Thomas Fiffer explores hard—and soft—choices.
What does it mean to truly listen? Maria Borghoff shares advice on how to pull yourself away from yourself to find peace and solve problems.
Male police officers have the same lack of self-awareness for which most men in our culture have been conditioned.
Emotional intelligence is the key to high levels of success of and happiness. Learn about it from the expert—Dr. Travis Bradberry.
Men don’t have to run from relationships anymore if they invest in more intimate connections.
Face it. No one is perfect. There may even be some shared blame, but you CAN move past it.
We are tired of bosses and managers who are fake, plastic, disingenuous, and only believe in protecting their own self-interest.
With people walking the Earth claiming to be the “greatest” at everything, it is easy to lose sight of your personal potential for greatness.
Decrease your stress, level your moods, strengthen your relationships and boost your immune system.
Louise Thayer writes about love, heartbreak, and finding the self again.
How do you paint yourself?
Confirmation bias nudges us to avoid people with opposing views, but engaging with them can make us more compassionate.
Men need discipline to do their best work and rest to reboot the body, mind and spirit.
Emotional Intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry lays out the huge benefits of solitude.
Dr. King said everyone can be great, because everyone can serve. But he also set requirements for that service which are often overlooked.
What does your inner critic say to you? Does it whisper sarcastic compliments or does it scream insults? As a writer, I have both fans and critics. It’s expected and accepted. What many writers deal with, however, is something a bit different. It’s an internal critic who is often ruthless and harsh. Imagine if all of…