Category: Book Review

The Three Fundamental Archetypes of Experience

Art by Rasmus Berggreen Read Time: 5 minutes I’ve been reading Jordan Peterson’s Maps of Meaning. It is a challenge but I feel it is one of the most useful books…


Book Review: To Sell Is Human

Summary As a naive scientific-minded kid, I demonized capitalism and marketing growing up. Now as I get a little older and a little more humble, I realize that to sell is…


Book Review: Opening Up by Writing Down

Summary Expressive writing is one of the most well-researched writing therapies in the world. If you have experienced trauma, or if you feel overwhelmed, try expressive writing. You will go to…


Book Review: Learned Optimism

Summary Martin Seligman revolutionized psychology when he asked a simple question: “Why don’t we use the considerable tools and knowledge psychology has¬†produced to study what makes human flourish?” It seems obvious…


Book Review: Gut Feelings

Summay Greg Gigerenzer, the man whose work inspired Gladwell’s Blink, believes that our Unconscious minds are more rational than most of us credit it. He argues, (convincingly), that we should use…