It’s the single most important question of every man’s life. And, it’s imperative that you know the answer.
Prior to the pandemic , 60% of all employees were working on-site. Then the pandemic lockdowns forced everyone to convert their breakfast table from Snack, Crackle and Pop to Zoom, Teams and Meet.…
In times of despair it’s important to know that everyone struggles through difficult life experiences. Everyone. Life isn’t about avoiding struggle. It’s about how we see those challenges and our…
«“Man is, properly speaking, based upon hope. He has no other possession but hope. This world of his is emphatically the place of hope.”»
I think we can all agree that the goal during our time on Earth is to thrive, so that at the end of the road, we are full of memories and experiences that leave us satisfied with the journey, right?
«The key ingredient is the vision and creativity to seek out memorable and meaningful experiences, even if they happen in your own backyard.»
Imagine a job where you get paid $47 per hour to do nothing. That’s right, nothing. In Japan, a company called Family Romance pays people to literally do nothing.
«lonely people are more likely to experience lower job satisfaction, more infrequent promotions and are more likely to quit within the first six months.»
The simple truth about men is that our thoughts are not that complex. Most men aren’t thinking about other women or nuclear fusion or how to cure pancreatic Cancer.
There are instances when worrying can be constructive. I call it “constructive anxiety.” For example, it can help you prepare for something important, like delivering a speech in front of a large…
«We mistakenly think that the time spent worrying emotionally equips us to handle the future calamities that undoubtedly await us. It doesn’t.»
In pre-modern times people died early and often. The infrequency of death today makes it’s occurrence unfamiliar and uncomfortable. That’s why talking about death is disquieting for us. It’s wholly…
Regret is a cognitive emotional state that involves blaming ourselves for a bad outcome. Like putting hot cheese and chili on your roller-grill hot dog at QT. That’s almost guaranteed to lead to…
«it is often the inaction that leads to long-lasting regrets. Inaction tends to illustrate our failure to live up to our own goals and aspirations»
The importance of delayed gratification is undeniable, in every area of life. Here's why you should build up the discipline to excercise it consistently.
Pretty much everyone wants to be rich—not purely for the sake of money, but for the fragile promise of happiness that comes with being a total baller. But, what does it mean to be rich today? How much…
«In America, Canada and most of Europe our pets sleep in better conditions than many people in other countries.»
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