Link Dump: High-Fat Diets Don’t Cause Obesity, The Effectiveness of the 10-3-2-1-0 Formula

1. Remember Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP leader who claimed she was Black but was ousted as White? She can’t find a job (although she’s been offered reality TV and porn) and is on the verge of homelessness. Better publish those “upcoming memoirs” soon! [NBC 2]

2. Fats don’t necessarily make you fat. [Rogue Health and Fitness]

3. The 10-3-2-1-0 formula can be life-changing. Although I don’t follow it to a T, I learned to set my own boundaries on certain activities before bedtime, which has benefited me considerably. [News.com.au]

4. A video by Bedros Keuilian entitled “How to stop being lazy and get shit done.” [YouTube]

5. Take a look at this mile-wide Trump sign in Colorado! [9 News]

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Link Dump: Rooted Productivity, How to Stop Feeling Tired All the Time

1. The Dutch general election will occur on March 15. The nationalist right is expected to do very well. [Bloomberg]

2. If you’re frequently tired or just suffer from low energy, it hurts you in several ways. However, you can become a high energy guy. [Illimitable Men]

3. More Canadians distrust than trust their government for the first time since 2000. [Breitbart]

4. The concept of “root productivity” involves creating a root document outlining your productivity systems and habits. I have one and it definitely keeps me rooted. [Cal Newport]

5. Michael Sebastian joins Mark Baxter to discuss the fate of Western Civilization and what we can do to save it. [Mark Baxter]

Link Dump: Steve Bannon’s Favorite Books, Parisian Turmoil Negatively Impacts Tourism

1. In 2016, Paris lost 1.5 million tourists, 1.3 billion euros in tourist income, and also saw an 11 percent drop in the number of nights tourists spent at hotels. I wouldn’t go to Paris at this time, either. [Breitbart]

2. An excellent Will Freemen video wherein he explains how to live better by not lying to yourself. It’s 22 minutes long but worth every minute. [YouTube]

3. Steve Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist, is probably the best-read individual in the White House. Manon Welles makes an educated guess, based on internet research, on what Bannon’s favorite books are. [Aristocrats of the Soul]

4. A guide on how to “get in the zone” more often. [Wall Street Playboys]

5. Three self-leadership tips for your Wednesday afternoon. [Early to Rise]

Link Dump: Conquering Depression Without Medication, Buchanan on Trump and Putin

1. Mike Cernovich’s take on the Milo incident. [Danger and Play]

2. Pat Buchanan’s newest op-ed. Excerpt:

America’s elites still praise FDR for partnering with one of the great mass murderers of human history, Stalin, to defeat Hitler. They still applaud Nixon for going to China to achieve a rapprochement with the greatest mass murderer of the 20th century, Mao Zedong.

Yet Trump is not to be allowed to achieve a partnership with Putin, whose great crime was a bloodless retrieval of a Crimea that had belonged to Russia since the 18th century.

[WND]

3. P.D. Mangan on why he’s become more skeptical of mainstream anti-aging studies. [Rogue Health and Fitness]

4. How Alex of FixMyBrokenMind defeated depression. [Red Pill Reviews]

5. Introverts generally have a more difficult time than extroverts in attracting women. That doesn’t mean they can’t, however. [Return of Kings]

Link Dump: Trump vs. McCain, Norwegian Populism, The Pitfalls of Digital Nomadism

1. Populism continues to surge in Europe in the wake of Brexit and Trump’s election. Norway’s anti-establishment Center Party is becoming more and more popular by the month. [Bloomberg]

2. “Virgil” frames the escalating feud between Donald Trump and John McCain as “an ultimate conflict of visions” that is “full of implications for the behavior of the Deep State.” [Breitbart]

3. Starting an online business, quitting your day job, and living abroad sounds like paradise, right? Not always. [This Is Trouble]

4. James Altucher shows you how to develop the mindset of an entrepreneur. [Early to Rise]

5. Hitler’s bunker phone was recently sold for $243,000 at auction. [BBC]