How many times have you had this conversation?
Them: How’s it going?
You: I’m super busy!
Them: You need a vacation.
You: I haven’t taken a vacation day for a year. Oh wait, that’s not true. I had the flu last month.
Nowadays people wear their busyness like a badge of honor: If I’m busy I’m [Read More]
After working in many high-achieving environments like Yale, Stanford, Silicon Valley, New York City, I noticed too many people were pursuing “success” at a cost to themselves. They were postponing their happiness now in pursuit of success with the idea that, when they attain success, they will be [Read More]
As we gear up to buy Uncle John his favorite tie or Aunt Cheryl her favorite sweater this holiday season, the U.S. economy will get a $717 billion injection in consumer spending. Many of us will simply click a few buttons on our desktop or tablet and have a person from UPS or Federal Express deliver [Read More]
Oscar-winning actress, Jennifer Lawrence, recently penned an essay for Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter e-newsletter about the gender-wage pay gap. In her essay, Jennifer revealed how she discovered through the Sony hack that her male co-stars in American Hustle were making significantly more money than her. She discusses her anger at herself [Read More]
Currently weddings are a $300 billion dollar global industry employing over 800,000 people in the United States alone. And now, with the recent legalization of gay marriage in all 50 states, the marriage business is set to gain another $2.5 billion dollars annually. So if technology [Read More]