3 Mindset Lessons from Derek Jeter

This week, Derek Jeter, New York legend, got the call to the Baseball Hall of Fame. With 99.7% of the…

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5 Interesting Things to Say to a Woman You Just Met

The biggest problem men have when talking to the women they like is that they turn the conversation into a…

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The Ghost in the Shell: Five New Short Stories: Review

Walk around and you probably see more people paying attention to their smartphone screens than their own surroundings. Am I…

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Once War is Let off its Leash, it Cannot be Controlled

In 560 B.C., King Croesus of Lydia, alarmed by the rising power of Persia, asked the Oracles at Delphi and…

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Was 2019 The Year Woke Culture Peaked?

We’re in the last days of the 2010s, and though this decade has witnessed more material prosperity than ever before…

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3 Little Known Persuasion Lessons from Aristotle’s Rhetoric

Aristotle’s Rhetoric begins with a definition: Rhetorical study, in its strict sense, is concerned with the modes of persuasion. But…

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The 2020 Forecast – Episode 3: The Democratic Quagmire

Like you, I’ve watched with amusement as the Democrats, frothing with a still-waxing derangement, have stumbled into tar pit after…

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The Battle of the Metaurus: The Day that Saved Rome?

It’s 207 BC. For 11 years, Hannibal has rampaged in Italy, slaughtering Romans with fire and sword. He is already…

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What is Most Important To You?

What you ask yourself is what you will be. Ask yourself nothing, and operate on your brain’s autopilot, and you’re…

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