This article under a different name was originally published by The Good Men Project on July 15, 2015 In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was a king condemned to roll a boulder up a steep slope for all eternity. The gods designed this particular punishment because they knew that hard work without the hope of reward or…

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IN HONOR OF MY DAD, JIMMY HENDERSON This article was originally published by The Goodman Project on May 2, 1015 My dad Jimmy Henderson used to tell me, “Just because you’re here and breathing doesn’t mean the world owes you a thing. You’ve got to go out there and earn it.” I was only 23 when…

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