Is failure better than not trying? Andrew Books, father of a high school wrestler, shares how losses teach as much, or more than, wins.
“Don’t be a sore loser, don’t be a sore winner.”—That’s what my mom always said. That’s what she taught us. And to the extent that I’ve heeded this advice, it’s served me well.
Mae L’Heureux gives new meaning to the phrase “eliminate your competition.”
It’s not all sex-related, but it could be!
Dr. Mark Schillinger says “Men can support each other to work through adversity with intensity, focus and solutions”
Does Derrick Rose have an obligation to his teammates to come back early if they could win a title?
Our culture allows competition to be ingrained in our brains. Joanne Deck illuminates the flame of self esteem and suggests removing competition from love.
Want more out of life? Scott Sonnon has a map.
“It’s human nature to want someone more when someone else wants them, too.”
Americans fell in love with the World Cup this summer, but soccer isn’t over. In fact, English Premier League is just heating up. Here, a guide for newbs.
Everyone has bad habits. When Andrew J. Peters became a published author, he picked up a few more.
At age fifteen, I found myself locked in a stupid death struggle with my best friend—for the attention and love of a girl.
Nathan Graziano would like to talk about our propensity for accepting bad behavior—as long as it is in the name of a win.
“I support the athletes, I do not support what the Olympics have become, and I will not watch the Olympics.”
This comment by Hunter on the post I’m Not Watching The Olympics, and Neither Should You
Not everything is a contest, but you can always be a winner. Here’s how.