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  • Self-Confidence Building For Men

    Self-Confidence Building For Men

    The one key enabling all of us in achieving all of our dreams and goals is having an indestructible self-confidence and a belief in ourselves. Without this unshakable confidence, we would never have the courage to travel the world, learn new things, apply for our dream job, start a business or even find the perfect person to complete our lives. If we do not possess a rock solid self-confidence, we might procrastinate on pursuing our dreams, sabotaging ourselves, or even not trying anything at all. Se...
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  • How Playing Dungeons and Dragons Helps Build a Successful Man

    How Playing Dungeons and Dragons Helps Build a Successful Man

    Playing Dungeons and Dragons has gotten a bad rap for many years, but I can assure you that not only is it a fun game, but it can also develop a man into a better leader. I personally know several men that were and still are RPG gamers that own successful businesses, run companies, are journalists and writers, or are at the top in their particular career field. Many were labeled geeks and nerds for their love of D and D, but they all grew up to be successful leaders. You may be wondering how battling dragons, moving armor-clad figures around a tabletop gaming board, and rolling 20-sided dice can help with leadership skills. Dungeons and Dragons is far more than any of that. So how does being a "gamer" develop a man into a leader and successful person?

    Role-play gaming brings out the creativity in a man. It forces him to use the deepest parts of his imagination because it is not a video game that is being watched on a screen....
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  • Drawing The Line

    Drawing The Line

    Sometimes you need to "draw the line" when it comes to some people and some issues that you might encounter in your life. "Drawing the line" is setting a boundary that will allow no one to proceed any further. "Drawing the line" is not something that should be done flippantly. It should only be done when you mean business and are not willing to back down under any circumstances. Historically, drawing the line meant defending against a foe at all costs, even to the point of losing one's life. These occurrences were often of a military nature, either being an actual event or sometimes a legendary one.

    One of the first recorded events where a "line was drawn" was in a poem that originated in India called Rāmāyaṇa. In the poem, Lakshmana, a deity that descended from heaven to earth, drew a line around a dwelling that housed the poem's heroine in order to protect her. ...
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  • Rightly Dividing Your Time

    Rightly Dividing Your Time

    I often have men tell me that they do not have time to do certain things in their life that they need or want to do. It may be reading a book, dating, doing home repairs, working out, going back to school, and many other things. The truth about it is that time has been perfectly divided for us so that we can do all the things we want and need to do.

    Saying that you do not have time to accomplish something can mean a variety of things. It can mean that you are over scheduled with more tasks than you can handle. It can mean that you are not following a strict enough schedule and let unimportant things such as watching television, mindlessly talking on the phone, or other things waste your time. ...
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  • What Defines a Man?

    What Defines a Man?

    What defines a man? Below are some definitions of the word man in the Merriam Webster Dictionary.

    a (1) : an individual human; especially : an adult male human (2) : a man belonging to a particular category (as by birth, residence, membership, or occupation) —usually used in combination man> (3) : husband (4) : lover

    b : the human race : humankind

    c : a bipedal primate mammal (Homo sapiens) that is anatomically related to the great apes but distinguished especially by notable development of...
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  • Become a Man Mentor

    Become a Man Mentor

    Every man needs a mentor and every man needs to be a mentor to someone. Everyone has valuable knowledge about a certain subject or has great experiences from which another man can benefit. This can be anything from wisdom on life, to business mentoring, to spiritual advice, to relationships, or to career guidance. Mentoring encompasses every single subject that exists.

    I fondly remember the first man that mentored me. His name was Bill Colfax, and, if it were not for him, I would never have had the success in my personal and business life that I have had. Bill was the first boss I had at what I considered to be a real job. At the time, I thought he was old, but when I look back, he was a bit older than my present age, so that means he was a young man back then!
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  • A Man's Anger

    A Man's Anger

    Your anger reveals volumes about you. It shows the world your weaknesses, what causes you to react, and the level of self control you possess. When you engage in angry outbursts, you shine a light on who you really are to everyone around you. Of course, anger is an emotion that everyone falls victim to at one time or another, but how we allow that emotion to control us and how we react will determine how others perceive us.

