Iron sharpens iron,
and one person sharpens another.
K I N G S O L O M O N
The Sharp Club serves up intellectual nourishment. It's about you, with the hopes that it will help you live more keenly, with greater discernment, clarity, peace, self-respect, and love. We know this is not easy because we live in a tough world and, for most of us, the world inside-body, mind, and spirit -- is tough also. We are all prone to fear, pettiness, mediocracy, laziness, hatred, foolishness, and the like. The club is designed to help you look after your own life so that you can be as sharp as you need to be -- with yourself, for yourself, and with and for others.
F e a t u r e d S h a r p
Anything you do that fixes your life, even a little bit, is a turn in the right direction.
Anything you do that helps fix someone else's life, even a little bit, is a turn in the right direction.
The little fixes of life change moods, bring smiles, build community, and move us away from desperation. The little fixes of life are underrated. They move mountains and keep monsters at bay.
Sharpen your mind daily.
Bob Beverley is creator of The Sharp Club and author of The Daily Sharps. He has been a psychotherapist for over 25 years in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York. He works knee-deep in the trenches of despair, violence, confusion, hopelessness, and the human struggle for growth and well-being on a daily basis. The wisdom offered in this club has been road-tested in the emotional emergency ward he’s always worked in. He has written several books including Dear Tiger: A Book for Tiger Woods and for Us All, How to Be a Christian and Still Be Sane, The Secret Behind the Secret Law of Attraction (with Kevin Hogan, Dave Lakhani, and Blair Warren), and Emotional Elegance, with a preface by David Allen.
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