Quote of the day
The pleasure of doing the same thing, in the same way, every day, shouldn’t be overlooked. The things I do every day take on a certain beauty and provide a kind of invisible architecture to my life.
Like the pilot says, “sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight.”
Ever since I can remember, my grandma has kept a daily journal. Not a “Dear Diary,” emotion-filled journal — just a couple of lines jotting down what she did that day and whom she was with.
The secret to Dalio’s success? The ability to acknowledge and systematically learn from his mistakes.
A radical 1950s scientist suggested memories could survive outside the brain–and he may have been right.
An inability to live with life’s unknowns can lead to worry and distress.
Expert Dona Matthews presents ample research regarding how to help children flourish into happy and successful adults. Scott guides the interview across a wide array of vital domains including creativity, flow, standardized testing, growth mindsets and the many myths about intelligence.
Can a writer’s original inspiration survive success?
While content marketing is not a new phenomenon, it’s a fast moving target that is constantly evolving.
Though an author’s voice is not the same thing as a character’s voice, they are fundamentally interlinked.
Lately I’ve seen a lot of writers talking about the tools that they use to get their writing done. And I’m always interested, because it’s fun to get a peak into what other writers do.