How to Easily Increase Your Net Worth by Millions or Billions

Don’t want to do the hard work required to grow a business empire from scratch? Learn this simple technique from a billionaire. Wealth creation…

Smash a Few Stereotypes, Laugh, and Let It Go

One entrepreneur decides to challenge the stereotypes about how his brain works, poke fun at some ridiculous memes, and stop chasing squirrels.

A Serious Guide to Humor at Work

Humor is like Social Prozac.

Dating Profile Must-Haves for the Discerning Gentlemen

Jen Doan says that these six tips will improve your online dating game ten-fold.

The Let’s Dad! Great Gift Guide #1

September is the most common birth month. Count back nine months and it’s Christmas. In the giving spirit, here are some gift ideas for newborns.

Stay and Play: A Guide to Etiquette

You can’t just dump your kids off and start drinking. What do you think this is, the Chuck E. Cheese?

Black Comics Talk Like This, Female Comics Talk Like That, and Adam Carolla is Wrong

“This is not a debate, because it is entirely based on whether I understand his frame of reference, and find his take on his experiences to be humorous. If I don’t, then I won’t laugh.” Josh Bowman explores the logic of humour.

Guestpost #48: Sally Smallwood – Ten things I’ve learned from studying comedy

Sally Smallwood is a gifted comedian, a talented improviser, a writer, and a very smart and funny woman. Here is her website: Here is her blog: Laughter truly is the best medicine. It’s a physical and emotional release, like crying. Laughing every day helped my husband overcome chronic anxiety, and become the Sexiest […]

Guestpost #8: Aaron Lander – Ten things I’ve learned from losing my mother in a car accident at a young age

Aaron Lander is one of my closest (and probably my longest-lasting) friends, and not to be sappy, but I love the bastard. He doesn’t have a blog, but he should, posts like this are the reason why. Thank you Aaron. Everyone is going to die at some point, it is random and unfair and it […]