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How to End a Conversation Like a Man | The Art of Manliness

We’ve done several articles on the Art of Manliness covering the wonderful art of conversation, from its dos and donts, to how to make small talk, to …

Willpower: How to Strengthen and Conserve Your Willpower | The Art of Manliness

In the first post in this series, we discussed the nature of willpower, noting that is a real mental energy.<p>In the second post, we explored the way …

20 Ways to Find Your Calling

Not sure what to be when you grow up (whenever that is)? Fret no more.<br>We can figure this out together. Let’s get started.<p><b>1. Ignore the future, deal with the present.</b> <br>The question, “What should I be when I grow up?” is wrong. Ask instead, “What is next today?” People become fat one bite at a time, …

3 Types Of Decision Makers. Where Do You And Your Company Fit?

The art of decision making should be quite simple. Gather the evidence, outline the options, provide an assessment of possible outcomes. Decide. But in business it is always murkier.<p>There is a fascinating account in the journal Long Range Planning of Nokia’s decision to stay in mobile phones back …

10 Things You Can Tell About Her in 10 Minutes

She's sending you signs she wants you. The trick is knowing where to look<p>You don't have to be a psychic to peer into a woman's thoughts. Even when they don't say anything, women send a flood of subtle physical cues and gestures that can reveal their truest intentions—including if they secretly want …

How To Remember Literally Everything

"Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things," the Roman philosopher and statesman, Cicero once wrote. And though it was important at the time of <i>Da Oratore</i>, his dialogue on cultivating the power of remembrance, the art of memory is possibly more relevant than ever. Constant digital …