Kim Forrester on how to survive the dark times.
How to improve communication skills between left brain and right brain employees to create a whole-brained approach
Shawn Henfling believes anyone can be a successful DIY’er.
Learning life-wisdom through pleasure.
“Quality tools will not only last longer, they typically perform the task with more precision and less effort.”
The best do-it-yourself projects are simple and affordable. Voila.
Mike Julianelle isn’t the kind of dad who can fix a car or build a house, which makes him worry about what he has left to teach his young son
Jon Magidsohn wants to know how important it is for a father to teach his kids to fix stuff.
It’s an old-fashioned manly habit that’s worth taking up. Five everyday problems, obstacles and frustrations that a multitool solves.
When the plumbing backs up, men often expect that we should know how to make the repair.
Erik Crosier mourns how the information age has brought about the demise of one of his favorite markers of masculinity: the toolmen.
Jim Wilson finds out he has got what his grandson needs most from him.
Most boys learn to be a “real man” from their dad. Mine paid me to stay out of his way.
Sep Kamvar suggests a mission when building tools: Every tool should nourish the things upon which it depends.