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I’m proud to be a conspiracy theorist!

Today I’m proud to have been called a conspiracy theorist. That means I was just about a year early. Well, you looked down the page, and thought “He’s among his own kind – so there!” It’s fine. As I’ve said a zillion times before ‘truth and reality are my onlyRead More

Success Mindsets

Following up on my recent post What is a Mindset?, I did some more private research on the topic. As was mentioned, there are different kinds of mindsets, in different situations for the same person. Some mindsets may dominate a person across a range of activities. Then I came acrossRead More

Uncomfortable ideas

It’s the name of a book! In the event that you don’t know Dr Bo Bennett, you are expected to jump on the net and start Googling madly. After all, you don’t know who’s who in this world – and everybody out there is a guru of some sort –Read More

Are self-help materials a waste of time?

The way most people will answer the question is like – ‘Well it depends…‘ or ‘They may help some people but not everybody‘. And that right there represents the market for people who will more than likely purchase self-help books (SHB). Now calm down – I’m not saying that SHBsRead More

Audible v Scribd

This is for ‘bookworms’. 👀😂 If others don’t know what this means – tough, Google is not your friend! But I say be cautious. This is not a recommendation to purchase anything. I derive no advantages in the past present or future by sharing the above information.

Is there value in reading books?

It  may sound like a stupid question to some. If you ‘know the answer‘, move on swiftly. This post is motivated by a web-based conversation I had the other night. I mentioned some book in a forum as a reference – not a recommendation to purchase. Someone then responded, withinRead More

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