Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations: Review

They kill, they cut in pieces, they hunt with curses. What relevance has this to keeping your mind pure, sane,…

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The Laws of Human Nature: Review

Robert Greene is famous for his books on strategy and social structures, most notably The 48 Laws of Power. In…

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Sun Tzu: The Art of War: Review

For some reason, I hadn’t read Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in years. I’d forgotten a few things about…

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Win Bigly: Review

More than anyone else besides the man himself, Dilbert creator Scott Adams gained notoriety from Donald Trump’s “unexpected” election win.…

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Writing Without Bullshit: Review

Bullshit is everywhere…and you’re writing it. Write like you always have and you’ll get few readers indeed. How do you…

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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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SEO Step by Step: Review

Sadly, Google is one of the most powerful institutions in the world. It’s now the filter through which we view…

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The Conspiracy of Catiline and The War of Jugurtha: Review

Foreign wars sabotaged by a great country’s own elites. Lusting for gold and blinded by greed, they put their short…

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Pre-Suasion: Review

Ask people in the know: “who do you think is the most influential persuasion professional of the past 30 years?”…

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