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6 Ways to Tap Into Nostalgia—and Why You Should

6 Ways to Tap Into Nostalgia—and Why You Should

This article was originally published in Time. When people walk into Keri Piehl’s retro toy store in Albuquerque, N.M., their eyes light up. Wooden spinning tops, Yo-Yos, Trolls, rainbow lava lamps, scratch-and-sniff stickers—it’s like time travel, unlocked....

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Opinion: Why Utah will lead phase 2 of the AI revolution

Opinion: Why Utah will lead phase 2 of the AI revolution

Utah has adopted a regulatory ‘sandbox’ that allows entrepreneurs and businesses to try out new ideas that don’t fit neatly within established frameworks This article was originally published in Desert News. When thinking about the exciting advancements in artificial...

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The costs of declining fertility go beyond economics

The costs of declining fertility go beyond economics

This article was originally published in The Hill. The fertility decline in the U.S. and around the world has prompted growing concern. Much of the focus has been on societal-level economic problems that could result from sub-replacement fertility.  However, it...

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Fanning the Flames of Hope in North Dakota

Fanning the Flames of Hope in North Dakota

This article was originally published in the Human Flourishing Lab. Announcement: Fanning the Flames of Hope in North Dakota August 23, 2023 — Today, Strengthen ND is announcing a new partnership with the Human Flourishing Lab to study and promote hope across North...

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Evers Veto Is a Step Backward on Worker Freedom

Evers Veto Is a Step Backward on Worker Freedom

This article was originally published in WisPolitics. Wisconsin has had trouble getting citizens their hard-earned licenses in a timely fashion, and a recent veto by Governor Evers isn’t going to help matters. Sara Wuorinen had to wait at least 16 months to...

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Outward Action Is Good for Your Brain

Outward Action Is Good for Your Brain

This article was originally published in Discourse Magazine. We can help solve our mental health crisis by getting out of our own heads Beyond a given point man is not helped by more “knowing,” but only by living and doing in a partly self-forgetful way. As Goethe put...

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The Poor Get Poorer with ESG Investing

The Poor Get Poorer with ESG Investing

This article was originally published in Newsweek. Climate activists are pursuing increasingly extreme measures to fight for environmental policy changes. In recent months, activists have vandalized works of art around the world,...

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