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Book Review: ‘Stronger – Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed’ by George Every Jr. Ph.D., Douglas Strouse Ph.D., and Dennis McCormack Ph.D.

Stronger Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed

Stronger - Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed is not just a collection of heroic stories from people who you wish you could be. Instead they want to help you become the best version of you possible and they laid a bunch of breadcrumbs song the way for you to follow. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Art and Ethics of Being a Good Colleague’ by Michael J. Kuhar, Ph. D.


With so many works about leadership and taking care of people, where do you look for more indepth answers? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life in Market Times’ by Arlie Russell Rochschild


How far are we are willing to go to hire others to live large parts of our lives for us? Read More »

We’re Idiots, Babe: Women, Bullying, Politics, and You

Tell me again, what does it mean... Read More »

Abortion: Why Pro Choice?

Abortion is a personal choice, not a legal debate. Read More »

DVD Review: Ethos: A Time For Change

Extremely powerful discussion of ethics in American politics. Read More »

Nancy Pelosi: Swamp Drainer

Nancy Pelosi, swamp drainer and inside trader, has been "very lucky" in her stock trades throughout her political career. Read More »

Ethics, Politics and Emotion

What is justice? The one question that’s coextensive with humanity’s lifespan, a question which shall forever be asked and forever remain relevant. Read More »

Interview with Phil Grabsky, Director of The Boy Mir: Ten Years in Afghanistan

The Minute You Pull Out a Camera, You're Intervening Read More »

Grandiose Expectations: Learning to Believe Within Our Limits

A rational approach to believing in and expecting things from politicians. Read More »