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Is Masculinity Toxic?

In recent weeks various news stories have brought the topic of masculinity into the forefront of the national discussion in America.  The phrase “toxic masculinity” is being used to identify a number of ills that our society may or may not actually be suffering from.  But manhood, gentility, and masculinity is at the heart of […]

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Podcasts for Gents: Wrongfully Accused and Tropical MBA

While some of us have a regular podcast rotation that we don’t stray from, it’s always good to expose yourself to shows you’ve never heard of.  It may become a new favorite and contribute, as podcasts often do, to your personal and professional lives. Wrongfully Accused Jason Flom is not a full-time podcaster.  In fact, […]

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Accountability for the New Year

In past articles we’ve given you tips on how to set goals for a new year as well as cautioned you against falling into old patterns of failure from previous resolutions.  And knowing how to set goals against a backdrop of self-awareness is a good start.  But pairing your goals and resolutions with accountability from […]

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Read Like a Gent: Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh

Simple and easy ordering of products online with delivery within days (and even hours) is something we are very much used to these days.  But there was a time when such an idea was a novelty, and that time was when Tony Hsieh first invested in Zappos.  He believed in the concept and the team […]

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Read Like a Gent: The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss

It’s been more than a decade since Tim Ferriss’ groundbreaking book with the title he has often said “sounds like a bad infomercial.”  While some may not remember the testy (but also exciting) reception it received at the time, the ideas he put forth have since become commonplace and despite the fact that he has […]

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Multitasking: Bad for your Brain

Our little digital devices have led us to believe something that is scientifically untrue: that we can multitask.  The truth is that our brains simply don’t process information in a way that makes multitasking possible and what is often happening is simply lightning-fast switching between tasks, at severe cost to your brain’s cognitive ability, and […]

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