Attracting Women

Men just don't get it that women do NOT value them for their appearance alone...

 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

All Men Need a Team of Advisors, including Lance. What it means for YOUR life...
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What the "Midnight Hour" Gives You as a Man

When I went to see Woody Allen's film, Midnight in Paris, I was told it's a "romantic comedy" about a bad relationship, and expected all kinds of lessons about attraction, dating and marriage. I didn't at all expect that it was going to be an equally thought provoking guide to career choices coming from our inexplicable experiences with the unexpected. That it would treat the two prime concerns of men in the form of women and work in equal balance, or how it is that the hour of midnight has a role in a man's life, were the biggest surprises of all.

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Decades of Women!

We often lump women together as all being cut from the same cloth, and while to a certain extend it is possible to count on feminine instincts to be uniform across demographic boundaries - the desire for resources, a friendship/belonging to a group focus, appreciation of the masculine charm, humor, territoriality and even aggression - there are some fascinating subtleties to the drives and ambitions of women as they go about their psychological development through the decades.

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The Power of the "Underdog" Male

If you have ever been beaten down by life, rejected by a woman, fired, laid off, divorced, struck with a health problem, or some other challenge of life as a man - then you need to know THIS...

Some of you may have seen the film, Invictus, with Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon, but like me, you may never have heard of the poem on which it is based before.

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Being a Man of Inaction

We just finished another bootcamp for men in Chicago and are about to head to New York City for another one for men this friday-saturday, and I have to tell you how one thing strikes me: so often, men think that they have to be perfect in so many ways - perfect at their dating skills, finding the perfect woman to marry, and after a tough time of a long relationship or the absence of a dating life on the other end of the spectrum, many rubber-band to the opposite of what t

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Maybe the shortest article I've ever written, or more of an invitation than an article.

Our teleseminars of late have seen men trying to learn by reading and studying. Sometimes by getting into the diagrams we have for explaining attraction women have for us. And still others manage to get out and DO what it takes to finally get the right woman into your lives.

Well tonight I had a brainstorm:

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Women who argue with you may be more interested in being right, than happy.

When women BLAME you for something going wrong in your relationship, on your date, or in THEIR lives, it can be tempting to feel bad about that.

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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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