• How Work Got Good: Safer, More Interesting, More Intense

    How Work Got Good: Safer, More Interesting, More Intense

    Steve Jobs recruited Pepsi’s John Sculley to Apple by asking him if he wanted to spend his life selling sugared water or if he wanted “a chance to change the world.” Sculley took the chance. In all his enterprises, Jobs offered his employees the same. They were on an intense mission, where much was asked …
  • Interview with Stephen Hicks: Only You Can Control What Your Fate Is, Start Working Towards A Better Tomorrow!

    Interview with Stephen Hicks: Only You Can Control What Your Fate Is, Start Working Towards A Better Tomorrow!

    Grégoire Canlorbe: According to a popular opinion, left to its own devices, capitalism inevitably tends to a monopoly economy. An economy in which there is no competition. In a monopoly environment, the dominant companies can freeze competition and entrepreneurial initiative. In this regard, any monopoly is problematic, even the monopoly of the local baker or …
  • “Why Me?” Is the Wrong Question to Ask Yourself. Ask This Instead

    “Why Me?” Is the Wrong Question to Ask Yourself. Ask This Instead

    Tragedy befalls us all at some point in life, so asking “Why me?” is a self-centered perspective, which is not indicative of the bigger picture. Many times in life, I have asked myself, “Why me?” When experiencing tragedy and hardship in a world where it seems like you suffer more than others, this is an …
  • How do people leave Congress as multimillionaires?

    How do people leave Congress as multimillionaires?

    Public service is supposed to be just that — a service. So why do so many members of Congress end up among the wealthiest Americans? That’s the question Mike from Wisconsin posed before a state legislative committee. “We know the federal government is out of control. Term limits are extremely important. They go in, and …
  • The Best Revenge is Success!

    The Best Revenge is Success!

    Ayn Rand called envy “so inhuman an emotion that those who feel it seldom dare admit it even to themselves…. That emotion is: hatred of the good for being the good.” We wanted to capture that inhumane, anti-human force in a narrative expression, and thus personified it as a super-villain in this Draw My Life …
  • The coronavirus is exposing many politicians' second rate minds.

    The coronavirus is exposing many politicians' second rate minds.

    “We didn’t fight for freedom in this country so that I, Gavin Newsom–A second-rate mind, who has never thought any issue through,” Hear Dennis’ analysis of the governor of California: Read More: How do people leave Congress as multimillionaires? Coronavirus Means the Era of Big Government Is…Back “Why Me?” Is the Wrong Question to Ask …
  • How the movie ‘Contagion’ perfectly predicted the 2020 Chinese virus outbreak

    How the movie ‘Contagion’ perfectly predicted the 2020 Chinese virus outbreak

    The COVID-19 crisis caught a lot of people flat-footed — including an alarming number of people in government — but to anyone who’s seen “Contagion,” this all seems a bit like deja vu. The drama, which hit theaters in 2011, is about a regular family man (Matt Damon) trying to navigate a partial societal collapse …