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Losing Your Job in Style

One of those things about life that's bittersweet is that endings do come, but when they do, you can be truly free to say and be who you really are.
I have a rare opportunity as a friend this week as opposed to being an “expert.” A friend of mine lost a job, so it’s time to step in to help like a buddy does. It's not a time for sciency stuff and "how-to" advice. That can all come later, but for now, we can all learn from this primal experience men have.

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Ariadne's Thread

It doesn't matter if you are a majorly challenged guy in the areas of women or work - or rather adept at both. You likely have some major dreams and ambitions, some of which you are willing to bet it all to achieve. Men's levels of willingness to risk may vary widely, but there are just certain things that you can't scrimp on, or ignore or avoid. There's something you need to know about (believe it or not) the field of Greek mythology.

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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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An online article from The Wall Street Journal's 'Speakeasy' here describes how the tactics of top CIA operatives can be used to help advance your career or 'mission' progress. Secrecy and strategic thinking are vital parts of masculine instinct and are as old as men themselves. Where there there are groups of people there is politics and strategic communication.

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It's the age-old question of what motivates us.

One of the ways of looking at a guy who seems to have a problem with motivation is this: is he even interested in what he is trying to get motivated to do?

And if he isn't motivated, could it potentially be that what he tries to set himself about doing is wrong for him, not suited to him, won't in the end be the reward he really wants if successful, and therefore it's all for the best that he not be motivated at that item?

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Propinquity - The Ultimate Urban Benefit

Every now and again you're surprised by something you learn about something you encounter or even work with every day. Maybe you have found that effect in the courses of Men's Psychology Magazine.

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Psychological Shark Attacks

We've discussed Pathological Narcissism many times in other articles, and thoroughly explain it in the MindOS and Quantum Psychology Programs, but you've never seen this metaphor in quite this way.

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