How Memes Can Help Us Get Through a Crisis

It may seem insensitive to joke about a disaster, but it can actually be a way to cope and heal.

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An Easy Way to Make a Big Impact on the COVID-19 Crisis

The more people who complete social science surveys, the faster the world can heal from COVID-19.

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Your Dog Is Republican, and Other Questionable Stats

Here’s a breakdown of the top pet-related stats that will leave you scratching your head.

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The Ordinary Magic of Resilience

While resilience seems like an extraordinary feat, it’s a human trait inhabited by all, but only used by some.

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The Case for a Caring Work Culture

Employees don’t simply work to be paid, so organizations shouldn’t treat them like they do.

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This is How to Convince Your Friends to Vote

Here’s what to say to get your friends to exercise their most fundamental freedom, and contribute to the future of our country.

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What You Need To Know Before Becoming an Entrepreneur

Hint: The best time to become an entrepreneur is not a one-size-fits-all prescription. It’s about if you’re ready to undergo risk, whether you’re in your 20’s or your 70’s.

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How To Optimize Your Social Impact

Most of us give our money away without even knowing if it will actually make a difference. How can we improve our giving so it makes the most impact?

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Why is Adulting Trending?

“Adulting is hard.” How many times have you read that on your social feed? We dug deep into social trends to see if ‘adulting’ is just a fad, or if it’s here to stay.

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The 6 Keys to Breaking Bad Habits

Let’s face it: we all have that one bad habit we just can’t shake. Here’s how to scientifically put an end to your bad habits once and for all.

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The Surprising Psychology of Givers, Takers, and Matchers

We all have a natural inclination to be a giver, taker, or matcher. Here’s how it can impact your work and happiness in surprising ways.

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