There are a lot of tough conversations that stand between where America is now and "liberty and justice for all," says Van Jones.
Stereotyping isn't about "bad people doing bad things." It's about our subconscious biases, and how they sneak into organizational structures.
Today's fast-paced culture leaves no time for relational intelligence. Here's why it's worth slowing down to eventually speed up.
Without sounding like internet hyperbole, this super-simple listening trick can help you better understand people's intentions. And provide a fascinating insight into the minds of others.
Digital disruptions have never been more intrusive, making concentration and focus more important than ever. Learning to say "no" to distractions has a good historical track record.
The stats on teens transitioning out of foster care aren't good. Can we empower these young people to build futures to look forward to?
The big, unknowable questions in life are seductive, but without small, trivial questions as insulation, those large mysteries can consume us.
Raising money for charity is one thing. Knowing where to give it is another. When some charities are 100 times more effective than others, a world champion poker player knows how to spot who's bluffing.
What are you capable of? David Goggins' amazing and grueling feat of persistence shows how tough the human mind can be.
After fleeing the LRA in her native Uganda, Igoye came the University of Minnesota. There she began finding resources to combat the scourge of human trafficking.
Millennials are criticized for not working hard and wanting a participation trophy. Bryan Cranston doesn't buy it. He thinks they have valuable lessons to teach older generations, if they can listen.
Concepts like hope, faith, and love have no material reality—save perhaps for neurons firing in the brain—yet they are the cornerstones of human well being.
It wasn't until after President Lincoln's death that we would discover one of his most important lessons, hidden in his desk drawer.
Capitalism has hijacked our emotions and rewired us for instant gratification—but we can reclaim our lives by practicing deep hope.
Here's why you should always be looking for new income streams—even if you already have a full-time job.
Meditation is a lot more than just chilling out and reflecting. It can actually rewire your brain to become a better person.
Here's what Israel Guillen learned about life by studying 8 hours a day during his 22-year prison sentence.