    The anger that you display to those around you tells more about who you are...
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  • A Gentleman's Guide to Winning an Argument

    A Gentleman's Guide to Winning an Argument

    People disagree all the time over a variety of subjects from sports, to politics, to religion, to philosophy and on and on. Debating like a gentleman can be healthy, productive, educational, and enlightening. Most of the time, you will not be able to change a person's opinion on a particular belief or subject. As a result, most of the time you will not be the winner of such debates, but not changing someone's mind does not make you the loser of the argument. Let's take a look at several ways you ca...
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  • When Music Was Great

    When Music Was Great

    Once upon a time, music in America was great, just because it was great to listen to. The music was upbeat, the lyrics were clean, and it was just plain fun to listen to. Today's music has gone a different direction than the music of the generation past. I believe it is because music is not as great as it used to be, and needs to add vulgarity to "wow" the crowds. Music of yesteryear was not all about fame and fortune, but more for the love of music.
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  • Timing

    Timing

    "Timing is important in dancing and pipe or string music, for they are in rhythm only if timing is good. Timing and rhythm are also involved in the military arts, shooting bows and guns, and riding
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  • Self-Confidence Building For Men
    by Bradmin
    The one key enabling all of us in achieving all of our dreams and goals is having an indestructible self-confidence and a belief in ourselves. Without this unshakable confidence, we would never have the courage to travel the world, learn new things, apply for our dream job, start a business or even find the perfect person to complete our lives. If we do not possess a rock solid self-confidence, we might procrastinate on pursuing our dreams, sabotaging ourselves, or even not trying anything at all. Se...
    09-01-2013, 09:28 AM
  • How Playing Dungeons and Dragons Helps Build a Successful Man
    by Bradmin
    Playing Dungeons and Dragons has gotten a bad rap for many years, but I can assure you that not only is it a fun game, but it can also develop a man into a better leader. I personally know several men that were and still are RPG gamers that own successful businesses, run companies, are journalists and writers, or are at the top in their particular career field. Many were labeled geeks and nerds for their love of D and D, but they all grew up to be successful leaders. You may be wondering how battling dragons, moving armor-clad figures around a tabletop gaming board, and rolling 20-sided dice can help with leadership skills. Dungeons and Dragons is far more than any of that. So how does being a "gamer" develop a man into a leader and successful person?

    Role-play gaming brings out the creativity in a man. It forces him to use the deepest parts of his imagination because it is not a video game that is being watched on a screen....
    02-06-2013, 03:25 AM
  • Drawing The Line
    by Bradmin
    Sometimes you need to "draw the line" when it comes to some people and some issues that you might encounter in your life. "Drawing the line" is setting a boundary that will allow no one to proceed any further. "Drawing the line" is not something that should be done flippantly. It should only be done when you mean business and are not willing to back down under any circumstances. Historically, drawing the line meant defending against a foe at all costs, even to the point of losing one's life. These occurrences were often of a military nature, either being an actual event or sometimes a legendary one.

    One of the first recorded events where a "line was drawn" was in a poem that originated in India called Rāmāyaṇa. In the poem, Lakshmana, a deity that descended from heaven to earth, drew a line around a dwelling that housed the poem's heroine in order to protect her. ...
    02-03-2013, 03:58 AM
  • Timing
    by Bradmin
    "Timing is important in dancing and pipe or string music, for they are in rhythm only if timing is good. Timing and rhythm are also involved in the military arts, shooting bows and guns, and riding
    01-15-2013, 06:47 AM
  • Rightly Dividing Your Time
    by Bradmin
    I often have men tell me that they do not have time to do certain things in their life that they need or want to do. It may be reading a book, dating, doing home repairs, working out, going back to school, and many other things. The truth about it is that time has been perfectly divided for us so that we can do all the things we want and need to do.

    Saying that you do not have time to accomplish something can mean a variety of things. It can mean that you are over scheduled with more tasks than you can handle. It can mean that you are not following a strict enough schedule and let unimportant things such as watching television, mindlessly talking on the phone, or other things waste your time. ...
    01-15-2013, 01:48 AM
  • What Defines a Man?
    by Bradmin
    What defines a man? Below are some definitions of the word man in the Merriam Webster Dictionary.

    a (1) : an individual human; especially : an adult male human (2) : a man belonging to a particular category (as by birth, residence, membership, or occupation) —usually used in combination man> (3) : husband (4) : lover

    b : the human race : humankind

    c : a bipedal primate mammal (Homo sapiens) that is anatomically related to the great apes but distinguished especially by notable development of...
    01-08-2013, 02:10 PM
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