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It is very bad practice to write phone numbers on little pieces of paper, think Bliss's GTD or Getting Things Done (link in red at L) or Franklin-Covey Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Franklin Day Planner. Another classic is Lakein's 'How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life'. Think having to learn to allocate tasks, identify, retain, and complete them before the age of Smart-Phones. Think remember and pay attention. Think mental construct.
Speaking of power. Make that the triumphate of Fischer, Kasparov, and Carlsen. This is another good one. Really good. Part one of four.
[Part two for above, part three, and part four, linked in red. Start of video one here, 1:19 to 2:24 mark+. Just try sitting across from this guy, before you hit the clock... intimidation.]
The club is a body of like minded persons, in civil conduct, open (usually) to the public, connected, in our era, by rapid electronic communication, of email and the internet. This gives wide access. Access gives growth, growth gives more quality. Blogs can mean, for example, a strikingly poignant video of the greatest chess player of all time, on Sixty Minutes, it means his counterpart, Magnus Carlsen on same, and sharing it. Some of these things, while in popular media, can be hard to find .