The Bard is one who brings tales in the form of stories, poetry, and song. Dating back to a time when learning was of a primal nature. Today we have the written word along with both the visual and audio mediums once again.
BARD’S BOOK OF THE WEEK
Writer & Friend Graeme Smith talk about Strategy: A History in his recent article on book reviews. Which then caught my attention to an interesting book. In reading the overview of the book strategic thinking jumped out at me. This is something that is lacking in today’s world.
BARD’S ARTICLES OF INTEREST
The Critical Importance Of Character For Men & The World As A Whole – Charles Sledge
Childless Couples Don’t Belong in the Modern Church – Primitive Christianity
The Matters w/ Matt: Men As Accessories – FreeMatt Podcast
IS GAME A LIE?– Didact’s Reach
Is Work Ethic Dead? – Birth of Clarity
A Simple Vision, Focus and Target for Improving Your Life – Men of Grit
STATE OF INFLUENCE -Peaceful Fathers
HOW TO OVERCOME SELF LIMITING BELIEFS – Masculine by Design
HOW I GOT SOBER WITHOUT AA – The Family Alpha
The Problem with Career Complacency Jon S Rennie
Introducing Modern Warrior Academy Book Study Courses – Modern Warrior Academy
BARD’S PODCAST FINDS
Barbarian Rhetoric – Nathan
Rolling Rocks Radio – Scott and Jerry
Primitive Christianity – Padre
Leadership & Action – Zac Small
Hooks & Runs – Eric & Craig
Deep Leadership – Jon S Rennie
Logocentrifugal – Chance Lunceford
BARD’S INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHT
Jay of @jays_backyard_adventures is seven days into a 1000 km challenge for the month of August raising funds to fight Kid’s Cancer. Follow along as he works to crush this worth challenge.
This is a great month for Barbaric Soap coming up on a one year anniversary. There has been a lot of craziness and learning along the way. Continuing to grow and learn, looking for a great second year.
I have been using my soap for a week. The first day it felt like it was scraping Irish Spring residue off of me. My skin feels great and even though it wasn’t advertised, my patches of eczema are improving. I like the scent, but I like that it isn’t overwhelming. – Neil
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