Capable Men of History: George Washington

George Washington

George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799) was a founding father, the first president of the United States, military general, political leader, and statesman. He is known for being the “Father of His Country” after leaving one of the most enduring legacies of any American in history. He was indispensable … Read more

Capable Men of History: Isaac Newton

Capable Men of History: Isaac Newton

Throughout our lives, many myths and fables surround us, especially as a kid. Some myths have related to scientific facts and studies, while some are entirely a work of the human imagination. These myths often started during the medieval ages, when people don’t usually study science. Interestingly, their works produced positive results … Read more

Capable Men of History: Sun Tzu

The Art of War is undoubtedly the most influential treatise on war ever written. A masterpiece of war and strategy that is still universally employed today.

Capable Men of History: Socrates

It would be better for me—that multitudes of men should disagree with me rather than that I, being one, should be out of harmony with myself. Socrates [470– 399 BC]

Capable Men of History: Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius [121 AD–180 AD] Military Leader, Scholar, Stoic and Emperor of Rome. Leaving behind a reputation as one of the most respected emperors in history.

Capable Men of History: Aristotle

Aristotle (384–322 BC) stands as one the greatest philosophers of all time. What was it that made him so influential? And what wisdom has he imparted upon the ages?