You can either just do your job, or you can make this world a better one.
If you’re like most people, you have moments where you find your job to be boring. Maybe you look at other people and think they have the easiest job ever. What if I told you that the smallest jobs have a big impact on helping the world? Continue reading “Can a Job be Worthless?”
Two grand perspectives on the subject.
Everybody knows that celebrities who make it out of the hood are often called sellouts. They are labeled as such because they are perceived as forgetting where they came from, and looking down on the less fortunate. The following is another perspective. Continue reading “Should You Clean Up Your Old Neighborhood?”
How long can you go with no technology?
Most people would agree that we’re too connected to our phones, internet, etc. For this reason, some people see technology in general as something that we need to learn to live without. This story illustrates how difficult it is even for the cynics to refrain from using technology. Continue reading “No Technology Allowed!”
What if everyone was rich?
If you’re like most people, you’ve probably believed — or still do believe — that everyone should be rich. After all, it would get rid of the greed and solve many conflicts, wouldn’t it? The following story illustrates another perspective. Might help you change your philosophy, might not. Continue reading “Welcome to Richville!”
Most people don’t know how fortunate they are until they lose it.
Some people look down on those who put a lot of value on their material possessions. In my opinion, that habit is only bad when that person loves their possessions so much that they lose gratitude for things like loved ones and health. The following story illustrates the difference between the two mindsets. Maybe you or someone you know can relate to it. Continue reading “Total Gratitude”
Everybody knows that tough decisions are a part of life. Oftentimes, we have to do things that we don’t have much choice in. Those decisions include confronting people, following up with a client, asking people out on dates, and so on. Why not simplify your decision-making process? Continue reading “Should You or Should You Not?”