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A Few Questions for You

December 23, 2013

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything here, and I’d like to know a few things about the readership. Whether you’ve subscribed since day 1 or it’s your first time reading a post, your opinion will be valued (don’t be shy). Note that the feedback I am about to ask for is not specific to my blog, but rather any blog that you may read, related or unrelated. Feel free to either comment below or send a message via the ‘contact’ form in the ‘about’ section.

So with that said, here are a couple of questions for you:

1) What topics do you enjoy reading about? Additionally, which area (if any) of your personal development do you wish to have handled?

2) Roughly how many blogs do you regularly visit? If you could only choose one for the next week, which would it be and why?

Thanks for your input.

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4 Comments
  1. Just found this blog via Yohami. Good stuff.

    What I enjoy reading about: How to overcome rationalization. Most people don’t succeed because they don’t even try. Now there’s something to be said about refining yourself, but after a certain point you just need to *do*. Thoughts on this and how to digest the feedback loop from doing is interesting.

    Blog I like: Cedonulli.com. Why? Dude is out there *applying* the advice echoed around so much of the ‘manosphere’ today. Also Maverick Traveler for the same reason. Action speaks louder than words. Shit, throw in Michal Byc too. You said ‘only choose three’, right?

    • Thanks for the reply. I’ll definitely be writing about this topic soon…provided I don’t overthink it.

  2. I linked over to your blog some time after this post from a post at Free Northerner regarding comments to his post about a courtship-gone-wrong. (He’s full of shit, BTW.)

    My interests and reading list are clear from my own blog. If I were to abandon all blogs but one, I’d probably pick Chateau Heartiste. He writes regularly and covers several topics related to modern living.

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