Sometimes competence comes with a price
Impostor Syndrome is real and it’s no fun. But if you come at it properly, it can also be a starting point for a better future.
From astrophysicist to health guru!
Making creativity work in the cold hard light of day
Innovation seldom leads where you think that it will, and doesn’t work to a manager’s schedule. But if you know how to listen, the world will tell you where to look for the next big idea.
A study of over 1000 companies that experienced major setbacks reveals a fundamental fact, as true for individuals as it is for corporations.
Failure doesn’t happen to us, it is something that we do to ourselves. The difference between success and failure lies in our approach to knowledge.
Science is not just another world view
It’s easy to tell this airplane wasn’t designed by a postmodernist; it flies! Science: When it really matters, nothing even comes close.
This article originally appeared in my Astronomy Magazine column, For Your Consideration.
The shortest day of the year has come and gone! Whether you wish your fellows a Merry Christmas, Happy Festivus, or just peace, joy, and happiness in their lives, the changing of the seasons marks a time of both celebration and new commitment. My wish for you is to see that new commitment translate into the real change you want in your life. Season’s Greetings!
Pleistocene thinking in a post-Pleistocene world
In some ways we are creatures out of our time. Behaviors that once served us well can be dangerous in a world where the only constant is change.
This article originally appeared in my Astronomy Magazine column, For Your Consideration.”
Astronomy Magazine asked me to write a piece about what the iconic Hubble Space Telescope image of the Eagle Nebula has meant to me personally. The short answer: It’s been a wild ride!