Ryan Turpin

Content Strategist, Writer, Analogical Specialist

https://www.rtturpin.com/
Drawing on a diverse background of skills and experiences to search for and understand cross-boundary connections in biology, business, and human relations, Ryan is a freelancer and ghostwriter with a passion for promoting analogical thinking. Published on Forbes, Inc., CNBC, and more, his areas of interest include psychology, emotional intelligence, and creativity. Ryan enjoys contributing to Thrive Global as a way of sharing his experiences and hopefully enriching the lives of readers.
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These 3 intrinsic qualities make trying new sports my favorite form of therapy

by Ryan Turpin
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There’s 1 Question About Happiness That We’ve Really Gotta Stop Asking…

by Ryan Turpin
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Online Video Games Can Be Emotionally Damaging Territory for Kids. Here’s Why You Should Let Them Play Anyway

by Ryan Turpin
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Gratitude Journals Never Worked For Me. Here’s What Did.

by Ryan Turpin
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Figuring Out How to Make Salads Taught Me An Important Life Lesson

by Ryan Turpin
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The 332-Year-Old Secret That Explains Why You Can’t Seem to Change Your Habits

by Ryan Turpin

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