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The 2,000 Year Old Temple Inscriptions That Sum Up How Self-Improvement Works

It turns out that the ancient Greeks knew some secrets that we’re still struggling to learn

Credit: Spencer Davis

During the height of Ancient Greece’s influence, one could go to Delphi and visit the renowned Temple of Apollo. It was one of a series of temples built around 550 BCE…

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Mike Sturm

Mike Sturm

Creator: https://TheTodaySystem.com — A simpler personal productivity system. Writing about productivity, self-improvement, business, and life.

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