The home of Uncommon Sense: Providing Clarity, Promoting Intelligence
Welcome to another infusion of Uncommon Sense! In the Self-Development column, I will give you a sure-fire way of overcoming lethargy. Read it, apply it, and then watch the results accumulate. There is something very dark taking place in Western Civilization, one that will cause future historians 200 years from now to look back on […]
How To Eradicate Your Slothfulness
All of us, from time to time, get into a sort of funk. We lose our focus. We get “writer’s block.” We get lethargic. We lose our momentum. I know an easy way to stay productive. When you have a list of tasks that need to get accomplished, you undoubtedly write them down somewhere. Some […]
Inside the Transgender Empire – Part 1 of 5 by Christopher F. Rufo
The transgender movement is pressing its agenda everywhere. Most publicly, activist teachers are using classrooms to propagandize on its behalf and activist health professionals are promoting the mutilation of children under the euphemistic banner of “gender-affirming care.” The sudden and pervasive rise of this movement provokes two questions: where did it come from, and how […]
Norwood is Awarded a TED Talk Slot
Currently a large part of my work is involved with Intel Corporation. They brought me on board last year under a three-year consulting contract to assist with some leadership development issues. Last month they held a TED Talks event where interested individuals could apply to be accepted to deliver a TED Talk lasting anywhere from […]
Truth vs. “My Truth”
Whenever I hear someone speak or write in terms of “my truth” or “your truth,” I immediately recognize that truth is not their thing. Opinion is. Truth is simply there. It is not owned by me or by you. We either submit to truth, or we delude ourselves into imagining that whatever opinion or preference […]
Building Your Power of Expression Recalcitrant, adj., n. Pronunciation: rəˈkalsətrənt Meaning: This word describes having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipline. As a noun, it describes a person in possession of such an attitude. Usage: Unfortunately, I was given a class comprised of recalcitrant 15-year-olds. Tommy is a problem child in that he […]
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