What Brings an Audience to Your Story

  "A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience's attention, then he can teach his lesson" (John Henrik Clarke). As a college student pursuing a degree in journalism, I have been told multiple things about my experience as an upcoming media participant. While my classes may have different focuses on certain... Continue Reading →

How we Judge Others vs Ourselves

For my hundredth blog post, I wanted to take the time to analyze one of my favorite things about people and that is one of our many psychological biases. Specifically today I have found another bias that relates to our assumptions we place on people and the situations they fall into. We tend to not... Continue Reading →

Does Being an Outlier Rely on Chance?

"The truly creative people tend to be outliers" (Nolan Bushnell). I recently started reading Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, a book about success and how a lot of opportunity stems from relative chance. I purchased the book after seeing it in the Psychology section of a Barnes n Noble and thought it looked interesting. Later, after taking... Continue Reading →

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