Send feedback. The Art of Manliness. Available episodes. Life isn't an easy road to navigate. It's the kind of journey one needs a survival guide for, and my guest today says one of the best can be found in the writings of existential philosophers. We end our conversation with what boxing can teach about existential philosophy.
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Listen on Apple Podcasts. Life isn't an easy road to navigate. It's the kind of journey one needs a survival guide for, and my guest today says one of the best can be found in the writings of existential philosophers.
Brett started the Art of Manliness for fun in while attending the University of Tulsa College of Law as a side project. The McKays have two children, ages 9 and 6. Every Sunday I set aside about 45 minutes to plan my week ahead. I begin my planning session with a mind dump. All of the items I capture during my mind dump go into my Todoist Inbox. I also assign due dates to each one. This weekly planning session lays the foundation for the rest of my week. Whenever I miss it, I notice that my week has a lot more unproductive wheel spinning.