Tired of seeing the same, depressing crap on Facebook, but don't wanna take the dramatic step of doing a social media detox? Time to use the Facebook Purge!
Scores of men are opting out of participating in society. Philip Zimbardo discussed the ramifications of this crisis of masculinity in a 2015 Ted Talk and in this blog post I briefly discuss his insights.
In order to become a good writer, you need to be a good reader. Part 1 of the writing guide focuses on the preparation necessary before you dive into the actual writing.
Big announcement! I'll be making a multi-part guide on how to improve your creative writing skills over the next few weeks/months. Stay tuned!
Self-improvement is great... but not all the time. Let’s see what the Thinkers of The Internet have to say about the evil sides of this "mainstream" obsession.
Although I recently discussed the dangers of fake news, Alex Kouts, a person much smarter than me, gave a brilliantly holistic analysis of how we consume all types of news in his interview with the The Art of Charm!
Wanna start journaling but clueless on how, where, and when to start? Today I share a link to a fantastic webinar to help you get started!
Anger is a potentially dangerous, but often very useful emotion to harness. I talk about my unusual personal experiences with it, starting from my childhood.
Fake news has caused fundamental damage to the faith we have in the news we consume every day. With help from Daniel Kahneman's bestselling book "Thinking, Fast and Slow", I take a look at the possible psychological explanation of this phenomenon.