Stories are like maps, facts are like photos. Here’s why…
If you’re going to be a better person tomorrow, you’re going to have to act the part—”fake it ’til you make it”, so to speak.
Great feedback is like a map: and it can transform your life. Here’s the story of how that happened for a friend and for me.
The two adults who had the greatest impact on me growing up took me seriously—but didn’t take themselves too seriously.
We think of strengths and weaknesses as 2 things, when they’re 2 sides of a coin. Dunno your strengths? Begin by considering your weaknesses.
For a typical Nigerian, a small wedding is maybe 300 guests. That’s big in the UK: The difference is due to circles of obligation.
“Love your neighbour as yourself” doesn’t mean you can’t love yourself until you love your neighbour. Here’s what it’s really about…
A conversation about time, identity and Instagram, how we engage special moments and why you might want to consider a Designated Capturer.
There’s very little in life, and in our own lives, that we’re in control of—but that little matters. My name for this “little” is “The Significant 1%” and it’s been on my mind a long time. I was reminded of it watching Breaking Bad for the first time earlier this year (don’t judge). It’s a great show […]
You can’t have it all. No one can. For everything you “have” you have to let go of something. What then?