind-body connection is the placebo … Continue reading