Today we are prone to too many interruptions to approach our potential level of productivity
Dial down the level of enticement that otherwise surrounds you to maintain effectiveness and to have more of a life
The Nobel Peace Prize, Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmys, Tonys, American Book Awards, and Pulitzer Prizes invariably go to liberals.
It can be well worth your time to discover a good place off the beaten track
Identify the people who are doing a good job for you, and it will help enormously in finding more of the same
The Left loves the idea of total authority and of imposing its will on all of us, forevermore
If you try, you can find at least one thing admirable in everyone you meet.
More people die annually from choking on food than in plane crashes or by guns, but mass shootings and deaths make for great footage
On every continent, in every nation, for all of human history, “good” people and “bad” people have existed
Critical Race Theory is stereotyping on a grand scale disguised as something supposedly high-minded; it is not
It makes sense for each of us, periodically, to take a deep breath and slow down a bit
Focus on the long-term to give yourself the opportunity to consider humanity from a better vantage point
Leftist factions within the U.S. would like to bring it down and burn the entire country to the ground
Those who feel like they have work-life balance are better off than those who might actually have it but don’t perceive themselves to have it
Professionals who can micro-task are in demand; multitaskers are doing themselves and their organizations a disservice.
Those who say they've faced discrimination because of skin color often take little responsibility for their behavior
Taking a few minutes out of a hectic day can spell the difference between frenzy and tranquility
Naps are better than caffeine for improving verbal memory, motor skills, and perceptual learning
The origins of today's Leftist, slanted news can be traced in part to William Randolph Hearst
O, to be able to walk without concern, to have good vision, to be able to lift things, to throw a ball, or to traverse stairs
In the end, your life largely will be what you make it
How to make smarter decisions when you don't have all the facts (which is nearly all the time)
We can self-diagnose and act upon what ails us more effectively than any generation before us.
When they first assume office, politicians even with the best of intentions can run afoul in many ways.
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