Should businesses make decisions on moral grounds?
Brandon Ferdig is writer from Minneapolis, MN. He shares his personal growth pieces, human interest stories, and commentary at his blog. He is currently writing a book titled New Plateaus in China, a compilation of travelogue, personal experience, human interest, and social observations from China. You can follow Brandon on Twitter @brandonferdig.
What does it say about Americans that the public is already starting to talk about candidates for president for 2016?
Here’s a glimpse into the madness for all the suckers who were too good and lazy for (or—admit it—afraid of) Black Friday shopping. These ravenous shoppers show you what the holidays are REALLY all about…
Brandon Ferdig didn’t realize how bleak being alone on a holiday could be, until a quirky schedule caused it to happen to him.
“A tree doesn’t rid itself of its rings.” Brandon Ferdig is shaken by the death of his grandmother, and chooses to remember how her life connected with his.
Brandon Ferdig discusses Jonathan Haidt’s ideas of openness within a moral matrix to look at how we vote.
Brandon Ferdig wants to discuss what he thinks is one of more dangerous, race-based articles you’ll read all year.
Minnesota requires a registration fee, even when courses are offered for free, online. Is this justifiable? Can it be enforced?
Did Jesus and Einstein describe the same universe? A neurosurgeon undergoes a near-death experience and emerges a believer.
The two-party system has bottle-necked democracy. No wonder Chinese people laughed at Brandon Ferdig’s descriptions of American campaigning.
Krushangi Maisuria is finishing high school this year. But her wisdom vastly exceeds her age.
Patrick Sallee was so offended by an article on how to train your husband that he had to respond.
As we lose one of our own, we do as he would have done. Carry on, and love always.
Steve Errey draws the line between presenting yourself as a confident man and an arrogant jerk.
Living in New England in mid-winter, it’s necessary to learn to conjure up a sense of hope, even with the snow piling up outside the window.
You deserve more money, here’s how to get it.
RG Evans illustrates how adults can be bullied as well; and how they can come out of it triumphant.
Carving out one’s true calling in life does not always have to follow a logical path. In fact, it might provide great liberation when it doesn’t.
Vaughan Granier on how to recognize the dangers of desperation and discernment.
Keay Nigel shows us how to reevaluate our relationship status.
You are a leader on a global scale. Make your mark a positive one.
Before you pop THAT question, an expert “in the business of love” wants you to answer these questions.
The person who appears to have their life all together likely is the same person who struggles the most.
Highlights from The Good Men Project. Maybe you missed them, maybe not, but we think they’re worth a look.
Carrie Cariello, whose boy Jack has autism, has answers … to the questions every parent with a child like hers asks.
There is no one kind of man. There is no one kind of trans-man. And every story matters.
“I find it paradoxical that we live in a society where love of difference makes one the same, while love of sameness makes one different.”
Veteran Airman Nicholas Miele skillfully juxtaposes a personal rite of passage with a personal loss.
Watch 5 years in the life on one young transguy, as his voice and pictures tell the story of how he’s grown not just as a man, but as a person.
My son got a sports locker. And his room and I thank him for it.