by Peter on Sep 14th 2014

The Ancient Roman gladiators were some lean, mean killing machines. They needed to be since their very lives depended on being in peak physical condition and skilled in many things. For them, fighting was a way of life, which made them very disciplined in their...

by Peter on Sep 13th 2014

Have you ever embarked on a process of self-improvement, yet found yourself frustrated again and again? When you embark on such a journey, it is very easy to come to obstacles on the way. These obstacles can be very frustrating and many times are the primary reason...

by Peter on Sep 1st 2014

The gladiators It’s a hot day. Two men are waiting at the gates of the arena dressed in battle gear, ready for their fight to start. Sweat is flowing down their cheeks and their breathing is becoming heavy. This might be their last day alive. Yet these men...

by Peter on Aug 26th 2014

I remember a while back I watched the movie “Ali” with Will Smith in the title role of Muhammad Ali. It was a powerful movie, especially since it was based on the true life story of one of the most dominating boxers who ever lived. I had known about Muhammad...

by Peter on Aug 24th 2014

This summer I spent some time in Georgia. However this wasn’t your momma’s Georgia. They don’t speak with a southern drawl there. In fact their language is unrelated to any other language that is spoken by any people outside the Caucasus. I did...

by Peter on Aug 22nd 2014

Meta-programs are something that drives the way people behave in the real world. Oftentimes the outward manifestations of these meta-programs are what people describe as “personality”. Traditionally, personality is thought of as being unchanging and if you...

by Peter on Aug 20th 2014

A lot of hardgainers complain how hard it is for them to gain weight. I used to be that way too. Then I started being serious and transformed my skinny frame into a big, muscular body. I don’t get mistaken for the skinny boy anymore! I wrote a free guide...

by Peter on Aug 15th 2014

So can you learn to speak a foreign language in a day? Of course not, but I did run into an interesting article by Joshua Foer on how he “learned to speak a language in a day”. Of course the words “speak” and “day” are very relative as will be explained...

by Peter on Aug 3rd 2014

As a kid, some of my most vivid memories are from the times I would hang out with my grandfathers. Listening to stories of their own lives, visiting historical sites, or just going fishing, are some of the things that we would do. What sticks out the most, are...

by Peter on Jul 26th 2014

Watching the happy faces of the German players after they had won the World Cup, I thought back to my childhood. Once I had dreams of being in their place, enjoying the emotions that they had been experiencing. I too had wanted to be a World Champion, to score...