Attracting Women

You can learn to boost her self-esteem and raise your level of masculinity in one single move. It's all over when you do this...

 Winning at Work

Let me start by saying that I love amateurs. I love being an amateur at ninety-eight of the top one-hundred or so most enjoyable things in life. I wonder where all the amateurs of the world have gone.

 Being of Worth

When you isolate each trait of being a man and master it, you literally have a Superhero's utility belt for living a powerful life.
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Think Like a Surfer, Not an Accountant

Many guys struggle with career decisions such as what to choose in a job, when to quit, how to navigate the corporate politics, or how to even stay afloat in this economy in the first place. Very few have a "bird's eye view" on what their likely future path is going to be in career, as most of us at least some of the time, tend to "wing it." It turns out that this might be the whole point - that in discovering and executing on what it is that you were meant to do in life, it's better to have the mentality of a surfer than an accountant.

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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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How to Know It's Time to Change Your Life

Chris Lee is one of our coaches and was in the US Special Forces, and has spent several years now generously serving our members of the On Demand Program with his knowledge of women, career, and just being a man in general. But now he's gone so far as to publish a book too. See it HERE.

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Fortitude as a Masculine Skill

The saying goes, "What doesn't kill us makes us stronger." What exactly does this mean? It seems that what doesn't kill us leaves us alive, and that's a miracle in itself. In the end, it's a statement about character growth, and how easy it is to take a worry and expand it. To turn a bad situation good. To see yourself expand as a man when you've been put through the ringer, and who wouldn't want to come out of a challenging situation even stronger than before?

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What You Taught Us...

First, we want to thank you all for being with us these ten years of growth on a mission to specifically help men to advance their lives, overcome challenges, discover things they never knew about themselves or what they were capable of all along.

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The Secrets, the Skills, and the Heroic Save

Back from New York and another successful bootcamp for men on attraction and dating, and there is so much to do. For one, there is another bootcamp in Chicago to immediately get charged up for, and for another, there are no less than two new awesome training programs for men, and a remarkable new intellectually advanced On Demand Plus+ Membership we've just launched (hint: next session, TODAY at 5pm CST).

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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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