In order to make an impact on this world, you have to take massive action and work super hard. In this video, we get to hear from Elon Musk and what he says about hard work. He has been said to be one of the greatest entrepreneurs in our generation,
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Since last March, when he launched People's Rights -- which he describes as "neighborhood watch on steroids" -- the organization has attracted tens of thousands of members and sponsored more than 50 demonstrations across the country, dispatch
The Gaff Topsail Halyard Bend/Hitch is useful when using a tarp and 550 paracord for lightweight camping. Here's an illustrated guide to tying it.
Matt Ridley and I discuss, among other topics, economic optimism, trade through the reciprocity of nations, enlightened self-interest, virtues relation to trade, feeding nine billion people, the triumphs of cities, escape of Malthusian population tra
For episode 5, season 4 of the Jordan B. Peterson Podcast, my daughter, @MikhailaPeterson and I spoke with @MarkManson, the best-selling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, and more recently, Everything Is F*cked: A Book about Hope (which
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At some moments in our lives, we feel depressed or "low" from something that happened to us. We might suffer a defeat on the sporting field. At some juncture, we may grieve our circumstance in a hopeless job or situation.
...or at least be capable of being self reliant
James Corbett (Corbett Report) comes on the show to focus on the solutions for this new year, GameStop, Domestic Terrorism, Survival Currency, etc...Begins at 7 pm EST Wednesday February 3rd, 2021; MP4 will be posted after the podcast.
In this Tim and John Episode, we interview the Leader of the Libertarian Party in Canada, Tim Moen. Tim talks about his experience with the "pandemic" as a firefighter and insights into being a first responder. His wife is also an ER nurse.
Here are the full unedited audio recordings of the interviews my daughter @Mikhaila Peterson? and I recently undertook with Decca Aitkenhead of the Times -
James joins Ernest Hancock on the Declare Your Independence radio show to discuss how we can shift the conversation from what "they" are doing to us to what we can do for ourselves, and, more importantly, why we are fighting in the first place.
You see posters of what they would rather being doing: windsurfing, skiing, sunbathing on a beach in the Caribbean, scuba diving, dancing, mountain climbing, camping, rafting, bicycling and a dozen other activities they would rather be living.
Depending on whether you live in the right climate, ice fishing might be an important food acquisition skill to add to your arsenal. Here's some expert advice on how to do it safely.
You may plant a seed within your mind to bring thought to form. You may inject an idea into the universal "mind" to germinate throughout the winter, which in turn may birth in the spring. Make a stand in your mind.
Governemnt is the problem...
If you're looking for natural pain relief from sore muscles, tension headaches, or bumps and bruises, arnica may be the answer. This "no more pain" arnica salve recipe is great to have on hand to help ease the pain.
Mike Lindell, founder and CEO of MyPillow, told NTD on Tuesday that some groups are forcing retailers to delist his products and that Americans "have to stand up" against cancel culture.
Some people are stocking up on ammunition, which is never a bad idea as ammo retains its value better than gold or silver and - unlike gold and silver- is actually useful in and of itself.
Some great philosopher said, "We find two wolves fighting in our minds. The good wolf and the bad wolf." A student asked, "Which one wins?" The teacher said, "The one you feed."
Learn about Jared's veggie box model and how he has adapted it over time to overcome any crisis.
In this video, we give you an important news update as well as an interview about food insecurity and how to solve the problem.
Lots of people worry. They fret, agonize, fuss and fume over something that hasn't happened, might not happen or never will happen.
Your friendships may revolve around a beer, wine or dancing. You might go for a walk, a bicycle ride or the movies. You might backpack, ski or raft a river. You share moments of danger, serenity or wonder at a sunset.
"You can't wait for inspiration, you have to go after it with a club" – Jack London
Long ago, using such inspiration, Michelangelo declared, "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set it free."
"The masses of men live lives of quiet desperation," said Henry David Thoreau. You can change that into living an exciting life of purpose, passion and high energy.
There's been a mass exodus from cities to rural locations this year and as winter sets in, a lot of former city dwellers may be in for some surprises. Here's what I learned when I moved to the Algonquin Forest for a year, straight from the city.