Sometimes a little humor and reflection can help us learn the hard lessons.
Suddenly we wish we had back the time we spent working and are willing to trade the cars, the houses, the extras, all for time with our family.
Manliness is not always defined by what you do, but by the legacy you leave. I want to leave a legacy to teach my children to think outside the box. Men, will you lend me your ear for a moment? Or in this case, your eyes. I am not here to preach to you, […]
There is no such thing as the “perfect” job. Here is why.
You can be happy in life, but, it will require you to step out of your comfort zone. _________ What does it mean to be happy in life? Really. Is it more money? Better cars, houses, and stuff? What is it? This question stems from my realization that life is more than being born, working, […]
Do you have regret in life? Take action today to change them so you don’t take them to your death bed.
It took Lara Dotson-Renta a decade to figure out the secret to a happy marriage. Now she’s ready to share.
Author Scott Behson talks to GMP about his new book, work-life balance, paternity leave, his advice for career-driven dads, and how the modern workplace can make the lives of working fathers easier.
A career as a lawyer is highly sought after, but Bob Marrow was absent of happiness in this field. Here’s why.
Author Scott Behson shares an excerpt from his new book “The Working Dad’s Survival Guide,” in which he discusses how fathers should wish to be remembered by their children.
In my role as a career counselor, I am able to work with male-identified clients to debunk the idea that the only noble goals in career are wealth and material goods.
What started out as a sexually fulfilling relationship, over time, dwindles into a legalized friendship and sexless marriage.
Success should feel natural. Life should feel natural to you. Because you’re the one living it.
You know the saying, “when one door closes, another opens?” – as overused as it is, Dan Schawbel shows us how it worked for him in real life.
If work isn’t your source of identity, what is?
Making guys play with dolls won’t create an army of men working as care givers.