You’d love for your teenager to listen to this show and learn some life advice by proxy instead of having to endure it in real time like you did, but it seems unlikely. Why are teenagers so stubbornly opposed to parental wisdom? We can’t say for sure, but we do have some tricks for making them follow good advice against their own bratty proclivities.
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On This Week’s Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- When your main squeeze is giving you the turd degree for having one crappy day, perhaps something else stinks about your relationship. Should you dump them?
- Your professor drops your final grade if you don’t bring a doctor’s note for absences, but doesn’t suffer consequences when they miss a class. Should you bring up this double standard?
- Your significant other failed classes early in school thanks to social anxiety, but has since improved. Is it dishonest to prop up a low GPA on a resume by specifying the higher GPA of their major?
- How do you impart what you’ve learned from this show to your teenager, who is unlikely to listen to the show directly?
- Is it worth cultivating one-sided friendship with people who seem only interested in talking about themselves and their problems?
- Life Pro Tip: It might seem common knowledge, but make proper backups of all your data — not once a year but at least once a month.
- Recommendations of the Week: Business of Being Born and Good Fortune
- A quick shoutout to Jackie Jones!
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- Connect with Jason on Twitter at @jpdef and Instagram at @JPD, and check out his other show: Grumpy Old Geeks.
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Resources from This Episode:
- Reid Hoffman | Mastering Your Scale for the Unexpected Part One, TJHS 207
- Reid Hoffman | Mastering Your Scale for the Unexpected Part Two, TJHS 208
- How to Use Embarrassment to Your Advantage by Jordan Harbinger
- Everybody Poops. But Here Are 9 Surprising Facts about Feces You May Not Know. by Joseph Stromberg, Vox
- Scott Galloway | Solving the Algebra of Happiness, TJHS 204
- NYU Stern Professor’s Advice to Student: Get Your S— Together by Mariana Simoes, Business Insider
- Science Figures Out Why Teenagers Are Stupid by Mike Fahey, Kotaku
- The Very Best Faygo Flavors, Ranked, Ranker Food
- Mike Rowe: Don’t Pursue Your Passion. Chase Opportunity. by Jason Fell, Entrepreneur
- One-Sided Friendship: 15 Clear Signs It’s Time to Cut Them Loose by Natasha Ivanovic, LovePanky
- Carbon Copy Cloner
- Google Drive
- Business of Being Born
- Good Fortune
- Handsome Dan, Wayne’s World 2