Book Review – American Marxism

By Gary Tolley, doghillmedia.com columnist This month I review American Marxism by Mark R. Levin (Threshold Editions, ISBN 978-1-5011-3597-2, hardcover).  In American Marxism,  Levin explains that the goal of Marxism is to destroy a nation from within so that the current form of government can be replaced with a totalitarian one.  Marxism has now infected the White House,Continue reading “Book Review – American Marxism”

BOOK REVIEW: THE LAWS OF HUMAN NATURE BY ROBERT GREENE 

A review by Kirkus A follow-on to the author’s garbled but popular 48 Laws of Power, promising that readers will learn how to win friends and influence people, to say nothing of outfoxing all those “toxic types” out in the world. Greene (Mastery, 2012, etc.) begins with a big sell, averring that his book “is designedContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: THE LAWS OF HUMAN NATURE BY ROBERT GREENE “

BOOK REVIEW: THINK AGAIN THE POWER OF KNOWING WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW

Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews The bestselling author of Originals (2016) returns with an exploration of the theoretical and practical values of rethinking and mental agility. Though rethinking and unlearning are not new intellectual exercises (Socrates: “The unexamined life is not worth living”), they are worth revisiting. Our worldview—that assemblage of instincts, habits, assumptions, and experiences—is something weContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: THINK AGAIN THE POWER OF KNOWING WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW”

Rise of the Conqueror Part II (With audio version)

Today I wish to share with you the Buddha’s teachings on desire.Human desires are endless. It is like the thirst of a man who drinks salt water: he gets no satisfaction and his thirst is only increased.So it is with a man who seeks to gratify his desires; he only gains increased dissatisfaction and hisContinue reading “Rise of the Conqueror Part II (With audio version)”

Don’t Say You Never Had A Chance

Today’s short post comes courtesy of The Napoleon Hill Foundation on developing a Positive Mental Attitude. If you don’t know what you want, don’t say you never had a chance. The people who complain the loudest about never having an opportunity in life are usually the ones who always have a ready excuse for theirContinue reading “Don’t Say You Never Had A Chance”

50 Books Every Man Should Read Once in His Life

This is an article by Cool Material We’re decently active readers here so we thought we’d compile and share a list of books we think every man should read at least once in his life. They’re not presented in any particular order, so feel free to jump around, but try to get to these beforeContinue reading “50 Books Every Man Should Read Once in His Life”

Can You Use a Book Title That’s Been Used Before?

Brian A. Klems is the former Senior Online Editor of Writer’s Digest, and author of Oh Boy, You’re Having a Girl (Adams Media/Simon & Schuster). Follow him on Twitter @BrianKlems. You’ve found the perfect title for your book but come to find it’s already been used by another author. Can an author copyright a title? Can you still useContinue reading “Can You Use a Book Title That’s Been Used Before?”

How to make money with Amazon affiliate without a website

By sure job online Friends you know this world is shifting from offline to online. May it be on working or shopping or advertising. So everyone wants to make money from online. We already Discussed about How To Make Money On Amazon. There are lot of ways of earning money from online like Reselling business and Upstox. But Amazon isContinue reading “How to make money with Amazon affiliate without a website”

BOOK REVIEW: CAN’T HURT ME BY DAVID GOGGINS

By Ramone Anderon-Stewart David Goggins is a super athlete, but might better be described as a superhuman. Can’t Hurt Me is the autobiography of Goggins’ journey of overcoming limiting self-concepts placed upon him through childhood trauma.  At the hands of an abusive father, his self-confidence is shattered. He is a chronic bedwetter, his Mum suffers horribly inContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: CAN’T HURT ME BY DAVID GOGGINS”

How to make the leap to full-time poet

Sarah Westcott is a London-based poet, writer, and tutor. Her first collection Slant Light was published by Pavilion Poetry in 2016. A poem from the book was Highly Commended in the 2017 Forward Prizes. Her pamphlet Inklings was a Poetry Book Society choice in 2013. Sarah’s poems have appeared in magazines including Poetry Review, POEM, and Magma, on beermats, billboards, and the side ofContinue reading “How to make the leap to full-time poet”