Daily Archives: December 30, 2021

Dan Bongino and the Big Business of Returning Trump to Power

Evan Osnos writes for the New Yorker: * The history of broadcasting is replete with figures who play a combative character on the air but shed the pose when they leave the studio. Bongino is not among them. * In … Continue reading

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Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It

Here are some excerpts from this 2021 book: * The reason rituals are so effective at helping us manage our inner voices is that they’re a chatter-reducing cocktail that influences us through several avenues. For one, they direct our attention … Continue reading

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What Are The Most Common Lies You Tell Yourself?

Mine are: * There’s nothing I can do… * There’s Something Inherently Wrong or Different About Me. * I Would Change, But I Can’t Because Of X. * I Know What I’m Doing. “I am just not good at X.” … Continue reading

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Is Ron Klain the real president? (12-31-21)

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