Here’s the latest men’s advice:
Although the average American moves out at 25, there is no “ideal age”.
This article will explain the 7 characteristics of a well-rounded man.
If you read this article till the end, you will know everything that there is to know about whether or not you should go to college.
Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business is only to be sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things
I’m looking at you, Karen.
Unfortunately, Most people’s growth over time does not appear to be a straight line up and to the right.
As technology advances and our economy shifts, new hardships manifest themselves and threaten us as a society.
in society, men seem to get hit from every angle.
Here’s exactly why respect is so important in business, in your relationships, and for your spiritual growth!
I understand that some people live in toxic households and want to leave. I’m not going to convince you to stay in hell. Heck – I think you should leave ASAP. But with no money in the bank, it’s not straightforward. It can still be done, though! And that’s what we will discuss in this…
People think being feared is a bad thing. However, I respectfully disagree. Anybody can be feared. But it doesn’t mean they need to use it for bad. For example, if you’re the most feared person in your neighborhood, it doesn’t mean you beat everybody up. It just means people won’t start fights with you. In…
Recently, when compiling some quotes for a blog post, I came across the following words by Plato: “Courage is knowing what not to fear” I thought this an interesting idea, and so wanted to explore this quotation a little further. In which context was it first used, and what does it supposedly mean? I’ve done…
Hard work pays. The grind never stops. Go hard or go home. Hustle. Graft. Push. Do more stuff. Sacrifice. Cut out everything that isn’t making cash. It’s all a bit extreme eh! It seems apparent that hard work over time is maybe the most important determinant of success in business and in life. Take anyone…
As it turns out, attainable and realistic in the context of SMART goals do not mean exactly the same thing. Here is the distinction.