10 Ways to Be a More Creative Man

Want to expand your mind and grow your potential? These practical ideas will show you how

Self Care: Slow and Steady Wins The Race

Sometimes, knowing your potential can kill you. Take it easy.

Having a Healthy Imagination is Good for Men

Joe Rutland offers a clarion call for all men to tap into the power of imagination and let their lives become fuller and richer every day.

Don’t Discount the Philadelphia 76ers Just Yet

This year’s 76ers are not about basketball. Rather, the 2014-15 76ers are all about potential and hope.

1 Huge Way We Limit Ourselves, and How to Break Out of It

Inspired by his eight-year-old son’s passion for ‘Mythbusters,’ Thomas Fiffer tackles a major way we hold ourselves back in life.

I Turned 50 and Surprise! My Life Didn’t End

Joe Rutland just turned 50. And he is still as ready for life as he ever was – maybe even a little bit more.

Embracing Violence to Increase Peace

Scott Sonnon shares how to take pain and create compassion.

What if Black Boys Were Told They Could Soar?

Kenneth Braswell would like us to imagine a world where adults and peers believe in our black youth—and how that would change things.

What You Learn When Teaching For America

Teach for America corp member, Martin Byrne, discovers his true potential with the help of 40 Cleveland students.

When Bad Men Do Good Things

Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?

When Life Hands You Lemons, See Lemonade

If you can see the potential in your life, you are ready to be inspired.

A Perfect Test

A San Francisco native travels to the Mississippi Delta for lessons on another America.

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Adulthood: We’re All Screwed Up

We adults have no idea what the heck is going on, writes stand-up comedian Bo Guthrie.

Coping With Adult ADD

Think adult ADD doesn’t exist? Think again. J.R. Reed looks at life with the illness and shows that it doesn’t have to control your life.

Flash Fiction: An American Tragedy

“There’s some foundational myth that adversity makes you better or stronger or whatever. That’s a nice thought, but it’s wrong.”

Out of the 18-24 Demographic Forever

Twenty-five is an age of late night anxiety attacks and epiphanies, and hangovers that are beginning to last a second day.