Most of us have, at some point in our lives, felt busy all day then realized we have actually done very little. This is very natural in this day and age for we live in a society that rewards distraction and overcommitment with social status. Here are two simple ways you can increase your productivity by hacking away the unnecessary. Continue reading “2 Ways To Do More By Doing Less”
Like I said in my first post, journaling is quite the useful habit. Benjamin Franklin, whom I’ll reference throughout the rest of this post, realized that he could not be virtuous by just keeping a mental memory of what he should and should not do. This lead him to write down the virtues he wished to emulate. Like Mr. Franklin, every man should, at one point in his life, attempt the bold and arduous task of achieving moral perfection. Continue reading “How to be More Virtuous by Journaling”
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One of the cardinal virtues of the Stoics was temperance, which means moderation and restraint, as in behavior and expression. It is especially important to practice this virtue when it comes to pornography. Think about it, with high speed internet you are able to find a video in mere microseconds, climax within minutes, and repeat the process how ever much you choose. Do you really think it is natural to live like this? Unless you’re Genghis Khan, no. Porn makes anyone who watches it compulsive and many times even gets them addicted. Continue reading “5 Reasons You Should Stop Watching Porn”
In spirit of the beginning of 2017, I believe that it would be beneficial to go over resolutions, or rather daily schedule changes, that have worked for myself as well prominent figures like Socrates, Marcus Aurelius, Benjamin Franklin and Theodore Roosevelt. A critical trait of resolutions is that they are to be performed and tracked on a regular basis, whether weekly or daily.