There is no real purpose behind running anymore. We now live in safe, comfortable cities. Unlike our hunter-gatherer predecessors, we no longer have to run after our food across the African savannah. Neither do we have to run away from being turned into food by something bigger! So, why should we big men bother with running at all?
“If you're gonna play the game, boy you gotta learn to play it right,” croons the late great Kenny Rogers in the best song ever written about poker, The Gambler. And we all know what he means. The game of poker is a lot like the game of life. So, what are the best poker tips that can turn you into a winner at the tables and life in general?
What do Winston Churchill, Elvis, and Clive Palmer all have in common? They are all famous and powerful big men of history who possess a lot of swagger. In our continuing mission to seek out famous big men in history and investigate what sets them apart from the norm, let’s take a look at three other notable big men who left an indelible mark upon history.
For eons, a man’s physical stature has symbolised his significance. In ancient history, well-fed, big men were perceived as both powerful and wealthy. The past is pockmarked with plagues, famine and pestilence, thus it was the well-fed who could withstand difficult times.
Throughout history the elite always ate very well, and accordingly their societes saw them as both healthy and large and in charge.
At this unparalleled time in human history, whilst the Coronavirus requires us to be a bit more reflective, let’s take a look at some famous big men of history and uncover what helped them stand apart from the crowd.
It’s winter, we get it. It’s cold. All we want to do is rug up to stay as warm as possible. However, there are essential winter dressing Dos and Don’ts for big men this season to keep us stylish and warm.