Rule #62. The sharp tool cuts best. Abraham Lincoln supposedly said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I shall spend the first four sharpening the axe.” The attribution doesn’t seem to hold weight, but the sentiment does; when it comes to cutting, the sharp tool does the best work. I always carry a pocket knife on… Read more »
Rule #61. Be passionate. Why is it that in this amazing world we live in, it’s so easy to get apathetic? Why do we become complacent? Why do we get bored? Honestly, most of it comes down to attitude. You can’t always control your circumstances, but you can control your reaction to them. That’s why the cure for boredom is,… Read more »
Rule #48. There is no “new you.” Every year, on January 1st, hundreds of thousands of people decide that they’re going to change. No longer will they be the same person they’ve always been. Oh no, not this year! This year (whatever year it may be) everything changes. We’ve even got a nice turn of phrase for it, “New year,… Read more »
Rule #29. Learn, train, and improve.
This is how you become the better version of yourself.
Rule #28. Trust your gut.
Your intuition can lead you where you need to go and keep you out of harms way.