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Feeling Restless? Here's a Simple Cure | The Art of Manliness

“I wish to see our people hardy, vigorous, strong, able to hold their own in whatever test may arise. I wish to see them able to work and able to …

How to Be Assertive | The Art of Manliness

<i>Your boss consistently asks you at the last minute to come into work on the weekend. You say “yes” every time even though you have family plans. You</i> …

Be Charismatic and Influential | The Art of Manliness

We’ve probably all seen those men who can enter any room and instantly command it. I’m not talking about the loud and boisterous dolt who makes a …

The book on John Fox: Inside the new Bears coach's experience, style

<b>Chapter 1</b><p><b>Introduction</b><p>Everything seemed to be flowing that night. The conversation. The chemistry. The red wine.<p>In the middle of an unforeseen January whirlwind, John Fox found himself at a familiar haunt — Fleming's in Englewood, Colo. — face to face with his improbable future.<p>He was about to …

NFL

How to Remove Yellow Armpit Stains | The Art of Manliness

It’s a sartorial problem that many men have, but few talk about. Yellow armpit stains.<p>You or someone you know has probably suffered the shame and …

Five Signs Your CEO Is Incompetent

The longer you stay in the business world the sharper your instincts get, especially if you survive a snakebite or two. Once a particular snakes bites you, you’re unlikely to get bitten by the same type of snake again.<p>On a job search, a young person focuses his or her energy on pleasing the …

Leadership

A Man's Guide to the Scarf | The Art of Manliness

Most men’s scarves are approximately 10 inches wide, 70 inches long, and made from either a solid or patterned cut of cloth designed to wrap around …

The 5 Types of Shoes Every Guy Should Own

From dress shoes for work to casual slip-ons for summer.<p>No matter how extensive your shoe collection may be, it means nothing if you don't have the right pair of shoes for the right occasion.<p>You probably love those comfy Nike sandals or fresh black sneakers, but they're not going to cut it at the …

Shoes

Ode to Arnie: Five cardigans The King would love

After celebrating Arnold Palmer's 85th birthday we thought it'd be appropriate to commemorate the King's classic style with a salute to his most iconic sweater -- the cardigan.<p>The Cardigan sweater was originally conceived as a naval knitwear piece and was first popularized in the mid-1850s when …

How to Answer the Questions You Always Get Asked When Meeting Someone | The Art of Manliness

Almost every time you meet someone new, there are three questions you will probably have to answer during your conversation:<p><b>What’s your name?</b>• <b><br>What do</b> …

How to Communicate Your Needs in a Relationship | The Art of Manliness

As we’ve discussed before, many men these days have trouble being assertive. One of the things these “Nice Guys” struggle with is communicating their …

UN finding on climate change is just a bunch of hot air, new report claims

A U.N.-commissioned panel says climate change is hurting the growth of crops, affecting the quality of water supplies and forcing wildlife to change the way it lives – but what if it’s all just smoke and mirrors?<p>A new report from the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), …

Finishing Touches to Look Your Best

Men's Fashion

The Move That Makes Your Belly Disappear

Carve a V-shaped torso with this two-in-one, back-blasting exercise<p>Building your back can make you appear slimmer, even if you haven't lost an inch around your middle. Your largest back muscles—the latissimus dorsi—start on the lower half of your back and attach to the inside of your upper arms, …

Let's Hit Russia Where It Hurts

Thus far, President Obama’s response to Vladimir Putin’s invasion and annexation of Crimea has been pathetic. We need to hit Russia where it hurts—in the pocketbook—and we need to do it <i>now</i>.<p>Russia’s greatest strategic vulnerability is its dependence upon oil revenues, both to fund its central …

Delayed Gratification: How to Unleash the Power and Pleasure of Waiting | The Art of Manliness

While I was a fat kid in middle school who couldn’t even do a single pull-up, since college my weight has been decidedly average; I am neither …

U.S. Nuclear Agency Hid Concerns, Hailed Safety Record as Fukushima Melted

In the tense days after a powerful earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan on March 11, 2011, staff at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission made a concerted effort to play down the risk of earthquakes and tsunamis to America’s aging nuclear plants, according to …

Natural Gas, Unnatural Returns In A Winning Utilities Fund

When investors think of utilities there are a few words that come to mind: safe, boring, stodgy.<p>So how to explain then the returns of the Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund (GASFX), which has delivered more than 18% annualized over the last five years.<p>The reality is fairly simple, explains portfolio …

Truth And Consequences for Krugman, And Keynes, And Obama

Just about one year ago, on February 8, 2013, New York Times columnist and unreconstructed Keynesian Paul Krugman was interviewed by another lefty, Marc Lamont Hill, on Huff Post Live, the Huffington Post website.<p>Krugman was expounding on how to get the economy growing again and create jobs, which …

The Obama Administration's Split Personality Shows It's About Elections, Not Jobs

The Obama administration appears to have a split personality at the moment about the role and economic health of small business in America. Within a span of days, President Obama himself led a push for an enormous increase in the minimum wage, from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour, and then did a u-turn in …

Nike's Innovation Cover-Up doesn't compromise warmth, comfort or playability

__By Marty Hackel<p>__<p>It's a shirt; no, it's a sweater; no, it's a jacket.<p>Truth is, it's all of them.<p>The new Nike Innovation Cover-Up ($120) wears like a sweater and functions like a weather-resistant jacket but is light enough to feel like a shirt. The rib sleeves are something I especially like, and …

9 Shark Tank Business Lessons | The Art of Manliness

I don’t watch much television — with two small children and a business, I just don’t have time. But there’s one show that I DVR and watch without …

A Man's Primer on Gin | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Joe Maiellano.</i><p>Gin is perhaps the most versatile of the distilled spirits. Sure, whisky is delicious. With a …