Monthly Archive: May 2011

Is Tolerance Really A Virtue?

Permalink to Is Tolerance Really A Virtue? By Jonathan | Published May 16, 2011

These days it seems that tolerance has become *the* most critical of all virtues. We are expected to tolerate everything, and if we don’t then it is a virtual guarantee that we will find ourselves on the receiving end of […]

Committing “Purgery”

Permalink to Committing “Purgery” By Jonathan | Published May 15, 2011

I have been hard at work lately. Not only have I been hard at work writing new content for In the Limelight, I have also given it it’s most dramatic face-lift ever, and fine tuned other elements of the site […]

Forgotten Ideas

Permalink to Forgotten Ideas By Jonathan | Published May 12, 2011

As a writer, I have no shortage of ideas. I know that might seem like an odd thing to say. You might be thinking I must be the luckiest writer in the world to have such an abundance of things […]

Your Brain Is Lying To You

Permalink to Your Brain Is Lying To You By Jonathan | Published May 6, 2011

Can you trust your brain? It’s a more important question than you might think, and more importantly if you think you can out-think your brain, you are probably greatly mistaken. Say what??? Out-think your brain? That’s crazy talk isn’t it? […]

Book Review: Rework

Permalink to Book Review: Rework By Jonathan | Published May 5, 2011

I have just finished reading the most refreshing business book I have ever come across. It’s called Rework, and it is truly unique. It the rebellious step child of business books. It breaks all the rules and it encourages you […]

A Wake Up Call?

Permalink to A Wake Up Call? By Jonathan | Published May 4, 2011

Recently I was rear ended. It was quite severe, as far as rear-ender car accidents go. Bad enough that my car will likely be written off. Bad enough that I could not drive it from the scene of the accident. […]