What does identity have to do with resilience? We look at Mark Manson's Law of Avoidance and find out how it can change your approach to resilience.
"The study shows that people who have spent time assimilating one or more cultures are better able to generate creative ideas" - Bruna Martinuzzi
The pace of technological change is fast and phenomenal. But how afraid should we be that our identities are swallowed up and reshaped for profit and control?
My words of identity tell full and rich stories, all playing out against a backdrop of family, culture, tradition, rites, rituals, power, authority, and taken for granted beliefs and ideas
Anthropologists have long pointed out that our work is the bedrock of our identity. And now we're working in isolation
We wanted to start discussing all those topics we’d never dared to before. We wanted to avoid the trap of toxic masculinity – especially the belief that we should never ask for help
Are we born with certain abilities or can we acquire them through deliberate practice? Myles Downey has a theory about this nurture/nature question of genius. For him, the debate points directly to a tradition of powerful people seeking to retain their authority. A keen tennis player himself, he explains this with a metaphor from the world […]