The modern man isn’t without fear. However, there are things he does despite his fears because he knows they have the potential to change the world.
Working on yourself is like peeling an onion; always another layer beneath it to be discovered, examined, and learned from.
For the first time in his life, Jim Mitchem is without a goal. And he finds it fairly terrifying.
Here are some things (in no particular order) that might help you on your journey.
Dads, sorry we doubted you, but keep it up! We’ve got a future generation of world-changing entrepreneurs to raise.
“What I remember most: The overwhelming sense of freedom.”
Shame is so ugly, it’s the least studied human experience. We don’t want to touch, talk, read, or think about it. John Harrison, a licensed counselor, explains why. — A new couple coming to me for counseling greet me at the door to my office for their Monday 11 a.m. appointment. They enter with a […]
Wisdom has a funny way of coming from all different directions.
Life is hard for the modern man. Everywhere we look there’s someone telling us what we can’t do. I’m here to tell you we’ve been lied to. Here’s how you can do what others consider “impossible.”
James Woodruff on masculinity and depression, and how you can deal with it within your relationship.
One guy’s preparation for his inevitable foray into fatherhood.
Sex. Money. Power. Shattering stereotypes of twenty-first century men and shedding some light on just how simple our truest desires really are.
One month ago, my dad left our physical world to be with us from the other side. He was a good man and the best dad I could have hoped for.
I want to share this with you in case you no longer have your grandfather alive or to inspire you to dig a little bit into the lives of your grandparents while you have the chance.