I believe the secret to life is striving to be ever better at it. I believe being better at life means to never stop growing up, never stop getting better at managing the instincts and traits with which we are born.  I believe it is sad when anyone stops growing up because he/she is already good enough at life.  I think it is sad human beings share tremendous volumes of information about achievements, but share so little about succeeding at life.

This website is to share things I’ve learned about succeeding at life.  Many of these lessons I wish someone had shared with me when I was much younger.

The website is divided into 4 books with differing perspectives and styles:

Know Thyself is about self-understanding and relationships (which make particle physics look like first grade math).

Success & the Universe focuses on science & religion (by nature more controversial).

Organizations & Success is about families to governments (often more critical in style).

Success in the Eyes of a Child provides lessons from my own life (more literary in style).

All are interdisciplinary; and you will find references to psychology, physics, management, religious studies, history, sports….

The website is still in the formative stage.  Please give me input on anything about the website–unless you are soliciting.  Please do not provide solicitations to sell me advice and support.

Thanks for taking a look, and for any input you are willing to share!

“Know thyself,” Thales (precursor to Socrates, Aristotle and Plato).  This book focuses on the individual and relationships, about which scientists have made far less progress in understanding than theoretical physics.

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“The purpose of life is a life with purpose,” Robert Bryn.  This book covers broad perspectives on science and religion to assist in expanding your own beliefs and purpose in life. 

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Organizations are created for the benefit of people, not people for organizations.  From families to governments, organizations are only extensions of human beings and have the same innate human traits. 

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This book is lessons about life from stories about my life. The style is more literary, with early chapters narrated in a child’s voice.  I’m not sure where it will go, but I hope it will be an entertaining perspective. 

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