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It's New York City and Times Square beckons. I know that "real New Yorkers" can have a way of disdaining that several square block space as being too full of tourists, too crowded even for a native, too crazy and chaotic - but I like it. It's daytime bright even at night in a somehow more authentic spectacle than its brother, Las Vegas. Now THAT'S "touristy."

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From Secret Loneliness to Public Power

It's said that being alone does not have to be lonely. In fact, being alone and building your life is one of the greatest masculinizing experiences a man can have.

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The Unstoppable Underdog Male

You may have tuned in to last week's talk about "being a surfer, not an accountant." It was actually a two-part article, and this is the real juice: If you like "underdogs," cheer for underdogs, or are, yourself an "underdog" in some area of life as a man, then you are in for some seriously powerful concepts, strategies and skills this week.

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Great newsletter, it really speaks volumes to my own personal life situation right now. Now I do have a tremendous amount of maturity and great character to offer to others.

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Paul Dobransky MD's picture

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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I wish I found this stuff back in 2005 after I graduated college and needed it the most. You see, I had almost no success with women until I studied David D’s e-book and eventually worked up the confidence to meet a nice girl, fell in love, and got married. As our relationship progressed she became more and more emotionally unstable.

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Dignity

We normally think of dignity as something other than it really is - a trait and a skill that a man cannot do without in this day and age. Sometimes we think that it means "self-respect," and yet that's not quite the same. It has something to do with our interactions with others too - not just how we treat ourselves. It also is often considered to be something of a type of confidence, or self-assurance, or personal strength.

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