Whatever Happened to Curiosity?
One factor affecting whether curiosity is a positive or negative feeling is how long you have to wait for the answer you are looking for, says Tania Lombrozo.

Whatever Happened to Curiosity?

Everyone is in such a hurry all-the-time. We don't sit back and wonder or ponder. And some of us don't question anything. I used to wonder what those bumper stickers…

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If I’m Being Honest

As a long time writer, I've always felt pulled to create from my heart. Even as a journalist on the radio, it never occurred to me not to follow the…

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Don’t Lose Yourself

Working in corporate America can be really great or totally terrible. It seems like it's stable and safe, but can leave you wide-open and vulnerable. It's at once a gift…

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This is not a Wordle Game

For the last few months I have been pondering the word, Sorry (the saddest word, according to Elton). This comes after I read something on LinkedIn that women tend to…

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Enticing the Young Ones

There's something about walking into a radio station and settling into the studio for a live show. Whenever I can, I visit client stations, just so I can tour the…

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If you've been on any dating apps, you've likely been ghosted (read: shunned). I've written before about being ghosted in the professional sense, by would-be clients seemingly interested in your…

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What’s Your Name?
3D illustration of a magnifying glass over a paper bakground with focus on the word me. Concept of egocentrism

What’s Your Name?

Today I was looking for some business people to connect with and noticed an inordinate amount of businesses titled with only the owner's name. Joe Shmo Consulting and so forth.…

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