Agency is not only a gift, but a commandment to act. Some forces such as hunger can work to our benefit because they motivate us. Other forces, though appearing generous and fair, hinder us by eliminating incentives.
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The “Poly-Parent Households are Coming,” a recent OpEd from the New York Times tells us. The article’s author, Debora Spar, correctly identifies the underlying causes of the massive shift in our concept of the family of which “marriage equality” and reproductive technologies feature prominently. Technologies such as IVG - in vitro gametogenesis.
A BYU Engineering Capstone team and their sponsor have created a pair of glasses, worn by a therapist, that display dynamic animated images on the lenses, potentially increasing the engagement and comfort of an autistic child as they work to improve eye contact.
It’s been said that the fears we don’t face become our limits. That’s certainly the view of consultant and bestselling author Alan Weiss. He’s author of Fearless Leadership: Overcoming Reticence, Procrastination, and the Voices of Doubt Inside Your Head.
BYU Researchers evaluated over 40 million individual voting records and found the system is unlikely to advantage Democrats, disadvantage Republicans.
Most of us have heard that people don’t quit jobs, they quit bosses. Relationships, someone once said, never die a natural death. They are murdered by ego, attitude and ignorance. The same applies to professional, working relationships. So, how can you avoid that?