Why It's So Hard Being An American Overseas
The IRS got the idea that millions of Americans at home and abroad were hiding their money in foreign bank accounts to avoid paying U.S. taxes
What's The Toughest Race in the World?
Because we're talking about human endeavors, toughness is measured in all the ways that people may find themselves suffering.
The Overwhelming Case for Optimism — Read on to Feel Better Immediately
Bellerjeau’s Law of Human Potential explains why humanity’s future has never looked better
What if Humanity Created God Rather Than the Opposite?
Rather than creativity being something special and rare, I now lean towards thinking it's much rarer for people to stifle their instinct to create
The World of Work and the Meaning of Life (by Alexander Brunner)
The meaning of life also encompasses the world of work but is not absorbed in it. Meaning in life is where you ask the big questions.
What I Learned Negotiating for a Living
I learned how to get what I wanted most of the time. More important than winning, I learned when not to win
The Best Lawyers Are More Plumbers Than Professors
The lawyers who go on to great service realize that learning more theory is not the hard part. The hard part is solving problems in the real world
Is There Pleasure and Profit in Walking to Places?
Is it because we're pressed for time that we don't want to get out of our cars? Or because we don't want to walk?
What Will You Make That Lasts? (Newsletter 073)
There's always someone saying the system doesn't work perfectly. And they're almost always right.
How to Find Your Way to the Other Side (by Kathryn Eriksen)
You will discover what you knew all along