Month: January 2020

Knowledge is Worthless

“Knowledge is power,” as the famous quote reads – as if to say acquiring knowledge is the key to creating an extraordinary life for oneself. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but knowledge, if not coupled with its partner in success: application, is as valuable as the piece of shit that is […]


For the most part, all damaging outcomes stem from choosing to lead a busy life. The multiple sports you play which have resulted in injury. The affair you’re having which will only end in heartbreak. The two jobs you work which steals time away from your children. The three businesses you run which leave you […]

Healthy Thoughts

Ever since I was a young boy, I have always lived my life in the fast lane – failing to capture the precious moments of stillness and silence between the ever-changing colours at the stoplight of life. When I would sit down for a meal, I would devour my food as if I were the […]

The Pursuit of Unhappiness

The pursuit of happiness has the ability to misguide those who aspire to embark on it in a number of unsettling directions. For me, the hoax disguised as happiness presented in the form of material possessions. I once believed that in order for me to be happy, I had to devote all of my time […]

I Have Enough

Here I lay, huddled under the blankets of my bed whilst reading my book. My body is at rest but my mind is restless; a battle that I am all too familiar with. Here I find myself spectating upon my life from a great height (something I believe we should all put into practice from […]

The Present Moment

The digital age, despite the wagon of conveniences that it continues to cart our way, is becoming increasingly toxic to our daily lives. Yes, the smartphone allows us to connect with people all around the world at any time of the day or night. Connectivity is a wonderful thing. But during those connective periods, we […]

I’m an Entrepreneur

Have you ever wanted to become an entrepreneur? If so, and you have not done so yet, now is your chance. Calling yourself an entrepreneur in our modern age is as common as rats roaming the streets during The Great Plague of London. Andrew who sells an online course teaching people how to build guns […]