Lazy Sunday Offers


Cristian here. A bit of shameless self-promoting, sharing with you a few deals.

First of all, buy my books. Seriously.

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irevuo is the go-to platform if you’re goal is to become a modern day polymath, or if you’re interested in mental models and practical philosophy you can deploy in the trenches of day to day life.

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And, lastly, join blogsy for only $99 and promote one of your articles every week for an entire year. In front of an audience of over 12,000 readers.

Only three spots left!

What do you get if you sponsor us?

Let’s start with a short list of benefits:

  1. The ability to share an article on blogsy every week (featured image + short snippet + link) for an entire year.
  2. Contributor on the site. Write the article, keeping in mind guidelines.
  3. Promote your content in front of over 12,000 readers.

It’s quite simple!

For a payment of $99 you get access to an audience of 12,000 potential readers who’ve subscribed to our platform so far. We share some of the best articles on the web.

Click here to purchase one year of access to the platform.

How does this work?

blogsy is built on top of WordPress. You will be made a contributor, and you will have complete creative freedom as you create the snippets for your articles. You will be able to submit one article per week to our feed (and be considered for our weekly digest) for an entire year.

That’s about it.

Click here to purchase one year of access to the platform.

P.S. There’s also a Lazy Sunday sale taking place on the Art of Blogging. Be sure to check that one out too.

A Simple Framework for Using Your Inner Critic to Your Advantage

For most of my twenties, there were so many things I didn’t want to be true about myself.

I believed I was quite unlovable, which was my excuse for not trying to be worthy of love in any way. I believed I’d always struggle financially, so I made no serious effort to earn more, to save more, or to build multiple streams of income.

I believed that life was harsh, that people didn’t like me for being skinny, kind of ugly, and not nearly as charming as everyone else, so I lived in a state of perpetual fear — I somehow expected the world to decide that I wasn’t worthy of living on this planet anymore and send me off to spend the rest of my life on the dark side of the moon.

All information indicated that I was right: the women in my life either didn’t want to be involved romantically with me or left me after a couple of months. I always struggled to earn enough to pay the bills. I didn’t have that many friends.

Life was a pain. Hell was other people. And I was but a shadow traveling through life at the speed of your average bus, sometimes a cab or an Uber.

But the most insidious thing about limiting beliefs is not that evidence points to them being true, but rather that…

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How to Fall in and Out of Love With Your Muse

“There is a muse, but he’s not going to come fluttering down into your writing room and scatter creative fairy-dust all over your typewriter or computer. He lives in the ground. He’s a basement kind of guy. You have to descend to his level, and once you get down there you have to furnish an apartment for him to live in. You have to do all the grunt labor, in other words, while the muse sits and smokes cigars and admires his bowling trophies and pretends to ignore you. Do you think it’s fair? I think it’s fair. He may not be much to look at, that muse-guy, and he may not be much of a conversationalist, but he’s got inspiration. It’s right that you should do all the work and burn all the mid-night oil, because the guy with the cigar and the little wings has got a bag of magic. There’s stuff in there that can change your life. Believe me, I know.”

Stephen King, On Writing

I can’t tell you where to find your muse-guy. It might be a corner-booth in a crowded bar. It might be in your own house, in your own bed, as you struggle to fall asleep.

You might even find your muse in the subway, as you ride home after work.

Stranger things have happened.

I can tell you only that when you find this muse, every civilized instinct in your soul will disappear. You’ll suddenly feel this itch, impulsive as hell, a complete disregard for rules or consequences.

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To All The Books I’ll Never Read

In my younger, more vulnerable years, I used to keep a list of all the books I read. I took pride in this, took pride in counting how many books I read in any given year.

I was one of the few who liked to read. It was a secret pleasure of mine, but as soon as I hit the thousand books milestone, it’s lost its charm to me forever.

Maybe I’ve read twice as many books so far, maybe I’m not that good at counting anymore.

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25 Books Every Blogger Should Read

If you’re looking for a bit of blogging inspiration, you should check out this article I wrote on The Art of Blogging.

25 books about writing well, marketing, and building an audience as a blogger/content creator.

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