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The Ascetic Habits of Saint Paisios

Saint Paisios, also known as Elder Paisios of Mount Athos, died in 1994 and was canonized (recognized as a saint) in 2015. That makes him not only one of the most recent figures to be granted sainthood by the Orthodox Christian Church, but also one of the fastest to...

How David Goggins Used Pain to Create an Unstoppable Mind

There’s tough – and then there’s David Goggins. Running an ultramarathon is tough. Goggins ran his first one without even training, completing the last 30 miles of the 100-mile race with all of the metatarsal bones in both feet broken. Going through Navy SEAL Hell...

How Coach K Wins with Unbeatable Habits

With over 1,100 career wins, Mike Krzyzewski – or Coach K, for short – is the winningest coach in college basketball history. In fact, no other men’s coach has even cracked 1,000. Most of those wins came with Duke, where Coach K has been the head coach since 1980. In...

Keep Your Habits in Check Like Magnus Carlsen

At age 13, Magnus Carlsen became the youngest ever chess Grandmaster. By the time he was 19, he was also the youngest player to be ranked #1 in the world. A few years later, he won his first world championship, and in 2014, he obtained the FIDE rank of 2882. Why is...

How to Compose Your Daily Routine Like Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven, the man and composer, lived from 1770 to 1827 – but his music has carried on through the centuries. Nearly two hundred years after his death, he remains one of the most influential and popular musicians of all-time. Almost all of us are familiar...

The Creativity Supporting Personal Habits of Haruki Murakami

With a style that blends Japanese settings with Western pop culture references, novelist Haruki Murakami has developed a massive following, both at home and abroad. His most popular work to date, Norwegian Wood, has sold over 10 million copies. And all of his major...

How Gary Vaynerchuk Practices Empathy

Gary Vaynerchuk – or Gary Vee, as the kids call him – is one of the most recognizable faces on social media. He’s got millions of followers on Instagram, Youtube, Twitter, you name it, where he cranks out posts, videos, and articles on a daily basis. He’s parlayed...

How Ryan Holiday Optimizes His Productivity

Ryan Holiday is a best-selling author and media strategist who found himself drawn to the concepts of marketing and ancient philosophy. Dropping out of college at age 19, Holiday has since released seven books, becoming a trusted voice in the two very different...

Tom Brady’s Habits for a Healthy Body and Mind

Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying that Tom Brady’s one of the most recognized and accomplished athletes in the world. His three NFL MVPs, fourteen Pro Bowls, and record-setting five Super Bowl championships have earned him a reputation as one of, if...

Use Jerry Seinfeld’s Productivity Habits to Get More Done

Legendary stand-up comedian, writer, and producer Jerry Seinfeld is most recognized for the TV show ‘Seinfeld’ which aired between 1988 and 1998. The sitcom ran for 9 seasons and was the highest-rated television show in the United States when the finale aired which...

How David Goggins Used Pain to Create an Unstoppable Mind

by | April 1, 2019

There’s tough – and then there’s David Goggins. Running an ultramarathon is tough. Goggins ran his first one without even training, completing the last 30 miles of the 100-mile race with all of the metatarsal bones in both feet broken. Going through Navy SEAL Hell Week is tough. Goggins did it three times, with a […]

Keep Your Habits in Check Like Magnus Carlsen

by | March 1, 2019

At age 13, Magnus Carlsen became the youngest ever chess Grandmaster. By the time he was 19, he was also the youngest player to be ranked #1 in the world. A few years later, he won his first world championship, and in 2014, he obtained the FIDE rank of 2882. Why is that ranking significant? […]

The Creativity Supporting Personal Habits of Haruki Murakami

by | February 19, 2019

With a style that blends Japanese settings with Western pop culture references, novelist Haruki Murakami has developed a massive following, both at home and abroad. His most popular work to date, Norwegian Wood, has sold over 10 million copies. And all of his major works have broken the one million mark. He’s also received countless […]

How Ryan Holiday Optimizes His Productivity

by | February 6, 2019

Ryan Holiday is a best-selling author and media strategist who found himself drawn to the concepts of marketing and ancient philosophy. Dropping out of college at age 19, Holiday has since released seven books, becoming a trusted voice in the two very different worlds. He’s the ex-marketing director at American Apparel (causing a bit of a […]

Use Jerry Seinfeld’s Productivity Habits to Get More Done

by | November 26, 2018

Legendary stand-up comedian, writer, and producer Jerry Seinfeld is most recognized for the TV show ‘Seinfeld’ which aired between 1988 and 1998. The sitcom ran for 9 seasons and was the highest-rated television show in the United States when the finale aired which drew in over 76 million viewers. The show helped Mr. Seinfeld amass a net […]

How Ray Dalio Makes Progress Through Reflection

by | November 26, 2018

Even for those remotely associated with the financial world, the name Ray Dalio is a familiar one. He’s the Founder of Bridgewater Associates – the world’s largest hedge fund with $160bn in assets under management. Dalio launched Bridgewater from his apartment in New York in 1975, and over the course of the last four decades he has […]

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