Nowadays this blog is more of a personal scrapbook than anything else but long ago and far away I freelanced in the area of marketing, sales and technology. I thought I had a pretty good grip on how to use technology to ‘get focused and get found‘ most efficiently. No one ever did a better job of interviewing me on this topic than @ryanrhoten and the content still holds up well 5 years later. The interview and his writeup are posted here: Todd Lohenry – The Elevation Workflow
Understanding the mindset of resilience and RBG: 5 Lessons from a Legal Pioneer: RBG
Routines, even boring ones, actually bring you peace of mind: The Importance of Simple Routines and Solid Connections
It is important to feel good as often as possible, at least several times a day. Here’s how: Reduce Stress
What changed in U.S. politics? Why Has Polarization Skyrocketed?
Buddhist teacher Larry Ward’s new book invites us to heal from the ‘karma of racism’. What is the karma of racism? Read on: America’s Racial Karma
If you don’t know her story, start here…
This is the latest episode of one of my favorite podcasts:
“Judy, Lyn and Donna Ulrich were driving to a volleyball game when their Ford Pinto was hit from behind by a Chevy van. The Pinto caught fire, and the three teenagers were burned to death. This week on Hidden Brain, we talk to a former Ford insider who could have voted to recall the Pinto years before the Ulrich girls were killed — but didn’t. And we ask, is it possible to fairly evaluate our past actions when we know how things turned out? Source: The Halo Effect: Why It’s So Difficult To Understand The Past : Hidden Brain“
Unemployed in lockdown and relying on their partners for support, the problems go far beyond just wondering how to pay their bills: They Lost Their Jobs to COVID. Will Their Relationships Be Next?
The dangers of comparison: 12 Ways Social Media Affects Relationships, From Research & Experts
The logbook is written from the white perspective, and its horrors are plain to see: A Rare Day-by-Day Document of Life Aboard a Slave Ship
Here are some (what I think) are compelling ideas on privacy and your ‘online life’ from multiple perspectives. Dig in!
How will these perspectives inform you? What, if any online behaviors will you change? I’m thinking about it…
Like an annual physical, maybe it’s time to get a check-up on your relationship: 9 Questions to Assess the Health of Your Relationship
Now, what is the question: at what age are we most unhappy? A new study investigated when people experience particularly tough times: At What Age Are We Most Unhappy?
Myth-busters, infographics and risk communications resources for COVID-19: All visual tools, myth-busters, infographics and videos on COVID-19
Knowing if residential therapy is right for your teen and finding quality care: What Parents Can Learn From the Paris Hilton Documentary