How to Develop Mental Endurance and Strength

By Remez Sasson We all face various challenges each day, at home, at work, at the store and on the street. Many of them are just minor challenges, with which we deal automatically and easily, but some of them require strategy, thinking and mental endurance. You need mental endurance if you work in an uncongenial environment,Continue reading “How to Develop Mental Endurance and Strength”

Genghis Khan’s Elixir

By Mark Weeks – Author of Code of the Conqueror – The Journey Many, many blood-thirsty moons ago in the year 1222, the Great Khan readied himself to meet with the Master Taoist, Changchun; who was said to be three hundred years old and held the elixir of life in his palms. Genghis, approaching sixty, hadContinue reading “Genghis Khan’s Elixir”

How to Keep Your Goals on Track

By Tonny Wandella You were ecstatic to keep track of your objectives. Of course, that feels like a long time ago, and let’s be honest, the zeal has faded a little. You’re frustrated because your goals were either difficult to remember, didn’t feel relevant to your task, or just skipped your mind when you wereContinue reading “How to Keep Your Goals on Track”


By Tonny Wandella Haunting giggles of ancient saints locked up in sculptors,Or the blessed aura flecked with confessed sinsOf forgiven flocks, are all housed in an empty cathedral near town.Whose bell has a gong that makes the town hide away all its weekly mischief.I remember seeing breadcrumps being hoarded away byRelentless ants,Clearing a forlorn alterContinue reading “EMPTY CATHEDRAL”


By Tonny Wandella Satisfaction impedes hunger and colors any feign.When their bellies run dry; they commence to flogYou to a noose; then hand you to teeth: such task they deign.Be gallant; however, let the axe split the log.Saunter ahead, and sing a brave song,Feed such beasts; but never run out of meat.For they won’t waitContinue reading “Beasts”


By Tonny Wandella I remember, pangs of the aftermath have forced me to…As if it would be quenched, I dipped my flute in a glass of beaming yellow hues.Which refracted away its soulful stead; and found it rather hefty and pensive.It was clogged with honey: the same remedy only bitter.As it drenched my tongue whichContinue reading A FLUTE IN WHISKY

How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: A Beginner’s Guide

Written by Rachel Leist @rachelleist While Google keeps us on our toes with all the algorithm updates they keep rollin’ out, one thing has stayed pretty consistent for inbound marketers looking to optimize their websites for search: keyword research. In this post, we’ll define what keyword research is, why it’s important, how to conduct your research for your SEO strategy, and choose the rightContinue reading “How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: A Beginner’s Guide”

Waters of Versailles

By Kelly Robson “Waters of Versailles” by Kelly Robson is a charming novella of court intrigue in 1738 Versailles as a clever former soldier makes his fortune by introducing a modern water system (and toilets) to the ladies of the palace. He does this with magical help that he may not be able to control.Continue reading Waters of Versailles

There Will Always Be a Max

By Michael R. Underwood A hero is missing. The post-apocalyptic wasteland is awash with violence and injustice, and the genrenauts’ own King must step in and show precisely why There Will Always be a Max. In a world running on fumes, hope is priceless. King opened up the throttle, shifting into higher gear as theContinue reading There Will Always Be a Max

Continuous Improvement:
How It Works and How to Master It

By James Clear What is Continuous Improvement? Let’s define continuous improvement. Continuous improvement is a dedication to making small changes and improvements every day, with the expectation that those small improvements will add up to something significant. The typical approach to self-improvement is to set a large goal, then try to take big leaps inContinue reading “Continuous Improvement:
How It Works and How to Master It”