Some of What I’ve Been Reading


I’m always looking for great fitness content and found this from the Forever Alpha Blog: How to Perform Hanging Leg Raises. When gyms reopen where I live, and I again have access to a pull-up bar I will again incorporate these into my routine. I highly recommend them.

Some wise words from Padre on Barbarian Rhetoric: For Successful Growth Conquer Yourself.

“So, what it boils down to is this, if there is a distraction in your life, preventing you from becoming all that you can be, you need to conquer it. You need to attack it and overcome it. Without strength, willpower, and the desire to be something more significant, you will never indeed be anything. Without power, resolve, and willingness to overcome your faults, you will never indeed be anything.”

Modern Warrior Academy with important information and tips for those looking for work. Unemployment Have You Sitting On the Bench? 6 Steps To Get You Back In The Game.

Zac Small with an important primer about Crypto: Keep Control Over Your Money By Getting Into Crypto – Now


Jack Donovan’s Becoming A Barbarian. I love Jack’s writing and diagnosis of what’s wrong with modernity and how to fix it. His term used throughout the book, “The Empire of Nothing,” is perfect to describe modern-day society.

The Attachment Effect: Exploring the Powerful Ways Our Earliest Bond Shapes Our Relationships and Lives. I was not aware of the details of Attachment Theory. This accessible book provides an excellent introduction.

I’m looking forward to diving into Samuel Thorp’s debut collection of poetry, Glimpses, which was just released last week.


Joshua Lisec’s, The Best Way to Say It: How to Write Anything From Tweets to Books with Epic Persuasion is one of the best online courses I have ever completed. If you spend any time writing, you need this course. It changed how I approach the writing and editing process. (Affiliate Link).