Ken Goldstein has written a business parable designed to give clear insights about how to repeat your greatest success and not be a “one hit wonder”. Here is an excerpt.
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Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.
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Jordan Gray doles out four tried and true methods for making your significant other feel significant again.
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Comment of the Day: “I realize after racist incidents how inept we often are as white people in truly having a conversation about race and racism.”
This comment of the day was by Andrew Pollom on the post “In the Spirit of John Brown: A Letter to White People After Charleston”.
“Oh, my friend used to have problems with anxiety, but then she started going to yoga classes. Totally fixed it!”
A conference call covers the speed at which change occurs, the events in Charleston, the importance of fathers, and more.
This conversation was between Freddie, Danny, Silke, and Trey on the comment thread of the post “7 Double Standards That Hurt Men (And Women)”. The double standard they are talking about is pictured above.
‘The First Rule is You Need to Be a Fighter and a Winner’: The Conversation About The Man-Box Continues
Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.
There is a stereotype out there that guys are only interested in sex, sports and beer. Maybe that’s because those are man-box approved ways of expressing joy?