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C and C

General and former National Security Advisor HR McMaster in his book “Battlegrounds” mentions the two conflicting forces of change and consistency: diametrically opposed concepts that must be balanced to successfully fight a war.

The Trichotomy of Control

In “A Guide to the Good Life {the ancient art of stoic joy}” William Irvine expands Epictetus’ Dichotomy of Control into a third area in a manner that every professional should harken to, as it is a superior model for how we interact with

90%

Everyone looks at me and assumes I am this perfectly tuned, disciplined machine because I run marathons, win martial arts championships, run a high activity practice and write every day. That I’ve got it all figured out and can

Higher Needs

1954, a book was published that changed the landscape. It pushed psychology into the mainstream, into conversations that happen from middle school through middle age and beyond. It draws from sociology, physiology, and philosophy

This is The Way

“And now, the end is near And so I face, the final curtain.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQzdAsjWGPg Frank Sinatra croons at the start of “My Way”. An anthem to overcoming the odds, to facing the adversity that is