What Do You Know About Food? (by Pauline Jacob)
We’ve quickly grown accustomed to a food landscape that favors our short-term productivity over long-term societal health
Immortality is a Foolish Wish
A few reflections on why living forever should be no one's desire
How I Made It to the Top 3 Google Search Results
My experiment in writing a so-called Evergreen article that stood out from the crowd. The method is simple to describe
It Took Me 20 Years To Join This Ultra-Exclusive Club
The Six Star Finishers Club, that is, of persons who have completed all six of the Abbot World Marathon Majors
Can Doing Less Help You Shine Like a Superstar?
Just practicing more doesn’t help if you aren’t learning valuable lessons
Effective Altruism Begins Close to Home
There's a way to significantly contribute to the human condition while helping yourself in the bargain
I'm Going to Share my Secret to Success
This simple concept explains why the world is divided into an elite one percent, a highly effective 10 percent, and everyone else.
How to Measure Your Impact on the World (Newsletter 072)
Introducing the Purpose-Influence-Power Model
The Downside to Academic Life in the United States
I can either go along and not make waves, or I can be an interesting and honest teacher who challenges students to think and learn. I'm not at all sure I can do both.
Slouching Towards Catastrophe (Newsletter 069)
Without deprivation, plenty goes unremarked. Without hardship and suffering, ease is little regarded.