Weeks 31-40

While you will gain both knowledge and enjoyment from these challenges, you will gain a more rational world to live and thrive in by sharing your Objectivist365 Challenges on your favorite social media outlet.

Week 31:

  • Recommend one of the books you’ve read to a non-Objectivist friend (like un-ROM-Antics!).

Week 32:

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  • Email Marcus Brown, Program Director of Chicago’s AM560, and say, “We miss Yaron Brook! Lure him back to The Answer with a paycheck (preferably in gold bullion).” Be sure to sign your name!

Week 33:

  • If you have Kindle Unlimited, read and REVIEW a book by an Objectivist author: They Call Me the Flea by Warren Fahy.

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Week 34:

  • If you have 2 credits/month on Audible, listen to and REVIEW a book by an Objectivist author: The Early Ayn Rand by Ayn Rand.

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With a young or aspiring engineer in your life, share “Who Killed Speed? A Murder Mystery History of Aviation” by Boom Technology’s CEO and founder Blake Scholl. Include in your message, “Maybe you’ll be a part of the supersonic passenger plane revolution!”

Week 35:

  • If you have Kindle Unlimited, read and REVIEW a book by an Objectivist author: The Match by Quent Cordair.

OR

Week 36:

  • If you have 1 credit/month on Audible, listen to and REVIEW a book by an Objectivist author: For the New Intellectual by Ayn Rand.

OR

  • Follow and rate a podcast: Power Hour – Energy (the “food of food”) and Philosophy

Week 37:

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  • Check out the latest public events presented by ARI intellectuals, and share the next one with someone you know in the area (or, if the event happens to be close, go yourself and bring a friend).

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Week 38:

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Week 39:

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  • Contact an aspiring writer in your life and suggest that they submit an article to The Undercurrent. They’ll get a lot of mentoring from top-notch editors.

Week 40:

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