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Hi, I have a blog called League Of Hustlers ( http://leagueofhustlers.blogspot.co.uk/ ) and I wonder if it would be possible for me to use some of your posts from your blog, with your permission of course.
I would link to the original posts, as well as the home page of your blog, and anything else that you would like a link to (youtube channel, social media, etc). Thanks.
I would prefer not to have the entire articles reposted, but you can quote passages and stuff from my articles no problem (with links to the original articles of course 🙂 ). That way when you also add your own commentary it also makes your own blog stronger. Good luck and let me know which articles you would like to take passages from.
i have been reading your articles for a long time. great job writing them. i am using one of your articles about a renaissance man, but before using it need to make sure that the source i am using is credible and the author is known. which is why i need your last name, and the sources where you got all of this information from.
I wrote that article on the Renaissance Man a long time ago 🙂
One of the books, I used was “How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day” by Michael Gelb. Then there were all kinds of other books I have read throughout my life that have dealt with history and creativity and other things. Other books are an old book by Baldassare Castiglione called “The Book of the Courtier”. Another book is “Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Munger” by Peter Bevelin. For the growth mindset, I read “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success” by Carol Dweck.
For my name you can use Peter Burns. Have a look through all the other articles I have written, you might find them interesting. If you have more questions, let me know.
Hi Peter, thank you for sharing your story thus far and the vision for the blog. I found the content to be tremendously entertaining and insightful. What is an email I can reach out to you directly to discuss the potential of collaboration, since the “contact form” on the blog, doesn’t seem to be working.
Thanks for the kind words! The problem might be that I haven’t been checking my email lately, since I have been busy with work and stuff. I will try to check it as soon as things become less hectic. Hopefully I will crank out a post as well at some point. I will try to get back to you as soon as I can.
Hi Peter, I love your work, I’m actually doing a science project about your chimpanzee article and it would be so very helpful to know your full name
Hey Leopold…that’s great to hear! Thanks for that! Unfortunately I am trying to guard my privacy and use a pen name. 🙂
I’m actually doing a work based on your Alpha males in chimpanzees. and I would like to ask just a few questions.
I just wanted to ask you, what is this site for? what was the purpose of the article about chimpanzees?, who researched The chimpanzees? and also generally about this site and its purpose and history.
Thank you so much for all of this: Somebody (lol)
Thank you so much for all of this: Somebody
Hi… well I have been reading a lot about human behavior and things like behavioral psychology and evolutionary psychology and with this article I tried to go to the sources of human behavior by looking at the behavior of our close cousins the chimpanzees. Of course the chimps are not a perfect analogy for humans, there are some differences (namely speech within humans and the way more advanced culture), but there are enough parallels that this does shed a lot of light on how and why humans behave the way they do. The people who researched the chimpanzees are various researchers (like Jane Goodall). I make many references to the different researchers and the books they wrote within the articles.
As for the purpose of this site: Well it is a personal site where I tried to share things that I find interesting and could be beneficial to other people. It started as a fitness site, but then I switched over to other topics. Now the focus is on trying to promote the notion of people becoming Renaissance Men, meaning people with a wide variety of interests and abilities in different fields, that they can then use in their daily life and work.
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