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When to quit and become an entre­pren­eur

Unless you’ve inher­ited a big chunk of change, few entre­pren­eurs can get their busi­ness off the ground without work­ing a “real” job to sus­tain them­selves dur­ing that pro­cess. There’s a very good chance you’re in this same boat if you’re look­ing to set out on your own. Which means at some point you have to…

The People-Pleaser’s Guide to Pleas­ing People

If you want to get bet­ter at pleas­ing people, check out these people-pleas­ing tips and learn how to get the most least out of your life. #1 Always seem happy with everything Nev­er show neg­at­ive emo­tions. Make sure there’s always a smile on your face. This will make people feel good, as if you’re totally fine with everything…

Tack­ling your mas­culin­ity: 8 steps

Cer­tain activ­it­ies encour­age your mas­cu­line to thrive much more than oth­ers. Pro­fes­sion­al box­ers have spe­cif­ic habits that they imple­ment in the moments lead­ing up to a fight that get them in peak men­tal con­di­tion to win. And I would wager (the sci­ence is still out on this par­tic­u­lar example) that fight­ers who shad­ow­box to their…

Cur­ing Your Rest­less­ness: Lim­it­ing Your Choices

A few weeks ago, we talked about a prob­lem plaguing many men these days, mod­ern neur­as­thenia, a feel­ing of anxious­ness or rest­less­ness. In this fol­low-up, we’ll delve deep­er into what is caus­ing this rest­less­ness and how it can be cured. Back in our grand­fath­ers’ day, there weren’t as many choices about what do with one’s…

Neur­as­thenia:” Cur­ing Your Rest­less­ness

At the turn and begin­ning of the 20th cen­tury, life was chan­ging rap­idly for Amer­ic­ans. People were mov­ing from the farm to the city and tak­ing jobs in the new indus­tri­al eco­nomy. Con­sumer­ism as we know it today really began to take root in soci­ety. Where most people had pre­vi­ously made the things they needed…

17 Verbal Habits of Highly Likable People

1. They are polite when then can be. Words like “please” and “thank you” might be tech­nic­ally unne­ces­sary but they’re invalu­able if you want to be more cha­ris­mat­ic. 2. They acknow­ledge small favors. “You’re wel­come.” These two short words com­mu­nic­ate much more than “no prob­lem” (or, of course, “yup”) when someone thanks you for some­thing. Likable people…