Attracting Women

It's been ten years that Men's Psychology has been serving men. Here's what we learned from you...

 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

Maybe you've noticed - in general, women don't admire men anymore or take as a given that men are to be honored for what they do...
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Modern Applications of Ancient Technology

Another birthday just passed and I am one year older, but why do I not feel any older or "worse for the wear" than when I was 25? Maybe it's because that a large amount of the technology we teach and use at Men's Psychology is actually quite ancient, but updated and applied to modern life. It's stunning, the things you can learn when you really dig into the esoterica of the past, and try to apply it to modern dating, relationships, careers, and personal growth.

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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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Being Respectful Does Not Mean Tolerating Bullies

I have something to say to you and you likely have felt it before but not had the words for it.

It's time to go back to basics and talk about something we almost never discuss on their lonesome - Personal Boundaries.

Let's begin with a recent news story - one of the many depicting men as "bad," "derelict," "shunning responsibility," "commitment phobic," or any of a number of other words or phrases that amount to none other than bullying.

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One of the great things about working for Men's Psychology is that we get to literally "discover" things about behavior on a nearly daily basis - subtleties about women, work, and your worth as a man that will make total sense to you, but that still have always been confusing, or maybe even caused you pain in the past. How can something that seems so insignificant be the cause of so much pain?

Have you ever been in one of these scenarios as a boyfriend or married guy:

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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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