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

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Oblivion - The "Rate-limiting Step" of Life

She may have been your first girlfriend, or she may have been a girl you met a few months ago. You've thought of her from time to time, but life is busy, and you've decided to move on with that, and get busy with it. Occasionally, it bothers you that you think of her at the most inopportune times, or have a dream about her. You'd thought you managed to forget, or come to the very logical conclusion that it's not convenient or healthy to harbor any more thoughts of her. But still, she won't let you go. Or maybe it's only the memory of her that won't.

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Once upon a time, men were friends, and they'd help each other for free. Today, everyone's a "Dating Guru" instead... I’d come back from London’s “Bootcamp,” but it was actually more of a Men’s Expedition to be honest.

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"Dating Skills" Can't Touch Courtship Skills

Anybody and everybody is a "dating expert" these days, from a guy who's had "a few good dates" to the guy who looks like Fabio...
There is something major coming your way within a month – something I am going to flat out give to you with my compliments - but I have to get you ready for it. Let’s have some background.

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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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Masculine Intelligence™ in Breaking Up

There's never a good time for it, never a right time or place, and it usually doesn't feel right at all. For some men, breaking up seems to be easy to do, but if we get honest with ourselves, those guys are few and far between. Sometimes those men don't realize that the relationship really didn't offer either person much, and they were only pretending. For other guys, it was easy to break up because they, themselves, didn't invest all that much, or anything into the relationship.

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The Only Real Science of Hope and "Optimism"

It's been a real juggernaut of personal growth technology lately for Men's Psychology Magazine, and we've diverted from the pure dating and relationship material for men for a few weeks (maybe we are overcompensating for the high-intensity programs about to happen in Berlin and London in the next few weeks - all about women, meeting them, communicating, body language, reading their behavior, attracting them, dating them, selecting them for fit to your life, deciding on girlfri

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Psychological Inflation, Luck, and Wealth

They call it "dumb luck" and I agree. It's dumb. For those of us who hold onto good fortune and get too emotionally invested in its meaning, we find it can all too easily slip through our fingers with the rise and fall of very real forces like the economy, or our social environments, or our health. And for those who wait around aimlessly for good fortune that hasn't yet - and maybe never will - bestow its blessing on us, it may be pointless to wait one moment longer without going out to champion your own growth, success, and prosperity.

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