A very old idea and a very new and practical application (1) Mesopotamia: Emperor and Gods The idea that the old year dies and is renewed with the new is very ancient. I thought I might write about that a bit today, as a prodroma to the offer my
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Over the last few years, I have received many tens of thousands of emails. I stopped even trying to keep up in about February or so of 2017. But I read them from time to time, and often feel that it would be better to read and answer more.
On December 7, 2018, I spoke with Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, author and President of Copenhagen Consensus Center, a singularly innovative and influential US-based think tank. Dr. Lomborg and his team have done the hard conceptual and empirical work necessary to turn good intentions for global
PART 1: SCANDINAVIA Over the last few weeks, I have been in Oslo, twice; Helsinki, twice; Stockholm, twice; and Copenhagen, once. One of the trips to Stockholm was limited to press interviews and television (see here). The other six trips were part of my 12 Rules for Life tour, which
I am pleased to announce today the establishment of a partnership with the Acton School of Business, under the stewardship of Acton Co-Founder and Master Teacher Jeff Sandefer. The Acton curriculum provides an institutional analog to the psychological content I have been sharing in my online videos, podcasts, and
The last two days in Cambridge were relentless, but in the best possible way. Tammy (my wife, who travels with me, and carefully ensures that I know where I am going now and what I am doing next) and I flew in early in the morning from Amsterdam after
 0:01:23 – Release of 50th Anniversary version of The Gulag Archipelago with a forward written by JBP  0:03:11 – Finalized deal for next book “12 More Rules: Beyond Mere Order”  0:04:11 – ‘12 Rules’ tour plans for the next year 0:07:39 – (Q#1) Any advice for young a young
So it’s 2:39 AM in Oslo, Norway. I woke up in a too-hot hotel room out of a fitful nightmare, which I can only partially remember. I haven’t had a dream that I could recall even that clearly in a very long period of time.
The Dutch publisher of 12 Rules for Life made arrangements for me to speak at the University of Amsterdam on October 31 to about 300 students, hosted by the U of A's Room for Discussion. I am somewhat loath, let’s say, to appear at a University, feeling about it much