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Courage, Conspiracy and Crime
Early in the 1900’s, the most powerful man in the world of finance was J. Pierpont Morgan. At six feet tall and two hundred pounds,
Anticipate What’s Next
Anyone that works long enough in the business world knows that mistakes happen. There will be setbacks. There will be obstacles. There will be trouble.
Bias Toward Action
Benjamin Franklin was a spectacular generalist. He is what today might be called a multi-hyphenate. His contributions made throughout his life included activities as a
It was December 23, 1783 in Annapolis, Maryland where General Washington surrendered his military commission to Congress. He declared, “Having now finished the work assigned
Practice The Basics
Practice is a must in the world of athletics. If you don’t practice, you won’t win. The military knows proper training can save lives. Rehearsing
The Shortness Of Life
If Seneca could only see us now. I wonder what he would say of all the predictive analysis like the future moves the Fed will
Is It True?
“The longer I watch current events, the more I have come to see how many of our troubles arise from the habit, on all sides,
The Strenuous Life
Theodore Roosevelt was born into one of New York City’s wealthiest families on October 27, 1858. As a boy, he was scrawny, even malnourished, from
Preparedness Of Warriors
Bushido is a complex blend of philosophy and self-discipline from 16th Century Japan known as The Way of the Warrior. At the heart of Bushido
“The difference between the courageous and the cowardly can be seen in everyday life.” Some of you might be surprised to learn that those words
The team at Rite in the Rain has been “defying mother nature since 1916.” Staying in business for 106 years is no joke. To last that
Almost 2,000 years ago Plutarch put out an essay, On Talkativeness, which appeared in Volume VI of the Loeb Classical Library’s edition of the Moralia, first
Keep Strong, Keep Cool
Think back to when you were 19 years old. What were you doing? Sir Basil Henry Liddell Hart was a military historian who at the