Never Complain; Never Explain
How trust is actually built
15 Signs Your Life is More on Track Than You Think it is
How to Deal with the Loss of a Loved One?
In Praise of Unrequited Love
6 Harsh Truths That Will Make You a Better Person
The Purpose of Life Is Right In Front of You
The only good reason to learn
Will coronavirus change our attitudes to death? Quite the opposite
How not to interprete events in your life
This Morning Routine will Save You 20+ Hours Per Week
Do Something Syndrome: Why Movement Trumps Results
How To Really Win The Afternoon
Useful conversation on decision making, rationality and bias
The emotions they feel following a decision, such as peace, freedom, joy, love or compassion, might give an indication if it is the right choice.
How to handle regret
How I Hacked My Vulnerability
How—And How Not—to Stand Up for Yourself
Great insight into morning routines
Can These Four Questions Change Your Life?
The power of compounding knowledge
Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform
Science Proves That Human Consciousness and Our Material World Are Intertwined: See For Yourself
Stop Giving Toxic People Your Time
3 Easy Things You Can Do to Relax and Unwind from Stress
How self control really works
Why and how connection matters
Think of it as a series of events
We need myths
Your brand craves story
Defensive Decision Making: What IS Best v. What LOOKS Best
This is really great advise for life
How To Stop Lying To Yourself
The Real Reason You Shouldn’t Care What People Think
You are enough
Don’t smoke, lie, complain, waste money, eat like crap, make bad/risky choices, argue too much, gossip, watch sad news, break promises, […] and you’ll be better off.
Some volatility is good
What you want is a byproduct of doing what is under your control.
Life is actually very simple
Intuition versus instinct
How to fight for what you believe in
The opposite of loneliness
On healthy independence
Putting time in perspective
We can’t rely on the world to tell us our value. We cannot let the metrics of others dictate our sense of worth.
Our propensity to confuse the “now” with “what always is,” as if the immediate world before our eyes consistently represents the entire universe, leads us to bad conclusions and bad decisions.
Some of the best parenting advise – or for much of life
5 principles for life
Actually, You Don’t Need to Save the World
How do you learn to accept yourself?
How relationships became life and death
It’s not about not giving a fuck. It’s about giving a few fucks, just not too many.
She perfectly captures what I now know as my unnecessary desire for escape
Young people are seemingly internalizing a pre-eminent contemporary myth that things—including themselves—should be perfect.
How to truly live in a world with other human beings
I like conscious uncoupling
40 Keys to Lasting Happiness
You also need guts
Nothing like watching a person transform their lives real time
This is the biological basis for human resilience
You probably live in a parallel universe. Here’s why.
Adjusting to who you are
How to build real relationships
Let the world fit around you
In ancient societies, it turns out, grandmothers were more important than fathers
Another look at scarcity
How to choose a life partner Part 2
How to choose a life partner Part 1
He hates being a billionaire
All I’m looking for is internal freedom. It’s freedom from. It’s freedom from reaction. It’s freedom from feeling angry. It’s freedom from being sad. It’s freedom from being forced to do things.
The best summation I ever read on being your truest, best self
Yup! Gary gets it. The only 6 things you need in your life.
A guide to mental models for making solid decisions