This week on Acta Non Verba Rhett Power discusses the importance of accountability, discipline, and self-reflection for personal and professional growth.
In this episode, author G. Michael Hopf explores the key lessons he’s learned from cultivating consistency in writing.
This week Robert Greene explores the liberation that comes from practicing enlightenment through silence, and how recognition of death tragedy help him manage adversity in his daily life.
Listen as Steve and I explore why being author is an opportunity for more things, learning to lean into your community, and how to accept the fact that there will be turmoil in order to achieve your goals.
On today’s episode I’m reviewing Steven Pressfield’s most recent book, Put Your Ass Where Your Heart Wants to Be.
On today’s episode Steven Pressfield shares the power of resistance and how creatives can overcome self-doubt.
Dan Blakeley discusses his passion for helping veterans be successful and how stories of Adversity can help civilians understand the warrior identity.
Jack Donovan joins me to discuss what it means to be a man and defining true masculinity.
About the Host
Marcus Aurelius Anderson
Mindset Coach, Author, International Keynote Speaker