Posts in the Category: Knowledge

Wolf & Iron Podcast #32: Millennials and Generation Z with Dr. Tim Elmore

Posted in - Family & Fatherhood & Knowledge & Podcast on December 4th 2017 0 Comments Dr Tim Elmore Millenials Gen Z Marching off the Map Interview Wolf and Iron Mike Yarbrough podcast

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about the term “millennial”? I’m guessing it’s not hard-working, determined, sacrificial, wise, gutsy, strong or any such description that we have come to admire in generations past. As for Gen Z, there’s a good chance that it’s a new term for you. …

Wolf & Iron Podcast #24 – Man to Man – On Planning: Why I hate it, & why I do it anyhow

Posted in - Books & Knowledge & Podcast on September 11th 2017 0 Comments Wolf and Iron Mike Yarbrough on Planning Scheduling

If I had my druthers, my day would flow from intuition rather than a well thought-out plan. My default, as a creative individual, is to mosey through the day with a general idea of what I need to get done, allowing for plenty of time to get diverted with creative endeavors, and not …

Wolf & Iron Podcast #021 – Author and Historian Mark Lee Gardner on Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Riders, Writing, and History

Posted in - Knowledge & Podcast on August 21st 2017 0 Comments Mark Lee Gardner Interview Wolf and Iron Rough Riders

You guys know I’m a big fan of Theodore Roosevelt and have studied and written about his life on a number of occasions. I had been following Mr. Gardner for a while primarily based on the titles of a few of his books (I hadn’t read them yet!): To Hell on a Fast …

Wolf & Iron Podcast #016: Feed the Wolf – Thoughts on the Myth of Two Wolves

Posted in - Character & Knowledge & Podcast & Virtues on April 12th 2017 0 Comments Wolf and Iron Feed the Wolf Podcast Cover_Fotor

When I first heard the supposed Cherokee proverb on the Two Wolves I thought, “This is cool, but something seems off to me.” It took some time to narrow down what I didn’t like about it. Like any moral story, this one has some good points, but I don’t think it accurately represents the heart …

Man of the Month: Bass Reeves – Former Slave Turned Deputy U.S. Marshal

Posted in - Knowledge & Man of the Month & Movember on November 11th 2015 3 Comments bass-reeves_Fotor

“Maybe the law ain’t perfect, but it’s the only one we got, and without it we got nuthin’.” – Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marshal, 1838-1910

The history of the Old West is filled with legends. Being the peculiar time it was, both outlaws and lawmen were openly praised for their heroic …