A look at the early James Bond reveals that Bond wasn't a big musclebound guy; in fact he has been described as being quite the opposite. In Ian Fleming’s novels, particularly in “From Russia With Love”, Bond is described as a slimly build 6-foot tall man weighing about 168 Pounds. Given that the character has been described as a heavy smoker, one can quickly assume that Bond wasn’t the gym type of agent.Read More
The most important conversations you ever had in your life have always been with yourself. Yes that voice in your head chatting all the time, commenting your every actions and emotions. That voice can either be your best ally or your worst enemy. Let us see why.Read More
Are you making a choice of courage or a choice of fear? How do you behave when facing new challenges? DO you lie to yourself? Do you justify your choices?
Explore how habits govern you and why taking the path of courage can grow your confidence.Read More
The most basic aspect of any type of situation is to know your enemy, or in most cases, your opposition. This theory dates far back, even to the Art of War written by Sun Tzu, an ancient Chinese warrior. But the most important thing to know is that without an ample amount of knowledge about your enemy, you could enter situations completely unprepared and experience negative outcomes that you never knew existed.Read More
A raise’s definition sounds exactly likes it’s word, it is a raise on the previous bet. Raises are initiated for a number of ways, all dependent on the player’s dealt hand. Raises are often linked to bluffing, as a player with a mediocre hand might look to raise the chips in order to force a fold from the other players. Generally, raises following the firstRead More