How to be The Most Interesting Person (Without Being in a Beer Commercial)

“People can’t put me in a box; they make some judgment about me, ‘he’s an athlete’ or ‘he’s black’ and then they learn something new that fits outside of that mold & they have to put a new label on me, ‘he’s a creative?’” I was at the gym and overheard an athlete on ESPN … Continue reading How to be The Most Interesting Person (Without Being in a Beer Commercial)

Personality Tests & The Human Spirit

What personality test have you taken? The Color Personality Test? DISC assessment perhaps? Or the ever popular Myers Brigg Type Indicator? Seems like the internet is awash with personality exams; each with their own tiers, colors, categories, and acronyms. But what I’ve discovered taking these, the Color Personality Test being the most recent, is that it … Continue reading Personality Tests & The Human Spirit

Maslow’s Needs & Politics

Perhaps the difference between the 2 dominant political perspectives can be boiled down to basic human needs. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs states that humans have 5 motivational needs to live happy lives, each building on the previous: At the foundation are physiological needs (food, water, shelter) Once those needs are met, we arrive at safety needs (security) Above … Continue reading Maslow’s Needs & Politics

The Art of Laziness-Man vs. Company

Inately, humans are lazy. Not the negative definition that is overplayed but that we're tempted to take the easiest route possible to achieve our goal. Examples? Online shopping vs. in-store, downloading music instead of buying the album, Tindering vs. talking to real people, listening instead of talking. After observing humans for 25 years and now companies for … Continue reading The Art of Laziness-Man vs. Company