Who You Can Trust in 2020

It’s safe to say that a lot of “expert” figures have proven themselves less than trustworthy in 2020. That they’ve…

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How to Keep Your Morale in an Age of Mass Panic

Like you, I have watched the ongoing Chinese coronavirus situation with dismay and no small loss of morale. But the…

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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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You Don’t Have All The Time In The World

A few days ago, I learned that a member of my other project, the OBD Wiki, had died. The cause…

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Can You Make Your Daily Routines More Exciting?

Routines take shape and stick with us because they usually work. We stumble on something, refine the behavior, and perfect…

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How to Know When You’ve Strayed from Your Purpose

Modern technology provides more distractions than ever before. There’s no use in trying to avoid this fact.  You’re going to…

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The Importance of Masculine Role Models

This is a guest post by Jack at Road to Solidity. He blogs about masculinity with an emphasis on attraction…

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Success Doesn’t Come Gradually, But in a Sudden Burst After Long Stagnation

At the turn of the 20th century, medicine wasn’t far advanced. Things had gotten better, true. The advances of the…

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Why You Should Start Every Year by Reading a Biography

If you’re making goals, you’re probably not meeting most of them. A systems-based approach to life (where you combine useful…

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How to Make Every Year Feel Like Your Best

The past couple of year have, objectively, been better for me than earlier ones. So why don’t they feel as…

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