Discover – Intellectual Rigor


  • Give and You Shall Receive - There is no greater purpose in life than serving others. Through these experiences, you will find that your giving is not unidirectional. Reciprocation of your positive intentions are realized in the form of new perspectives, relationships and skills. Read about an example of giving and the realizations that came with it.
  • 5 Tools to Make You a Better Leader - Develop your leadership skills and understand how to motivate others and catalyze change.
  • Simple Advice from the author of “Getting Things Done” - Understand the framework conveyed in "Getting Things Done" by author, David Allen. Read about practical advice he gave me for development of Reciprocity Wellness.
  • A Natural example of Delayed Realization of Value - Patience is required to grow into something that is perceived as valuable. Consistent attention to developmental areas results in creation of value.
  • 4 Insights You Should Understand about Patience - Anxiety and stress can be controlled through positive thought and concentrated calmness.
  • How to Approach Holistic Self-Improvement - Use Think and Grow Rich's principle to habituate progress towards goals and personal holistic improvment.
  • Finding Happiness in Simplicity - Develop a perspective that enables a positive outlook on your experiences. Appreciate life for the little things. Find and harness positive energy through objective observation and increased awareness.
  • From Thought, to Action, to Progress - Learn that productivity is realized when action is taken. Too much thought limits personal action that advances us towards our goals.
  • A Simple 6 Step Meditation - Practice connectedness and presence in this simple 6 step meditation
  • The Reciprocity Theory - Reciprocity wellness is the practice of mindfulness and positive thinking in all of your experiences. You set an example by engaging in daily activities this way. The Reciprocity Community answers the question: What Can I Do to Be Well?