Boris Johnson: Clown or Genius?

Recently, Britain got a new prime minister, the former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. It came during a time of…

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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 Simulation Hypothesis: Can You Take Advantage of It?

You might be aware of the so-called “simulation hypothesis.” To put it in absurdly simple terms, the postulation is that…

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Act, Don’t React

I dropped my belief in free will long ago, many years before I became familiar with the rules of persuasion.…

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He Who Endures the Most Unfairness, Wins

People tend to make excuses to avoid work or hardship, a phenomenon that I call the Excuse Demon. One of…

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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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4 Traits of Highly Successful People

The great names in history may have came from different fields, but they shared something in common – they all…

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The 33 Strategies of War: Review

Warfare isn’t a brutal activity that exists in a vacuum. It stems from the human mind and all the emotions…

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How Does Thanksgiving Figure into the Masculine Lifestyle?

“Stop looking at what you want. Be thankful for what you have!” That’s the phraseology you hear more or less…

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