Hindsight Is Anything But 20/20: The Danger of Nostalgia

Hindsight Is Anything But 20/20: The Danger of Nostalgia

I recently published an article in Fast Company about mistakes we make when we think about the past. As Fast Company is geared toward professionals, the piece focuses on applications for business leaders. However, I think this idea applies deeply to our personal lives, as well, and I hope you’ll find this companion piece, written alongside the Fast Company article,…

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Squelching the “Sunday Scaries”

Squelching the “Sunday Scaries”

This article was originally published by Fast Company here. My wife and I have a tradition that dates back the entirety of our marriage. Nearly every Sunday night, we settle down to watch a movie together. We also occasionally watch shows on Friday or Saturday nights, but Sunday has a unique significance. Our Sunday night movie tradition started while my…

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I Need a Vacation from My Vacation

I Need a Vacation from My Vacation

Have you ever used that phrase?  I know I have.  On the way back from a trip that was supposed to be restful and fun, I’m so exhausted that I feel like I need another vacation to rest up before getting back into my normal work routine. As we head into summer with many of us (hopefully) planning for time…

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