One Word: Mindset

A simple premise that can significantly shape our lives can be narrowed down to one word: mindset. Mindset influences how you think, feel and behave in any situation. Dr. Carol Dweck has spent years researching this powerful concept and has Read more

A New Era of Playing Sports in College

Endorsements, compensations, sponsorships, social media. This summer, NCAA began allowing students athletes to profit off their own personas. This has not been done before. It is a big change for colleges athletics, recruiting practices and advertisers. The term “name, image, Read more

4 Ways to Advocate for Mental Health

According to the latest data from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, around 1 in 5 US adults — or 51.5 million people — are affected by mental illness each year. And experts agree that this number may further increase, as the Read more

Six Minutes

Just Six Minutes of Reading Makes All the Difference. Being a product of the 80s, when I hear six minutes, I immediately begin reciting the 1985 smash hit, The Show, by Doug E Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew. However, Read more

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open, citing mental health issues. Michael Phelps is on billboards as a spokesperson for the online therapy program Talkspace. Prince Harry is partnering with Oprah for a docuseries on mental health. Shawn Mendes dons Read more

Academic Recovery Begins Here

The Academic Crisis We are finally winning the war against COVID, however another battle is emerging: the achievement gap as a result of the pandemic. Students in the US are likely to have suffered up to nine months of learning Read more

Micro Schools AKA Pandemic Pods

Our World is Reeling Our world is reeling from fallout of the pandemic, the effects of which will ripple for years to come. We are rethinking how we work, shop, dine, socialize, play, travel, exercise, and educate our youth. Schools Read more