The point I'm trying to make in this article is that we should not blindly follow someone's advice - even if someone is an
I get emails all the time asking questions about how I started my own school, emails that I gladly answer, but usually end up going no further than an initial contact, for whatever reason. This weekend however, I had the pleasure of doing my first full on-site consultation, face to face, across state lines, which started out as an email.
-fin Perhaps no topic better illustrates the enormous gap between knowledge and ignorance, and its profound importance to
In all these ways and many more that fit just you, you benefit from learning that time with yourself is a pleasure you may have never known before or need renewing. Enjoy it and do it often. Every busy schedule can find minutes just for yourself once you've learned the benefits.
We have every reason to expect, and right to demand, that dietary guidelines for health be born of the best available science, be produced by the best experts, and be relevant for all the people.
I think that the Sanders campaign might represent a positive shift for the discussion of certain topics within the Democratic Party. However, for all the positive things his campaign represents, it also represents something deeply problematic: a fetishization of not knowing.
Some, like me, have been mostly inclined to express extreme disappointment in how the political process so thoroughly coopted
This commentary is not authoritative. It is not a counterweight. It is, at best, a paperweight. I am sorry to say its prominent placement on your editor's desk redounds to your discredit.
As cofounder and CEO of TayganPoint Consulting Group, a firm with $20 million in annual revenue, Joy Taylor is an excellent example. Case in point? She hit upon her first success at 29.
With my students in the MA in Bioethics & Society at King's College London we spend one lecture at the beginning of the year discussing who and what the bioethicist is.
I grew up with a habitual overclaimer. He wildly exaggerated his expertise, at times claiming knowledge of things he couldn't possibly know -- people, events, ideas that simply do not exist. We're all familiar with these people who feel the need to overestimate what they know about the world. What underlies such assertions of impossible knowledge?
Many of us don't set out to become entrepreneurs running companies and managing scores of people.