We Do Not Labor That We May Be Idle

From Nicomachean Ethics, c. 350 B.C. By Aristotle We do not labor that we may be idle; but, as Anarchis justly said, we are idle that we may labor with more effect; that is, we have recourse to sports and amusements as refreshing cordials after contentious exertions, that, having reposed in such diversions for a … Continue reading We Do Not Labor That We May Be Idle

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The Power Of Compounding: You Can Achieve Anything, If You Stop Trying To Do Everything

The Power Of Compounding: You Can Achieve Anything, If You Stop Trying To Do Everything | Repost ~Darius Foroux Editor's Note: As Darius points out in his post, the central theme, though universal, came from the book, The One Thing. Another great read on the power of compounding efforts is, The Slight Edge, by Jeff … Continue reading The Power Of Compounding: You Can Achieve Anything, If You Stop Trying To Do Everything