What I’ve learned from selling stuff on this blog is that I don’t like to do it. It’s hard to tell you I’m hating myself and then tell you, “Buy my course about happiness!” So, I’ve decided to change my business model. Except that I don’t actually have a new business model yet. And while […]
I have been writing a post about 9/11 every year. Maybe because 9/11 comes right around the Jewish High Holidays, I treat my archive of posts a little like a prayer book. I read my favorite – the first one – because it’s still incredible to me that I was at the World Trade Center […]
This week at the US Open Serena Williams drew attention to sexist rules governing women’s attire by wearing a tutu on the court. It turned out this was the perfect outfit for her final match.
We have known for a while that people who are most successful in business read fiction. And people who read fiction have more empathy, no matter where they land on the gender or personality trait spectrum.
Since writing this post, I have received hundreds of emails from women who have Aspergers, and others who thought they might have Aspergers. I am hosting a free live video event on April 15th where I will answer all of your questions live. Sign up here to reserve your spot. We are failing to diagnose […]
The New York Times has an 11-point list of questions to ask yourself to see if you’ve done everything you can to save your marriage. I coach a lot of people who are thinking about getting a divorce. Almost everyone feels that their spouse is impossible, unresponsive, and/or doesn’t care about the issues at hand.
About once a week I take my kids to eat at the Swarthmore College cafeteria. I’d say that after playing video games, this is their favorite thing to do. The boys marvel at the range of kid-friendly food choices. I marvel at the panoply of dietary trends the school caters to.
I was going to publish a list of books for you to give as gifts. Here are some ideas:
I had a friend in high school whose mom wrote her papers. At the time I thought: messed up family. Then I became a mom who practiced cello three hours a day with my son. And I thought: messed up family.
To figure out whether or not you really want to meet a goal you’re not meeting, clear fifteen minutes a day in your calendar. Tell yourself one very small thing you can do in that fifteen minutes to move toward meeting that goal. And see if you do it. Why this tactics works: