What does every young person need to learn in order to become a successful adult?
Here are our answers to that question.
Is insurance a good financial decision? Is it simply a scam? We debate the merits and drawbacks of having insurance.
Why do you exercise? What motivates you to get up, put on shoes, and actually move around?
How do you ask for a pay raise and actually get it? This is an especially challenging question for young people working their first job. The answer may not be as complicated as you think.
When it comes to getting what you want out of life, one of the most important qualities you can have is assertiveness.
You’ve probably heard that being a goal-oriented person is a good thing. In the real world, though, it’s smarter, more efficient, and more effective to set systems rather than goals.
By learning universally applicable skills as early in life as possible, we can more easily adapt to new situations and succeed at new challenges.
Often we feel like we need to jump into every conversation to show we get what someone is saying. But there’s value to stepping back and allowing someone to talk. Active listening can help young people communicate better.
Sleep is vital for school success, and success in all areas of life. By setting up a good sleep system, young people can stay well-rested.
I always thought it was stupid to tell people to stand up for what they believe in. What if they believe in something that’s objectively wrong? A much better way to live is to focus on believing in what is real and true.
Meta skills help us succeed in all areas of life. Specific skills only help in certain areas. Despite the clear disadvantages, universities insist on teaching the latter.