So according to the talking heads we’re living in something called a “gig economy” I’m not entirely sure what that means but apparently it has something to do with people’s jobs being of a much more temporary nature. Where you work for a contract then once it’s up you move on to the next job, sort of like a contract killer but probably not as fun. Because of this incomes are not nearly as stable as they once were.
Combine this with corporate America becoming more and more dominated by crazy political correctness, petty office politics, and HR ladies (fun right?), all of this has strangely led to people questing if they want to be a wage slave for the rest of their life or perhaps that there is something better out there. Perhaps the grass is in fact greener on the other side. Continue reading “How To Start A Profitable Business Without Breaking The Bank”
So it’s another weekend and your kid is clinging to your pants leg, begging you for money to buy that candy bar/toy/video game they’ve had their eye on. It’s something every parent experiences often before your child can even talk (no joke, my kids were pointing at the animal cracker boxes at the grocery store before the age of 2).
Rather than treating this as an annoyance, instead look at it as an opportunity to foster the entrepreneurial spirit in your child. Continue reading “Fostering the Entrepreneurial Spirit in Your Child”
This is the introduction to a multi-post series I will revisit in the future.
I recently stumbled upon a set of principles that Ben Franklin used to develop his character at age 20. He actually developed a system and carried a card around with each of the virtues on it, along with a check box for each of the week. Each time he disobeyed a virtue, he’d check it off for that day. Today I’ll go over each virtue, and how it relates to our modern day, as well as red pill theory and life as a whole.
Continue reading “13 Daily Virtues: Introduction”
“The battles that count aren’t the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself – the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us – that’s where it’s at.”
For countless millennia, men have waged war. We have sacrificed blood, sweat, tears, time with loved ones, and often our very lives all to ensure a brighter future for our descendants. Over the many thousands of years of bitter conflict, we adapted – no, adapted isn’t accurate…
Continue reading “Don Your Armor”