Being a Man

Once upon a time, men were friends, and they'd help each other for free. Today, everyone's a "Dating Guru" instead... I’d come back from London’s “Bootcamp,” but it was actually more of a Men’s Expedition to be honest.

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What You Owe Yourself as a Man

As a guy, you spend a lot of your time helping others (or being commanded by others.) Now is the time to remember - always - what you will always owe yourself.
There’s a special thing that happens over time when you use these systems for personal growth that we provide you.
It doesn’t matter how well you know them. With enough time, you notice new aha’s, new insights, because of the things that happen to you in everyday life.
It happened to me again recently.

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How to Be Socially Viral, Face-to-Face

Some guys no matter how hard they try, just can't get that charisma going, face to face. Instead of doing it from behind a computer...It's not what you think - not "social networks," and nothing to do with the internet. Those aren't your real friends, obviously. They are entertainment, they are marketers (at least of themselves), and at best, acquaintances... until and if - and it's a big IF - you meet them in PERSON.

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Secret-agent Comedian Skills

It's been quite a few years now that I've been helping men with specifically "man-problems" using "man-language" and in a way that specifically builds their lives as men.

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Death as a Masculine Power

What does the death of a male mentor mean for your own identity as a man?
The funeral I am driving to, is that of Dr. G. Alec Stewart, a prominent physicist, and Dean of the Honors College where I went to school. In fact, it was his idea to even have an Honors College.
To me, he was THE mentor, benefactor, and advocate.

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Steve Jobs Dies

I'm not a technical person and I'm a woman, so technical gadgets etc. don't play a huge role in my life the way they do for many men, but I have to say that I LOVE my iphone like it's a living thing.  I have raved on to friends numerous times about my awe of the technology that Apple created/developed with that phone and the subsequent ipad etc.

I have also always admired how Apple not only withstood the onset of Microsoft all those years ago, but excelled by using innovation and creativity as its centrepiece. 

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One Strike, You're Out! (with Women)

I was struck by a sudden realization recently about the concept of "which hat am I wearing" that we've covered many times in the teleseminars of http://www.menspsychology.com/university.

It was this: As men, we all wear "career hats" all day long, often every day. It can be a pervasive habit to always keep that career hat on. But...

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