I’m suspicious about anxiety because everyone talks about it as the same thing for each of us. I’m not so sure. There is a big difference in feeling anxious about a loved one fighting cancer and feeling anxious about a field goal kicker lining up for a kick to win the...Read More
I am indebted to Stanford University Professor James G. March for his inspiring and counter-intuitive lessons about Miguel de Cervantes’ iconic literary character Don Quixote de la Mancha. Although Jim offered his insights in the context of teaching about...Read More
We’ve all witnessed a spectacle of a screaming child at a grocery store clamoring for food or candy that he doesn’t really need or wants—triggering an argument with the parent that seems almost staged because it’s so familiar. To appear in control, the parent, on...Read More
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