I was listening to a podcast on The Art of Manliness last night that talked about how important it is to prepare our children for their transition into adulthood. And, that got me to thinking… Continue reading “Be Ready For Anything”
I remember a time when there was no internet. I know, that’s not really that impressive. Most of you remember that time. It’s just that, it seems like the internet has always been with us (and I suppose it was in some secret government form) but in all reality, our reliance on the world wide web is fairly new. Yet, here we are, moving along in a world that has most of us addicted to our devices. Continue reading “Don’t Let The Internet Get You Behind”
I have always thought that any man’s appearance is instantly improved when they are in a suit. I don’t think this is debatable, really. You will hear men who will comment about how they never get in a suit and that it makes them look funny. I just don’t buy it. There is something very distinguished about a man in a suit that you simply do not get from a pair of cargo shorts and a t-shirt (which happens to be my outfit of choice).
At the age of 41 (42 in three weeks), it’s easy for me to look back and imagine how life would be different if I had lived my twenties a little different. Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t actually want to change anything about my twenties. I am perfectly content with how my life has turned out, particularly in regards to my wife and my children. I am aware that any number of decisions that were made differently in life could have drastically changed the outcome of my life to this point. Continue reading “Turn Back Time”
I have made it no secret how I feel about the importance of an educated mind. In today’s society, it is incredibly difficult to get ahead of the crowd without one. Now, that’s not to say that a person without a college degree cannot get ahead. That is definitely not the case as many people have proven. This is also not to say that a college degree is an indicator of an educated mind. There are plenty of people who float through college and accomplish little mental growth. Continue reading “The 3 Characteristics of an Educated Man”