In his book “Coming Apart,” Charles Murray draws on five decades of research to demonstrate how much has changed in America in a half century.
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Greater awareness of our mindset allows us to make permanent changes.
Tragedy befalls us all at some point in life, so asking “Why me?” is a self-centered perspective, which is not indicative of the bigger picture.
It’s basically cognitive behavior therapy, but less effort because some of the work is already done.
Open your mind to the importance of principle. It just may be what the world remembers you for.
There’s a downside to self-development: it can be very easy to start developing contempt for the people you’re passing.
By making it harder for former offenders to find work, licensing laws in some states actually contribute to our country’s skyrocketing recidivism rates.