My motto is: “Write every day.”

Most of my essays are about business, education, and what it means to be a citizen of the Internet. These essays are a record of my intellectual quest to make sense of the world. They’re the diary of my contemplative life. 

I write two kinds of essays: short-form and long-form.

If you’re new here, start with the short-form essays and work your way up to the long-form ones. 

Latest essay

Why You’re Christian

Becoming an educated citizen starts with understanding the lineage of your beliefs. For example, look at this iconic line from one of America’s founding documents:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.”

Start here with two of my favorite long-form and short-form reads.

Peter Thiel’s Religion

“I am the Lord your God.” — 1st Commandment

Practice Analytically, Perform Intuitively

There’s a famous saying in golf: “Drive for show, putt for dough.”