A More Beautiful Question By Warren Berger

To ask a powerful question, we must: Step back. Notice what others miss. Challenge assumptions (including your own). Gain a deeper understanding of the situation or problem at hand, through contextual inquiry. Question the questions were asking. Take ownership of a particular question.  To question well, you must have the ability to say, ‘It doesn’t … Continue reading A More Beautiful Question By Warren Berger

The Art Of Living By Epictetus

Happiness and freedom begin with a clear understanding of one principle: Some things are within our control, and some things are not. Think of your life as if it were a banquet where you would behave graciously. When dishes are passed to you, extend your hand and help yourself to a moderate portion. If a … Continue reading The Art Of Living By Epictetus

Maybe You Should Talk To Someone By Lori Gottlieb

But part of getting to know yourself is to unknow yourself—to let go of the limiting stories you’ve told yourself about who you are so that you aren’t trapped by them, so you can live your life and not the story you’ve been telling yourself about your life. There is a simple realization from which … Continue reading Maybe You Should Talk To Someone By Lori Gottlieb