Nothing is more important than your freedom. Can a mentor get you there faster?
Sometimes you don’t even realize you are being mentored – or mentoring others.
No – not Bruce Springsteen, although we love him too. This Call for Submission is about the boss that signs your paycheck.
How many $6 beers have you literally pissed away with drinking buddies, when what you really need is an ally who actually cares about you and supports your direction in life?
Know what you want, go for it, always appreciate your wins. Most of all, don’t settle for scraps.
The Happily-Ever-After routine has ruined our idea of successful relationships because it has ruined our ideas of success.
We Must Look Inside Ourselves for Unconscious Bias that Punishes Unfairly in Schools
On the first day of her first job, Sandi Marx met her boss, Stephen. He left an impression that remains more than 30 years later.
I AM HUMAN. First, I start with this. I am not some hero out of Greek or Hollywood mythology. I am a man with flaws (and strengths) and I need a hand sometimes to get through this ridiculous existence.
In under 72 hours, three people, completely unrelated to each other, informed Rebecca Wissink on the importance of having a mentor.
James Fell didn’t get a lot of time with his dad, but one day paddling together in a river race taught him what kind of man he wanted to be.
It never occurred to me that there was a name for being curious and liking books.
Kyle Luetters looks for ways to bring non-millenials and millenials together in the workplace. It’s easier than it sounds.
“I apologize to you, Michael, and to the many who have come before you…It’s the responsibility of every black man that survived this phase to look out for each other.”
Boysen Hodgson from the ManKind Project stops into The Empowered Life with some awesome fortune cookie advice for men