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Be Vulnerable

Be Vulnerable

Vulnerability can be scary. It’s like putting a spotlight right on you. Saying, “Here I am, totally exposed. Do what you will.” When you think of it like that, who wants to be vulnerable?! Not many people enjoy being totally exposed and open for people to criticize,...

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“Real Man”

“Real Man”

If you asked 100 men and women what constitutes a “real man” to them, they would likely come up with 100 different answers. Everyone seems to have their own definition, and it seems to create a healthy debate. On Facebook business page video I did about being a “real...

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How to Increase Your Confidence Today!

How to Increase Your Confidence Today!

You’re thinking too much about it. What will he say when I ask for a raise? If I talk to her, what if she doesn’t like me? What are they going to think if I share my idea or thoughts? You think, over think, and analyze what may, might, or possibly happen. Then you...

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Stand in Your Power

Stand in Your Power

Look at your relationships. Your spouse, friends, family, kids, or boss. How do they treat you? Think about conversations you have with them, how they speak to you, and the tone of their voices. Look at their actions. Are they full of rage, anger, or frustration or...

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What Are You Good At?

What Are You Good At?

What are your strengths? What are you really good at? If I asked you to name ten things you’re really good at, if you’re like most people, you’d pause after about three or five. Why is it you can pick out ten things you dislike or even hate about yourself, but when it...

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Stop Perfectionism

Stop Perfectionism

When was the last time you had a debilitating thought? You know the ones. Like: “Oh, I can’t do that, I don’t have enough experience.” “It’s not quite done (perfect) enough.” “I need to wait until it had one more (image, slide, link, page).” They are the thoughts that...

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Comparing Yourself

Comparing Yourself

There is still time to get it done. As the end of another year approaches, you might be comparing yourself to others who "have it all" like celebrities, the rich, or successful businessmen. You also might compare yourself from where you are now to where you thought...

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The Good, Bad and Ugly of Pride and Ego

The Good, Bad and Ugly of Pride and Ego

Megatron vs Op Prime (as my son calls the famous Optimus Prime) in a showdown. Transformer vs Transformer. We know who will win, but it’s always a good battle…good vs bad. Megatron is all about power. Wanting it all. Having to have it all. When he gets defeated, it...

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A Real Man

A Real Man

What does it take to be a “real” man? Does he need to hunt and fish? Does he drive a particular car? Does he have to be able to grow a long beard? Does he need to be married to a woman or have children? In reality, the only thing that makes a man is his DNA. It’s not...

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How Men Can Build Better Friendships

How Men Can Build Better Friendships

When you were in school, it was easier to make friends. Maybe that’s because everyone was forced to be in the same room with each other. You couldn’t help but become friends with someone stuck in the same class rooms for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Yet as you’ve...

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