“Americans don’t understand how insanely expensive it is to live in the U.S.,” Bobby said on my podcast. He sold everything he owned and left the country in 2009. Right after the market crashed. Now he works all over the world.
Cheryl Strayed wrote for years before having a bestselling book. She knew the important thing was writing every day.
Kids are basically gonna destroy us. We’re the ones who are going to end up in diapers. They started off there, we end up there. Unless… We play, too.
The actress opens up about her role as Sarah Lane on Hulu’s hit TV show, The Path.
Everyone knows what you should do in a job interview. Dress professionally, show up ahead of schedule, talk about how interested you are in their corporate sustainability initiatives. Those go without saying. But what about the things you should not do?
The lie we all believe is that you have to stick with it. You can’t quit. You are what you are. But that’s not true.
Death is the easy part. The hard part is living and knowing you could be so much more than you are willing to be.
Part two of an exclusive interview with leading forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner on what makes a mass murderer – and what can be done to prevent those at risk of becoming killers from realizing their homicidal fantasies.
Self-respect isn’t easy when you require good and services that don’t come in a trash can, but making more of what the world doesn’t need and telling yourself you’re special is a toxic loop that needs to be cinched.
Part one of an exclusive interview with leading forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner on what makes a mass murderer – and what can be done to prevent those at risk of becoming killers from realizing their homicidal fantasies.