6 Ancient Tips for Success

The Ancient Greeks knew a thing or two about producing good content. Photo by Eran Menashri on Unsplash

he internet is full of people telling you how to achieve certain goals: X things you must do to be Y, you must not do A if you want to be B, and so on and so forth. Well, that’s nothing new: one of the first poets in the Western canon also wrote a list of didactic tidbits on how to be successful. His name was Hesiod, from rural Greece, and in around 700 BC he composed a poem called Work and Days, which gave his brother Perses advice on how…