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Business as War and Personality as a Weapon

It's been a very long time since I played chess, but I'll never forget learning. I was in high school and my father taught me at home. He had never mentioned it before, but one day he simply decided to reveal the rules to me. I had never seen him play it, and in the end he wasn't very good, but I figured there was a reason he suddenly decided it would be good for me to know the rules too. And that was the point - knowing the rules, not winning a particular game. Practice would take care of the rest.

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Overcoming the Day Job

Q: My question is about choosing a right mission and about the moral issue of leaving a company just after having been hired. Last week I started a new job that is limited to one year. I am quite good at it, and the pay is very good. However, sitting in front of the computer screen all the day , this job has no potential to masculinize me or to help me learn to be in charge of others. I am thinking about quitting the job as this year might be a waste of time.

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Three Master Moves in the Workplace

Most people have heard of the term, "acting out," when it comes to bad behavior, errors in social politics, and your embarrassing uncle who comes to Thanksgiving dinner once a year, but it is exceptionally powerful for you to define this term in a new way and harness the power of "seeing psychology" in your career moves through the Men's Psychology Mature Masculine Power Program.

 

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Michael Jordan Wrestles Angels

It's a new year and the stakes in your life couldn't be higher. You just know it's time to finally kick some ass and make things happen for yourself.

You could be in your twenties and for most of your life so far, you couldn't get yourself a girlfriend. You know that if you can't do that, you'll have an even harder time getting on track to the life you want in the future, which might include getting married. You can't even think about career issues right now with a challenge like this.

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Unstoppable Masculine Momentum

Picture this…

You’ve been working on an important project for weeks. Today is the day where all the hard work is supposed to pay off. You present it to your client (or your boss – depending on your work situation) expecting it to be approved instantly.

Instead, there seems to be hesitancy from the other party. You begin to think, “Here we go again. Yet another deal goes sideways…”

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How to Win by Surrendering

Words are important. What they mean and how we use them can get you a job, or send you into bankruptcy. They can cause the end of a date to find you in the arms of a woman, or trudging home in the cold, bitterly. They can even make the difference between living for years in a certainty that you are no good, worthless, a loser who is never going to win the career, the woman, or the life you dare not think you deserve, and actually having those things.

If you didn't believe words were important in this way, you likely wouldn't be reading this magazine.

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The "Psychological Anatomy" of Wealth

Many of you don't know we've been working on a special project for men called Wired to Wealth. It actually started out to be in an area of life I don't at all profess to be an expert - "wealth creation."

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