War is a universal human problem, and it may be surprising that Buddhist societies are no exception and have a long history of war. Learn how Buddhists apply the concept of equanimity even in wartime.
Why is strength still associated with masculinity? In this episode, hear from a 24-year Marine Corps veteran about the cultural changes shifting the perception that strength and power are masculine traits.
Where does your news come from? Who’s reporting it and what are their biases? Learn the importance of media literacy and applying critical thought to media.
Are there truly any absolute and universal morals? Learn about moral relativism, the view that what people consider to be right and wrong depends on their own perspective or their cultural influences.
What do the Batman movies depict about society’s moral compass and how ethics and justice have changed over time? Learn how Batman represents philosophical conflicts and the pursuit of justice.
Writing a fantasy book series requires the author to spend endless hours developing the world in which unique and complex characters live and interact with one another. Learn tips for aspiring writers.
Before 2020, many leaders thought remote work wasn’t a feasible business model. Learn who resisted the most and how it highlighted a generational divide.
Transitioning to an executive leadership position can generate uncertainty and insecurity. Learn three communication competencies for executive leaders to help them be authentic and inspirational.