Cherryl Brooks was a secondary character vital to the story of Atlas Shrugged, Cherryl met James Taggart on the day the John Galt line Dagny Taggart has created was incorrectly credited to him. Cherryl thought James was the man behind the creation of “greatness” and suffered greatly. We initially met Cherryl as an ordinary girl who […]Read more "We Need Hope to Live: The Tragedy of Cherryl Brooks"
I need to write this as a follow up to my previous post on How to Spend Your Time Wisely. Now I have mastered spending my time wisely, but I felt like I could be even more efficient if I can set my goals properly and work toward it, thus reduce even more of the time […]Read more "How to Plan Your Goals Effectively"
No one became highly successful overnight. Howard Roark went through a lot of ups and downs before becoming a successful architect; Dagny Taggart had to work her way up from the company her family owned; Equality 7-2521 chose to take a risk to save mankind in turn to save himself. The heroes struggled, without the […]Read more "Believe in Your Abilities"
A long time ago, back when I was still a kid. I have always loved The Powerpuff Girls, the show was phenomenal. It dealt with issues like feminism, animal rights, racial integration, honesty and vigilantism. But nothing compares to the episode See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey. See Me, Feel me, Gnomey has never been aired […]Read more "Review: See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey"
Steven Mallory has been my default mindset. Not knowing the true potential of his ability, and the beautiful work he created solely because they were created in his vision of beauty. He fell into depression and turned to alcohol as his form of comfort when he got plenty of rejections from the society. He believed […]Read more "Stop Being Steven Mallory, Be Kent Lansing"
Being a bad boy doesn’t mean one has to be horrible or mean, it means to exercise rational self interest in a profound way. The opposite of being a bad boy is being a nice guy, also known as a second hander. Regarding second handers, this is what Rand thought of them: A [second-hander] is […]Read more "How to Be a Bad (Objectivist) Boy"
Let’s say you can live for 100 years, that is 3,155,760,000 seconds for you to spend. We spend about a third of it resting so that leads to 2,103,840,000 seconds left for us to spend. Let’s say we work 40 hours a week for 50 years of our lives, that leaves us with 1,728,154,261 seconds. Let’s imagine we […]Read more "How to Spend Your Time Wisely"