According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), about 18% of Americans adults have some kind of anxiety disorder each year. That means 1 in 5 adults has anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, or a phobia. That is a large chunk of the population. Continue reading Why Are People Depressed? Part I: How Modern Life Causes More Anxiety
Colleges have been important institutions for hundreds of years, since the first universities built by the ancient Greeks. They are centers for higher learning where you expand on your knowledge from high school and learn new information that can land you a good job. They have been valuable for hundreds of years… until now. Continue reading Is College a Scam?
One of my new favorite shows is Mad Men, a show about a group of men and women who work for a 1960’s marketing agency on the famous Madison Avenue in New York City. It is an excellent show that highlights the culture and sometimes absurdity of that decade. The biggest thing I think about, however, is the huge difference between how marketing was done back then and now. Continue reading The New Era of Digital Marketing