The Subtle Art of Self-Help

In antiquity, Rome and Greece were self-declared beacons of democracy, civilization, art, and philosophic thought. Nonetheless, they were plagued with problems that any civilization in its infanthood would experience.

Self-help books were at the pinnacle of literature. The most admired thinkers – Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Seneca, Plutarch and Marcus Aurelius – all wrote self-help books, whose aim was to teach us to live and die well. Furthermore, they deployed every resource of intelligence, wit and style in writing their manuals so as to ensure that their messages would delight the intellectual as well as the emotional faculties.

Who Needs Creativity?? You! And Here’s Why.

The lives of prehistoric peoples was mired with obstacles, hindrances, and life threatening situations. An environment full of hostilities and challenges requires the ability and skill to detect, analyze, think, and execute the optimal solution to overcome this challenge. Thus, spears with stone or bone points were used to fight off predators and invaders. InContinue reading “Who Needs Creativity?? You! And Here’s Why.”

What can the Food-Chain Teach us about Capitalism?

If you’re a business just starting out. You’ll be wanting to grow as big and as strong as you can before taking on the ‘Big Leagues.’ It’s a Fish eat Fish World; The Ocean of Business, and if you don’t first gain your strength by eating your fill in the shallows, the ‘Big Open’ isContinue reading “What can the Food-Chain Teach us about Capitalism?”