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How to Build an Interchangeable Wardrobe | The Art of Manliness

For the man with an unlimited budget, style is easy. The rest of us have to work a little harder to look good with the cash we have.<p><b>A key wardrobe</b> …

How to Be a Good Neighbor | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by</i> <i>John Corcoran</i><i>.</i><p>A new family moved in next door to me a few weeks ago, but to my 3-year-old son, you would have …

The Power of Habit: Make & Break Habits with the Habit Loop | The Art of Manliness

For better or for worse, our habits shape us. A good habit is a strong ally in our journey to becoming the men we want to be, while a bad habit acts …

Lessons in Manliness from President Andrew Jackson | The Art of Manliness

“I was born for a storm and a calm does not suit me.”<p>While his countenance graces our $20 bill, many Americans do not know much about the life of …

How to Develop Charisma | The Art of Manliness

For the last few weeks we’ve been talking about the three components of personal charisma. First we explored the importance of Presence – giving …

David Foster Wallace Commencement Address | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from a commencement address author David Foster Wallace gave in 2005 to the graduates of Kenyon College. Wallace</i> …

9 Foundational Habits Young Men Should Start Now to Raise Themselves Right | The Art of Manliness

Awhile back I was driving through the place where I grew up – Edmond, Oklahoma – and happened to pass by my old high school. This wasn’t an unusual …

Passing the 10 Second Test

Having founded a few startups, I know that starting a company is hard. It’s hard building a great team and dreaming up a 10x better and amazing idea. …

No value creation without culture - Corporate culture is the glue

Sustainable value creation cannot be created for only one group<p>The most successful organisations understand that the purpose of any business is to …

Corporate Culture

Report: Corporations must join the Collaborative Economy (Slides, Video)

Right now, customers are sharing media and ideas on social technologies, in the near future, they’ll use similar technologies to share products and …

How to Be an Honorable Man | The Art of Manliness

Over the last few months, we’ve defined traditional honor, and then taken a look at the different ways that definition has been interpreted and lived …

Study Tips for College Success | The Art of Manliness

When 160,000 undergraduates in the University of California system were asked to name the obstacles that impeded their academic success, the students …

20 Mile March: How to Achieve Your Goals With Consistency | The Art of Manliness

Nine years ago, business authors Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen, along with a team of 20 researchers, set out to answer this question: <i>Why do some</i> …

How to Be Successful in Your Twenties | The Art of Manliness

<b>At age 20:</b> Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard and cofounded Microsoft, and Sir Isaac Newton began developing a new branch of mathematics.<p><b>At age 21:</b> …

The Twentysomething's Guide to Success | The Art of Manliness

In Part I of this two-part series we explored the first once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of the twentysomething brain: its propensity for deep passion, …

How to Own Up To Your Mistakes and the Importance of Doing So | The Art of Manliness

Yesterday we discussed the cognitive blind spots our brains generate that can make it difficult for us to honestly assess our actions and determine …

4 Basic Life Lessons From Basic Training | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Mike Inscho.</i><p>If you’ve been a reader of The Art of Manliness for more than a day, you know Brett, Kate, and …

Unarmed Self-Defense from the Mad Men Era | The Art of Manliness

As I was browsing through some old magazines the other day, I came across a fantastic issue of <i>Popular Science</i> from 1962 that contained a feature on …

7 Tips for Successfully Completing Boot Camp, or Any Intense Training Experience | The Art of Manliness

Picture yourself.<p>You’re 18-years-old. It’s Monday morning, December 8, 1941, the day after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, and you’re furious.<p>You and …

Cold Water Shaving: The Benefits and Pleasures of a Splash of Cold Water | The Art of Manliness

When I watched the HBO series <i>Band of Brothers</i>, I was struck by how the soldiers, ill-supplied, freezing, and wearily dug into the snowy trenches of …

Manvotional: Leadership and Responsibility | The Art of Manliness

This is a different kind of Manvotional…a short audio interview rather than a piece of text. But I heard it today on NPR’s “To the Best of Our …

How to Pick Your Right Girl: Dating Advice From 1944 | The Art of Manliness

For $.98 cents you too can unlock the mystery of getting along with girls.<p>In one of the old men’s magazines I have in my collection, I spotted an ad …

The First Key to Mastery: Finding Your Life's Task | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from Robert Greene’s book</i> Mastery. <i>Last time he talked about the importance of the Apprenticeship Phase in gaining</i> …

A Better Way to Think About Your Business Model

The business model canvas — as opposed to the traditional, intricate business plan — helps organizations conduct structured, tangible, and strategic conversations around new businesses or existing ones. Leading global companies like GE, P&G, and Nestlé use the canvas to manage strategy or create …

Content Marketing News & Analysis - The Content Strategist

The Storytelling Edge: Become a Better Marketer With Our Amazon #1 New Release<p>You can't win over your audience with one piece of content.<p>ROI<p>Make Sure …