Appreciating The Art of Manliness

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One of my favorite blogs is The Art of Manliness — a blog dedicated to uncovering the lost art of being a man. The author’s words, not mine. Nevertheless, there’s an abundance of life wisdom offered on this site. Here are some of my favorite articles:

  1. Manvotional: George Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation
  2. The Art of Conversation
  3. How to End a Conversation
  4. Manvotional: Lord Chesterfield on the Art of Gentlemanly Conversation
  5. Make Yourself Stick With These First Impression Tips
  6. How to Enter the Room Like a Boss
  7. How to Pull An All Nighter – Tips from the Special Forces
  8. The First Key to Mastery:  Finding Your Life’s Task
  9. Gaining Mastery: Three Vital Steps of the Apprenticeship Phase
  10. Are You a Sheep or Sheepdog?
  11. 8 Reasons You’re Hardwired for Sheepness
  12. Your Roadmap to Becoming a Sheepdog

I haven’t read these yet but they look darn good from the skimming:

  1. Become the Supreme Commander of Your Mind:  How to Effectively Manage Your Attention
  2. Keep Your Head:  4 Exercises for Building Your Mental Toughness – Inspired by War
  3. Manvotional:  The Courage to Face Ingratitude
  4. How to Speed Read Like Theodore Roosevelt
  5. 14 Famous Man Caves
  6. The Power of Ritual: The Rocket Booster of Personal Change Transformation and Progress
  7. How and Why to Become a Lifelong Learner
  8. 37 Conversation Rules for Gentleman from 1875
  9. Series:  Building Your Resiliency

Visit the Art of Manliness today and you will not be disappointed.  The site offers a wealth of enlightened self-development resources.


Categories: Blogging, Culture, Leadership, Self-Awareness, self-development, Self-Improvement

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