Multiplication Is for White People - Rethinking Schools Online Become a subscriber or online account holder to read this article and hundreds more. Learn more. Already a subscriber or account holder? Why Is It So Hard for Millennials to Become Content Strategists? People may throw eggs at me for this—or applaud me, depending on their age—but it’s hard out there for millennials. They were raised with all the can-do-it-iveness and ambition that their parents could pack in, but when they finally graduated and entered the job market, the financial crisis walloped them with high unemployment, low wages, and rising housing costs. The lesson that most millennials have learned is that in order to pay your absurdly high rent with gainful employment, you must:
The Misguided Desire of Wanting Our Kids to Be Happy It’s both human, and typical of how we parent today: At the first indication of unhappiness from our kids, we rush in to fix it, serving, as Dr. Robin Berman explains, like human pacifiers. And while the intention is valid—why let a child suffer, when it’s so easy to take the pain away—the ramifications of protecting our kids from dealing with the ups-and-downs of life have far-reaching consequences per Dr. Guess which country does the most good for the planet? The top ten countries in the Good Country Index. (Click to view at larger size.) Irish people, rejoice! It turns out, your green land is the “goodest” country in the world.
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5 Brilliant Talks on how Psychology Affects Design, UX, Branding, Marketing and Advertising These Freakonomics-style talks about human behaviour will help you become a better designer or creative director. These five talks aren't specifically about design or branding or advertising – but by watching them you'll learn something about human psychology that'll make you better at what you do. They're all taken from an event called Nudgestock, held a couple of weeks ago in Folkestone by OglivyChange – an offshoot of advertising giant Oglivy that specialises in behavioural economics – and now available online. Happiness is understandable, obtainable, and teachable Socrates on Happiness Subject: Philosophy, History, Western Civilization This lesson asks participants to approach the subject of happiness using the Socratic Method.
Meera Lee Patel on mindfulness, following your dreams and running a creative business Meera Lee Patel is an emerging artistic talent from Brooklyn who has built a loyal following selling her illustrations, paintings and textiles on sites such as Etsy and has rocketed her profile on social media by sharing her inspiration work. Inspired by nature, books and the colour and spirit of her native India, Meera's clients range from Urban Outfitters to NASA. Later this month, she is publishing her own book – a journal for self-exploration, entitled Start Where You Are. It's a mindfulness colouring book with a twist – it uses thoughtful prompts and hand-drawn illustrations to guide readers through lessons in introspection in order to gain inspiration, motivation, and a better understanding of themselves.