We miss out on the finest opportunities of our lives because of an underlying terror of a very short word.
Do comedians get a pass on wretched words—even rich, liberal comedians who aren’t racist?
On this episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, author Andrea Waltz helps us reframe the “no’s” in business, and in fact, GO for No.
Insist on being yourself—you’ll be glad you did.
Jordan Gray says that the practice of loving ourselves is a lot simpler than we’ve been led to believe it is.
Whether you’re not single or just not feeling it, there are valid reasons to pass on a date. Here’s how to handle someone you’re not interested in dating.
Steve Spring shows how finding the courage to draw boundaries opens the path to a rich life of possibilities.___I have failed in so many areas of my life over the last few years that I can’t even begin to count them all. For me it’s a little bit of everything. Never really completing tasks, and…
It May be Scary at First, But When You Say No – The Force Will be With You.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Chile’s new film.
B.K. Mullen reflects on the first time he ever had to tell his young daughter “no” and why parents need to learn when and how to use the word “no” with their children.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Nick Jurczak reflects on the various lessons that his parents taught him that you’ll never learn in college.
What happens when you’re raped by a friend when you’re 15? Do you do the same?
A summary of news items from our webcast It’s Komplicated on the Geekweek Network.