Michael F Wallace

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What is Honor? | The Art of Manliness

Across cultures and time, honor and manliness have been inextricably tied together. In many cases, they were synonymous. Honor lost was manhood lost. …

Classroom Etiquette for the College Man: How to Be A Gentleman Scholar | The Art of Manliness

“They attend classes but make no effort to learn anything.” -Alvarus Pelagius<p>College students often get a lot of flack these days — with seemingly …

You May Be Strong . . . But Are You Tough? | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by Khaled Allen</i>.<p>As a little boy, I was scrawny, weak, and prone to illness (much like a certain former …

What an Antarctic Expedition Can Teach You About What’s Truly Valuable | The Art of Manliness

<i>“Do you hear that? We’ll none of us get back to our homes again.”</i><p>Tom McLeod, member of the 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, stood anxiously …

What It Means to be a Hero | The Art of Manliness

<b>“There Is Always a Time for Heroism”</b> <b><br>By GR Jordan</b> <b><br>From The Emerging Revival, 1946</b><p>Once Wendell Phillips and a young friend were sitting by the fire. It …

How to Create 5 Makeshift Survival Lights When Power is Out and You're in a Pinch | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This guest post by Creek Stewart first appeared at willowhavenoutdoor.com</i>.<p>It’s impossible to be perfectly prepared for an imperfect …

How to Hack Your Mind: Using Biofeedback to Increase Resilience | The Art of Manliness

Two important skills for any man, and especially any would-be sheepdog are 1) managing stress 2) and remaining resilient in the face of extreme …

Manvotional: Thoreau on Media and Information Consumption | The Art of Manliness

<b>From “Life Without Principle”<br>By Henry David Thoreau</b><p>Just so hollow and ineffectual, for the most part, is our ordinary conversation. Surface meets …

How to Be More Charismatic | The Art of Manliness

Are you a senior in high school running for Student Council President?<p>Are you an entrepreneur looking to make a successful pitch and attract …

Deliberate Practice: The Secret of Greatness | The Art of Manliness

What creates great men? What made Ted Williams the greatest hitter in the history of baseball? What made Shakespeare one of history’s greatest …

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 …

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 …

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 Choose the Perfect Survival Knife: 6 Features to Look For | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Creek Stewart of Willow Haven Outdoor.</i><p>I don’t remember my first kiss or even who it was with. I can barely …

How to Pull an All-Nighter: Tips from the Special Forces | The Art of Manliness

The all-nighter. It’s kind of a rite of passage for college students, especially during finals. But even older adults sometimes need to pull one — …

How to Make Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is a delicious spread commonly used in sandwiches, baked goods, candy, and even milkshakes. Making peanut butter at home can help you …

How to Become a Navy SEAL

Becoming a Navy SEAL (Sea-Air-Land) requires extreme physical fitness, mental fitness and the ability to make quick decisions while operating as part …

How to Reason

1<p><b>Be open-minded.</b> <i>Errare humanum est</i>- to err is human. We are all short-sighted, and very often see but only one side of a matter, thereby failing to …

Critical Thinking

How to Improve Your Memory

There is no such thing as a "bad memory", and anyone can improve their memory, as long as you are not suffering from memory loss as a medical …

How to Get Rid of a Cough Fast

A lingering cough can make you feel absolutely miserable, and you probably want to get rid of it as fast as you can. They are common side effects of …

How to Use Natural Cleaning Products

For those who want to eliminate or reduce the toxicity in their lives, cleaning with natural or plant-based products can contribute to healthy …

Cleaning

How to Roll Sushi

Sushi comes in all shapes and sizes, but there’s no denying that the roll is one of the most popular forms. You can make a roll with virtually any …

How to Rescue an Avalanche Victim

1<p><b>Watch the victim.</b> As soon as someone gets caught in an avalanche, try to track their path. Don't take your eyes off them. If the person disappears …

How to Make Lipstick Out of Crayons

One of the best ways to get new lipstick is by recycling old crayons. While many name-brand lipsticks contain a wide array of chemicals, lipsticks …

How to Be a Mentalist

A mentalist is an individual who appears to have supernatural powers in divining the truth about an individual as well as many facts about that …