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Ancient Philosophers Reveal 4 Rituals That Will Make You Happier

Alright, you’ve probably read a zillion articles about happiness online and you’re not a zillion times happier. What gives?<p><i>Reading ain’t the same as</i> …

Perfect French Toast: A Classic Recipe | The Art of Manliness

“All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” –John Gunther<p>I couldn’t agree more with Mr. Gunther. Some of my favorite moments at home are spent …

Breakfast

How to Be Charismatic | The Art of Manliness

According to Olivia Fox Cabane, author of <i>The Charisma Myth</i>, there are three components to charisma: Presence, Power, and Warmth. Last week we talked …

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P&G Launches Major ROI Review

Procter & Gamble Co. is the U.S.'s largest ad spender—and now it's embarking on a major review of how it measures the impact of that $5 billion-plus …

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Upfront Brings New Scheduling Strategy for Broadcast Nets

Every upfront ushers in a new slate of TV programs, but this year's offered something additional: a new philosophy when it comes to broadcast-network …

TV

Oscar Winner William Monahan On How To Write Unforgettable Dialogue

William Monahan, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of “The Departed,” shares invaluable insight on character-driven dialogue, incorporating speech patterns, and the screenwriter as a performer.<p><i>“I don’t want to be a product of my environment. I want my environment to be a product of me.”</i><br>–Frank …

See How Anthony Hopkins Was Transformed Into Alfred Hitchcock

Makeup artist Howard Berger recounts a trial-and-error process and his resolve to avert a “J. Edgar”-style prosthetics disaster.<p>You know the profile well. That lippy underbite. Those downturned jowls. But recreating the contours of director Alfred Hitchcock’s face on screen for the movie <i>Hitchcock</i> …

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