Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder commented
Dumb = thinking somebody has telekinesis when they won't demonstrate it for you. Reasonable = admitting that there's some serendipity in the timing of phone calls and texts when you're thinking of someone. Does that make sense? It's dumb to believe in something that should be easily demonstrable. It's reasonable to keep an open mind … Read more
Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder answered Natalia Chouklina's question

It's totally personal. I need a lot of solitude but others don't at all. BrainPickings.org has some good stuff here:

http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/04/23/daily-rituals-mason-currey/


www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/11/20/daily-routines-wr

Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder answered Lily Bradic's question

I don't believe in the supernatural because, by definition, universal laws are universal (all-encompassing). That means they take care of what we don't observe.

I believe in the paranormal because there is always a realm beyond science. The immeasurable parts of life are the most powerful. That being said, I don't believe in dumb paranormal … Read more

Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder commented
Kathryn, I'm sorry about your experience. It's disgusting when ANY human treats another that way. You can build those support systems without a job. Many entrepreneurs need someone to pump them up every once in a while. I also don't think it's a bad thing to support somebody else's vision. What I AM saying is … Read more
Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder answered Anonymous' question

It's just good content. With good content comes the back links you need. Good content is shareable - social media covered.

The best place to put your focus is on content. Mainly at your place but then places like Quora, forums, AND BLURTIT!

Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder answered Christian Bell-Young's question

Last year I crashed and burned. Depression is a big part of the quarter-life crisis (Though Catalog posted my account of struggling with depression http://thoughtcatalog.com/2013/some-suggestions-for-navigating-a-world-thats-110-bad/ )

Our parents, for the most part, were raised coming out of WWII - the focus was on supporting the nation. Growing up they weren't told they could … Read more

Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder voted up Yo Kass' answer

Great question! This is something I've been wondering for quite some time.

I'm turning 28 in 5 days time (I know, I don't look it...) and I kind of feel like I've been going through some sort of quarter life crisis for the past couple of years! 

I don't know if I can speak for … Read more

Kyle Eschenroeder
Kyle Eschenroeder answered Christian Bell-Young's question

There are activities we all need to do to survive - and most of them look nothing like the cubicle labor we associate with work. Most of the times it's a continuation of school-style control. It's soul-sucking at best and pathological at worst.

Okay, maybe that's a tad extreme.

I think the important thing to recognize … Read more