What I Learned From Judging ... And Being Judged (Newsletter 044)
If you want to be happy in life, there is only one comparison you should ever make.
To the Citizens of the 2100s (from the 2020s)
You know the history, but do you know what we were thinking when the world lost its collective mind at the end of the 2020s? As someone who lived through it, I want to tell you.
Boring is Good (by Hualong Yang)
Boringness means something repetitive, stable, and subject to a cycle. Humans tend to chase change and downplay the unchanging.
How to Learn by Listening (by Amy Tibbetts Dutton)
To learn anything, we must listen to others – really listen and hear them. And then believe them.
The Student Becomes the Teacher (by Richard Freedberg)
I have learned more from my students than they have ever learned from me.