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Blowin’ in the Wind

Blowin’ in the Wind In 1962, Bob Dylan composed the song Blowin’ in the Wind. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine identified it as one of the greatest songs of all times (Rolling Stones, 2011). The song presents Dylan’s realization that …

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The Parable of the Bank Robber

The Parable of the Bank Robber The Source of Success One of the misperceptions people have is that success comes because of external things in life. Some say success is about going to an Ivy league school or making a …

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Freedom: An Expert’s Greatest Gift

Freedom: An Expert’s Greatest Gift There are some mathematical principles that also could be called into question. And then there are the common existential questions, such as, “Does God exist?” “Do we exist after we die?” and “How did we …

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The “Fake News” Phenomenon

The “Fake News” Phenomenon I have found that successful people have two characteristics that allow them to progress in society and obtain their goals. They must desire to know what’s going on around them: They care about life. They care …

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Making the Most of Mentorship

Making the Most of Mentorship Let’s say you’re trying to decide if you want to buy a million-dollar house. You might know what you want to do. You might see a clear path to doing it, but If you make …

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Author’s Note | ISOT Read Along #1

Welcome to my Read along! What is the search of truth? When I was growing up, I realized that the most beneficial relationship, were with people who taught me how to quickly understand when something was right or accurate. That’s …

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The Future of Education: Logic & Leadership

The Issue with Education There is a big disconnect between what adults want children to care about and what children actually care about. The issue is that, more often than not, adults have unrealistic expectations of what children can understand …

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