Being a Man

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The Damages of Waiting (for Anything)

Before we even dare the topic of perhaps the most insidious, silent killer of a man's dreams, a proviso: It is good and necessary to wait when patience is called for. By laying out the destructive anatomy of those of us to tend to wait too long, to let opportunity pass us by, to wait just to wait, or out of passiveness, or out of fear, I'm not giving you an excuse to be impatient. Seizing opportunity is very different from being impatient or impulsive.

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These guys are serious about changing your attitude to life through 'going to the gym'.

Sound familiar? Well to get to the bottom of what's bugging you about your life try the Mature Masculine Power program or join the Mens Psychology forums.

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I was walking along in Greenwich Village the other night, when something struck me. I had always thought of New York as a city of visual enticement. Everywhere you turn from Times Square to Central Park, there is something compelling to see. It's crowded and noisy though, and once immersed for long enough, you tend to turn inward and seek some privacy through ignoring the very thing that stands out at first about it - the visual panorama of activity.

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We usually hear about the importance of resolving arguments with empathy and perspective for the other person described as "there are two sides to every coin," or "what would it be like if the shoe was on the other foot?"

What about thinking about the shoe itself in that metaphor?

Today we have a pretty flawless, thorough way to look at the process of forgiving a woman who's (maybe) done you wrong, and a way to really amplify your own gains in personal growth in the process.

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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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In his recent article in the British newspaper The Guardian, journalist Ally Hogg outlines the plight of the young male in the modern western world. A world it seems is now geared towards circumstances where women work longer hours and in higher paid jobs than their male counterparts. Excellent reading to accompany the recent newsletter article by Dr. Paul on this very subject.

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How to Be Sloppy and Still Win (With Women Too!)

It's been a long time since I religiously followed a sports team - probably as far back as the Pittsburgh Steelers of my childhood. They were an incredible sight to see, with the most exciting passing game known to man at the time in the form of receivers Lynn Swann and John Stallworth. Well those days have been gone for a long, long time. That is, until I discovered the NY Giants once I moved to New York City.

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