JollieMolly19 karma2019-02-27 18:32:20 UTC
Do you think Podcasts are generally valuable, or do they end up being too superficial into a topic and a means of entertainment instead of a learning tool?
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JollieMolly3 karma2019-10-29 17:04:05 UTC
You live on a farm, run a marketing company, and write books on stoicism (most recently), but also have the human interest piece about the Gawker/Hogan case. Do all of these areas intersect in a central area of specialization for you - the "thing" you enjoy (writing, research, etc)? Or do you have varied interests and are skilled in many of them? To an outside observer, your interest seems scattered, yet you still do them well. So, how do you choose what to focus/ work on next?
JollieMolly2 karma2019-10-29 18:58:41 UTC
That's interesting.. I know who he is but I have actually never heard him speak or read anything by him. I'm assuming there is a similarity?
JollieMolly2 karma2019-10-29 16:59:13 UTC
Do you believe any of the following is related to the rise in suicide & anxiety? Why or why not?
JollieMolly1 karma2019-10-29 17:50:12 UTC
Does this mean they are irrelevant?
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