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Arrival Fallacy

Recently The NY Times devoted a whole column to a familiar dynamic: You finally did it. You got the promotion, secured the raise, finished the project ...


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NBA Star Decreases so Better Player can Increase

NBA star, Dwayne Wade, decided to come back for one final season with the Miami Heat to make an impact before his retirement. Wade’s stellar career ...


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When Discontent, Consider the Lily

The 19th century philosopher Søren Kierkegaard told the following parable:

There once was a lily who lived a happy life beside a rippling brook. ...

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Lotto Winner Meets the ‘Powerball Curse’

The Powerball Lotto is a legalized multi-state form of gambling in the United States that pays enormous jackpots to the very few who purchase winning ...


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We Become What We Worship

Ralph Waldo Emerson famously said, “What we are worshiping we are becoming.” In other words, our deities shape our identities. Let us call ...


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The Secret to Team Success is Serving Others

In his bookLeaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek explains the secret to team success. Sinek found himself amazed, even a bit humbled, by the character of the ...


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Many Young People Are ‘Rudderless’

The picture William Damon paints with his groundbreaking book The Path to Purpose: Helping Our Children Find Their Calling in Life provides a wake-up ...


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Is Heaven a Celestial North Korea?

Will heaven consist of eternal boredom? Some unbelieving thinkers assume it will. For example, in his best-selling book, Heavens on Earth: The Scientific ...


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Is the Lottery a Good Gamble?

Researchers have determined that a person who drives 10 miles to buy a lottery ticket is three times more likely to be killed in a car accident while ...


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Millennials are Restless and Obsessed with Starting Over

Young Americans are restless and on the move. Fifty-nine percent of Americans aged 18 to 35 currently live somewhere besides their hometown. Almost 80 ...


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