The beach is always there: you just have to conceive of it. It follows that those who fail to find their beach are, in the final analysis, mentally fragile; in Manhattan terms, simply weak. Jack Donaghy’s verbal swordplay with Liz Lemon was a comic rendering of the various things many citizens of Manhattan have come […]
To you and yours.
“…there’s something inside you – big, explosive, ready to surprise the world in a bad way if you’re not handled right, but ready to be beautiful if someone will just listen.” ~Lena Dunham
A visual representation:
You have suffered enough And warred with yourself It’s time that you won Take this sinking boat and point it home We’ve still got time Raise your hopeful voice you have a choice ~Glen Hansard
I’m in pain. Yesterday it was so bad that I found myself breathing as if in labor. Trying desperately to keep it at bay. Fearful that if I let go, it would completely overwhelm me. Take me under.
This is an over-used favorite of behavioral economists: What does the image mean? Context matters. We have this model that exercisers would choose the option that involved exercise (the stairs), but here is evidence that they don’t. So how do we help people make the best choices? Nudges. The summary of which is not […]