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A Little Happier: What We Can Learn from Mark Twain’s Cat Who Sat on a Hot Stove.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: What We Can Learn from Mark Twain’s Cat Who Sat on a Hot Stove.

It’s important to make sure that we don’t learn the wrong lessons from pain, frustration, criticism, or failure. Like a cat, we want to learn not to sit on a hot stove—but maybe we still want to be able to sit on a stove that’s cold.
A Little Happier: Sometimes, What We Consider a Limitation Can Be a Strength.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: Sometimes, What We Consider a Limitation Can Be a Strength.

Sometimes a weakness can be a strength, and a strength can be a weakness.
A Little Happier: The Idea of “Negative Space” at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: The Idea of “Negative Space” at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

A visit to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter got me thinking about the importance of paying attention to “negative space.”
A Happiness Lesson from a Founding Father.
A Little Happier

A Happiness Lesson from a Founding Father.

A Little Happier: As Benjamin Franklin explained, experience is a great teacher. A tough teacher, but a great teacher.
Podcast 105: Leave on High Note, Childlike Wonder vs. Adultlike Wonder–and What I Eat Every Day.
Podcast 105

Podcast 105: Leave on High Note, Childlike Wonder vs. Adultlike Wonder–and What I Eat Every Day.

Podcast 105: Why we should try to leave on a high note, child-like wonder vs. adult-like wonder, and a confession of unjust accusation.
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