The “New Rich” didn’t really make me rich, but it did help me automate my business and impact more people. I’m now ready to teach.
In the self-employed world, the “J-word” is blasphemy. But recently I signed the dotted line and committed myself to a full-time job.
The WSJ featured a New York debater who read 300 words per minute, admitted the technique was “ridiculous,” and dropped an F-bomb in frustration. This is NOT debate.
I was the tournament photographer for the Mile High Conquest in Aurora last weekend. Check out my favorite photos.
Our family events of 2017, written once again (back by popular demand!) our 10-year-old, Priscilla.
Nothing is more rewarding than judging at debate tournaments. But admittedly, it can be extremely intimidating. My new videos at MonumentMembers.com/judging lifts that intimidation.
I predicted Roy Moore’s win. Before you call me a fool, hear me out. I based my prediction from a totally different perspective than I ever have before, and I suspect I’ll be more right than wrong in the future.
There is a stone lodged squarely between the eyes of the giant, and you’re about to see it crash to the ground. Then you’re going to witness a beheading. Consider three significant realities unfolding before your eyes.
Analogies aren’t arguments. People think they are, but they aren’t. Here’s a great example of an exchange between two debate teams last weekend.
Recognizing the results of confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance will help make sense in today’s scandals.