A highly educated person tends to have much more invested (literally) into their identity when it comes to facts, evidence, information gathering skills. Continue reading Educated, right, and superior
Humans are complicated combination locks, demanding others to understand us while we fail to understand ourselves. Continue reading We are all leaders
How seemingly harmless statements change the world Continue reading The pandemic of casual rhetoric
We don’t seem to live in a time where people can admit fault, or accept that they are wrong. And it’s about to cost us everything we’ve worked for. Continue reading The cost of being right
The thing about life is that it’s not created by a single sweeping blow, but rather a billion tiny strokes; the power of a persistent single drop of water. Continue reading Choosing regret
When we build software to replace jobs, machines to replace hands, ears and eyes, and algorithms to replace thinking, where do the people go? What do they do? Continue reading Where do the people go?
Building a life with someone is the second hardest thing I’ve ever done. In some ways it’s easier than working on yourself, because you can take a break or create space. Other times, it’s much harder because you can’t control it, or or choose the outcome, especially when they won’t go away. Continue reading An allegory to my love