Category: Philosophy

Stoicism, Not Stillness.

Stoicism is active, it’s a Verb! The “strong silent type” go unnoticed because so few people realize their presence. Being a Stoic is always rewarding, sometimes smart, and only fun on rare occasion.  So, I’ve detailed how and why as a modern Stoic I avoid stillness and inaction! Listen with your eyes. ~>

Cocaine Engagements.

When you see a man snorting a line of coke from on a book cover you pay attention, when the book delivers a detailed roadmap on building quality engagement without the narcotic, you get why Ed Latimore says Engagement Is The New Cocaine!

It’s not all Machiavellian tactics because he does make sure you know that there are certain lines that can’t be crossed, but goes into how to get very, very close! Continue reading

One Square King, One Square Kingdom.

The reports of my global dominance are somewhat overrated.  Still, it seems that way because my ruthless and relentless pursuit of dominance over my immediate squares has been successful.

People exaggerate and extrapolate from there.

I’ve learned to control the square around me, that control gives me immense power, and the ability to control the world. Continue reading

UnBalanced Balance

Balance is a misunderstood tactic and strategy that my mentors taught me to define the way successful men always have. In turn, I pass it on to who I am guiding towards success. On its surface, it’s perceived as the need to be “well rounded” or even worse, a “Jack of All Trades and Master of None”. -> Master ONE!

BitCoin’s Bloody Battles!

By the time you read this, most of your friends will either be greedily buying up more BitCoin than they can afford, or be spitting out pieces of their own teeth covered in blood after the financial curb-stomping they’ve taken and are desperately trying to sell off their BitCoin.

For everyone asking me for a quick tutorial on learning BitCoin fast, I don’t have one. What I have for you here is a complete map of what you need to learn, the long way. Continue reading

Penniless Wealth!

I surround myself with friends who regularly and reliably raise the bar on my being able to conceive of and discuss complex issues; today I woke up to be confronted by Brother Dave armed with an excellent Thought Project!

To paraphrase what he proposed: “Because people can become wealthy with money that belongs to no one’s government, can we gain more than we lose as citizens?” Continue reading