The paradox of life is that people seem to deliberate more carefully over little choices than the big ones. Before buying a car, they read all the ratings, check out resale values on the internet…

Of all the areas in our lives, none shape our behavior, health, and happiness as much as our environment. We are byproducts of our environment. We can’t always control the circumstances or outcomes of our…

An interview with Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower, where they talk about the fundamentals of radical alignment, reducing interpersonal friction and interacting with those around you.

You can live your life by trying to increase every metric. Or you can seek to make it meaningful. The choice you make will have a profound impact on your hapinness.

By doing less, we get more of the most important things done. We elimiate the trivial many so we can focus on the vital few things that add meaning and purpose to our lives.

Religious scholars, philosophers, psychologists, and humans have been searching for answers to their questions for thousands of years. They’ve searched churches and bars, books, and seminars. They’ve asked Google, Siri, Alexa, and God. There’s one…

There’s a lot that goes into making a living from your ideas than having the idea. You have be persistent, test viability and much more.

Throughout my childhood, I dreaded going to the temple on Sunday. Every experience I had with religion was a time-consuming obligation to my parents that felt more like superstition than faith. While talking to one…

The most effective book notes are practical and actionable. By learning to take better notes you’ll be more likely to remember and take action on what you read.

A decision you make today could affect your life tomorrow, a week from now, or 10 years now. Destiny is the ripple effect of every decision you make over a lifetime.These 5 decisions will have a disproportionate impact on your life and are often the most challenging ones you’ll make.