On Father’s Day, Diane Sears remembers one of the men who raised her.
Not in terms of the Kardashian-style “personal brands” in vogue these days, but by using the practice’s core principles to make leaders better and more mindful of diversity.
Billy Flood wants America to be the country it can be, that it wants to be. One of true freedom and equality.
Luke Park, Korean-Canadian, shows us how embracing your authenticity through diversity can lead to more humanity!
For kids, it’s the little things that matter. If you do Christmas in any way, Santa’s a pretty influential guy. Why not let him represent all the diversity of the people who love him?
This avid gamer, book lover, and father thinks a wider range of characters would make entertainment better, for him, his daughter, and the rest of us.
Shawn Henfling explores the diversity in our favorite films. Is this what we want, or just what Hollywood thinks we want?
Having diversity in decision making bodies isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s often the smart thing to do as well.
Robert Burke Warren thinks about the SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality, and thinks about how it takes a village to raise a boy into a man. In his case, an East Village.
There are a few ways you can stand out and live the kind of life most guys wish they lived. — We’re in an age of specialty, niche, and laser-focused targeting. Companies are paying top[Read More…]
Narcissists and other manipulators can make you believe you’re crazy. Here are the warning signs.
A lot of important events happened last week, but most of them didn’t have a whole lot to do with what President Obama did or didn’t do.
Cameron Payne and Isaiah Canaan have set a great example for what’s possible in Murray, Kentucky. The future looks bright.
While working out at the gym, Richard Nicastro looked male intimacy in the eye and named it. And almost got punched out for doing so.
Tyler Curry knows it can be scary to hear someone you like say they have HIV, but it is far from a deal breaker. Here’s how you can talk through it together.
Caitlin Ebeling wants everyone to know that not all Christians are as the media currently depicts them.
There is no “right” way to build a happy and satisfying relationship.Why not expand our notions of “marriage” then, and let each couple discover the right way for them?
This man says that what we have been taught about exercise takes up too much of our time and doesn’t get the best results. — I’m busy. I mean like very. Starting with a full-time[Read More…]
Matt Sweetwood knows what it takes to be a good leader. He also knows what it takes to be a great dad. He explains the difference between the two skill sets.
Trying to understand his son, Sean Swaby discovered that teenagers are just like cats.
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