A sociopath is a human being incapable of feeling empathy towards fellow human beings. This doesn't mean the sociopath is incapable of feeling emotion; indeed the sociopath may have a greater understanding of emotion...
Popular Western culture has led us to believe that optimism, at all costs, is a healthy outlook on life. Contrast that to pessimism, which is viewed as a depressive outlook on life, not worthy of any consideration....
Insomnia is a condition that prevents people from falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night. It's a condition I have struggled with throughout my late teens until today.
The growing popularity of the law of attraction is unquestionable; however it's philosophies and results it has brought to the world leave much to be desired, and should be questioned.
The rich understand that taxes are elective; and use this knowledge to take advantage of the poor. The poor, on the other hand, are deluded into not only believing that having to pay taxes is the law, but necessary in...
The problems with higher education are so convoluted that you could have a documentary spanning for days. What I wished they spent more time on is explaining why and how traditional college education makes a horrible...
A prevailing modern issue in the world of relationships is that men are intimidated by women with high flying careers. The Internet is littered with such tales filled with emotion and hysteria, but is it true?
"Pump and dump" is a fraudulent stock trading technique. . .
Here are the reasons why I feel blue collar work is beneficial to a human being in these tumultuous times. . .
It's difficult to imagine laziness could possibly be a virtue. Since we were a small child, we've been programmed that hard work is the method of choice. What if I told you there was another way?
In June 1979, a small group of people constructed a large granite monument deep in the wilderness of Elbert County, Georgia, USA. The motivations of the said group, and how the project was financed remains unknown to...
In the soul of every good man is an angry wild man buried deep inside. . .
Since the moment we were old enough to understand generosity, we've been told that donating to charity is the best way to exercise one's generosity and to help those less fortunate. I haphazardly played along with this...
Here is a list of jobs I foresee disappearing from our economy in the near future. Many of my choices will seem surprising to many. . .
While the U.S is struggling with massive hyperinflation, it's important to note that presently and historically speaking, there are cases of countries having their fiat currencies so incredibly devalued that they could...
Should you accept low pay on a job with the promise of better pay later? Never! I come from the generation (under age 35) that will live much worse off than their parents because of this on-going corporate scam....
So Are People Who Whine Over Manufacturing In America Just Making Noise? Yes and no. While many who lament over America's manufacturing woes may not understand the implications of what they're discussing. Indeed,...
Here are some interesting and crazy bylaws that exist across Canada. . .
Today, we live in an ever growing sensitized world where people often seem to be confused as to what is basic human emotion. We're taught to be overly politically correct, because if we’re not we just may hurt...
The theory behind the Peter Principle is that in hierarchical structures, members are promoted so long as they work competently. Eventually they are promoted to a position at which they are no longer competent. This is...
"The world would be a better place if people could tell the difference between a people pleaser and a genuine communicator." -Donovan D. Westhaver "I have good communication skills," how many times have we heard...
Any system that punishes success, as the current system that is globalization does, cannot possibly work. Punishing people's individual successes is a system of despotism. If history is any indication, globalization...
Employers can be divided into four categories. . . Unfortunately, only one personality type is a winner!