We’re preparing for a new addition to the family. Thus, weekly blog posting will resume in MArch.
Through blog posts exploring healthy habits, sustainable thinking, and the pursuit of virtue, I want to teach you how to be the best version of yourself.
Today, I want to discuss stress and my techniques for reducing stress.
Today, I want to discuss Up From Slavery, the compelling autobiography by Booker T. Washington.
Today, we are discussing greed. What is greed? Why is it dangerous? How do collectivists use selfishness against the individual?
Courage, Generosity, Industriousness, Discipline, Persistence, Patience, Gratitude, Zeal, Magniminity, Loyalty, Fortitude, Authenticity, and Frugality. Today we cover all the 13 virtues.
This week, we’re going to discuss self-pity, why it sucks, and how to overcome it.
For the last post of the habit series, we’re going to look at rewards, tracking our actions, and providing the motivation necessary to improve our habits.
Today, we will cover habits: how changing your environment improves your good habits and eliminates your bad habits.
For the next few posts, I want to go over habits: how to build better habits, how to overcome bad habits, and how to let your unconscious self build the future you want.
This week, we’re going to discuss emotional control, why it’s crucial you have it, and how to develop it.
This week, I want to talk about complaining, why we do it, and how to stop it.