By treating anger like fire we can learn to manage our anger and prevent our fires from raging out of control.
Developing a habit of constant improvement is the best way to leverage evolutionary change within yourself, your company, whatever.
Loricism uses these 11 Keys to give us the tools to handle mastery of ourselves in an easily digestible way. Why take something that’s notoriously difficult to master and make it even more convoluted by confusing everybody?
Philosophy and rhetoric can be considered to be the martial arts of the mind, and like Aristotle said in “Rhetoric”, it’s probably more needed than martial arts of the physical kind.
Just in case anyone wants some additional resources, here’s a non-definitive list of our recommendations. We will add more resources as we discover them, so if you have suggestions, add them here. Ingenium Mastery, by Robert Greene Extreme Ownership, by Jocko Willink The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, by Mark Manson The Power…
Ideas are like wildfire. This analogy is nothing new, and it’s because they can spread quickly, and burn with passion. They light fires under asses and in hearts. If an idea falls flat, it smolders out unless new life gets breathed into it. Ideas that resonate with people gain better traction, especially if they are able…
Your life belongs to you and no one else. This must be non-negotiable. We sometimes don’t realize we relinquish control over our lives to others, we let other people dictate our paths. Your life does not belong to your parents, children, spouse, other relatives, your teacher, priest, neighbor, boss, friends, the President, any person of nobility, politicians, your employees, or anybody else. It’s yours.