Oh, colleagues. We spend large amounts of our waking lives with them, but although we chose to be with some … Continue reading How to deal with rude people at work?
You might think that computational thinking has something to do with computer science or being tech-savvy, but it actually doesn’t. … Continue reading Should your kid learn computational thinking?
I’ve been spending watching and reading some murder mystery stories with my kiddo. Doesn’t it seem sooooo easy at times … Continue reading How to solve mysteries?
If a work problem has you stumped, or you’re struggling with writer’s block, you probably need to rethink how you’re … Continue reading Have you tried diffuse thinking to improve your creativity?
Has an idea ever struck you like lightning, leaving you elated and deliriously happy? When we’re suddenly hit with an … Continue reading Do new ideas make you happy?
You’re going about your day and everything seems fine, until someone on your team says, “Hey, don’t look at me, … Continue reading What to do when you thrown under the bus by a co-worker?
Back to my review on the book, “If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Happy?” that talks about the “sins” … Continue reading Can you tackle sins to happiness?
Many people today have given up on finding love, fulfillment and happiness. And yet, people still continue to watch romantic … Continue reading If you are so smart then why aren’t you happy?
I wrote a little earlier about the CSI effect: the purported phenomenon where the technology that TV detectives use to … Continue reading What can DNA reveal about you?
“CSI,” “Law and Order,” “NCIS” — pick your poison, all of these TV shows do it. Forensic investigators show up … Continue reading What is the CSI effect?