by Peter on Dec 1st 2014

How often do you visit your relatives? I don’t mean your parents or your brother. I mean people like Aunt Sally or grandma’s cousin Aunt Beth or a myriad of other distant relatives. Probably once in a blue moon. You drive up to their house, get out...

by Peter on Nov 23rd 2014

Humor is a powerful thing. The person who wields it can change the moods of the people around him just by using a simple word or phrase. Humor can serve as a tremendous weapon, one that can circumvent the outer defenses of others and capture hearts and minds. It...

by Peter on Nov 16th 2014

Being funny is a very important asset that you need to have. However not everyone knows how to deliver a joke properly. I recently read a great book on this titled “Comedy Writing Secrets” by Melvin Helitzer. In the book, Helitzer breaks down the...

by Peter on Nov 9th 2014

Your lifting routine should ideally consist of a few basic exercises that will give you the biggest bang for your buck. If you want to bulk up, gain weight and just gain loads of muscle, then your training needs to be focused. If you are a beginner or an intermediate...

by Peter on Nov 5th 2014

Way before Mystery, Style and Tyler Durden, even millenia before Don Juan and Casanova, there was Ovid and his “Ars Amatoria”, which could be translated into English as “The Art of Love”. This was the premier textbook of Ancient Rome on...

by Peter on Nov 2nd 2014

So what are the results so far of my end of year challenge after one month? At the beginning of October I set out a little challenge for myself to work on my self-discipline. The challenge had both a body and a mind component. The body component consists of going...

by Peter on Oct 25th 2014

Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Picture one of those times. You were sitting in a meeting, looked around at all the people sitting around the desk and asked yourself: “What am I doing here? When will they finally discover that I am a fraud?” You...

by Peter on Oct 4th 2014

When we were younger, we all had hopes and dreams of living a spectacular life and actually making a difference in the world. However as we grow up, we end up settling for leading a mediocre life. We end up living in a very predictable routine, waking up in the...

by Peter on Oct 1st 2014

    I am embarking on a new personal end of year challenge. Since the quote “a good mind in a healthy body” is my personal motto, my personal challenge will have both a body and a mind component. The challenge here will be to be consistent...

by Peter on Sep 14th 2014

The Ancient Roman gladiators were some lean, mean killing machines. Fightning was their way of life, the very essence of their being. This gave them an unwavering strength and a tremendous drive and determination. If they wanted to be a champion, they could not...