It seems so harmless, doesn’t it? It's just an innocent, six-letter word. SHOULD. And yet many of us are using it to express handed down beliefs we haven’t fully examined. A good wife should keep the house clean. Married couples should vacation together. Men should take off their hats at the table. We say, “should” to verbalize a rule, a demand, or a command. But many times, our rules aren't reasonable or sound. Some are based on something silly or senseless. Others are ter
I was cleaning my office a while ago and found an old letter.
Not a love letter (I can feel you leaning in), but a query letter addressed to John Nash.
Do you know who he is? He’s the mathematician who was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. He was also the subject of the film, A Beautiful Mind. You know . . . the guy from Princeton who suffered from mental illness. (Which is the only reason I was reaching out.) I not interested in numbers or game the