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Ego Development and Job Success Development is Awesome For Your Career Leaders with a higher developmental capacity (also known as action logic) are proven to perform better in unstable, complex environments with many stakeholders and constant upheavals—in short, the way our world is increasingly operating.[1] Higher development also correlates with…

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Patience and Happiness

Patience on the Path to Happiness Work Hard and Treat Yourself with Kindness  They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day, and that the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Cliché or not, these words are wise. They are also easy to forget. Yet they apply to your…

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How Can We Evolve Education? Using the Collective Intelligence to Overcome Systemic Challenges It is clear that the US education system is limited. Most schools systems have not been upgraded to match the globally connected, technologically savvy, smartphone and social media enabled information age, in their curriculums, mindsets, or systems….

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Thankfully the Social Media Generation Never Breaks Up My sister just sent me an NYMag article entitled “All My Exes Live in Texts: How the Social Media Generation Never Really Breaks Up.” [1] It’s a fun read, and there are certainly many things I relate to in the article. There are…

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How Increased Life Expectancy Could Lead all the way to Enlightenment The quest for immortality is as old as death, but scientists and futurists are saying that we are closer than ever. According to the World Health Organization, life expectancy grew 8 hours a day, every day, for the past…

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The idea that we don’t have enough space and resources on our planet for the growth of our population is not only unfounded, it produces unnecessary unhappiness. Replacing this myth with a more optimistic view is a more realistic view of the future, is more pragmatic, and can lead to…

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These days you can make a friend or a buck by sharing almost anything: your car, your house, and even your dirty laundry. I’m an active participant of the shared economy, and I think it’s great. Here’s a little info about the services I use and why I like them.

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What would the world be like if people had a tendency to witness experience, rather than label and judge it? What if politicians made decisions with deep empathy, tolerance, and compassion for beings at all stages of development and all manifestations of life? What if the people writing our textbooks operated…

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