The Great Conversation: Aristotle on Friendship

Aristotle, with his common sense approach to problems, frequently states the seemingly obvious. He makes points which on the surface don’t seem revolutionary, but they are shrewd and insightful enough to crystalize truths that, otherwise, would be difficult to articulate. ...

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Keiko: To Meditate Upon The Old

A couple weeks ago, I made a post entitled Goal Are For Losers, commenting on Scott Adams’ essay in the Wall Street Journal, Scott Adams’ Secret of Success: Failure, in which Adams posits: To put it bluntly, goals are for losers. ...

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Law Schools: “Give Me Your Weak…”

Over at The Legal Whiteboard, Jerry Organ has taken my initial observation about the decline in law school applications from elite universities and run with it. In a series of posts titled Understanding Trends in Demographics of Law Students (Parts One and Two), ...

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The Type of People Who Should Not Buy My Book

As strange as this might sound, there are some people who should not buy my book. It’s not for everyone. I knew this while I was writing it. Last week over at Consultant’s Mind there was a post entitled Two kinds ...

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Goals Are For Losers

Scott Adams in an excerpt from his new book that appeared in the Wall Street Journal: To put it bluntly, goals are for losers. That’s literally true most of the time. For example, if your goal is to lose 10 ...

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