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Our last giveaway’s winner (from a few weeks ago) was Timm from Hilbert, Wisconsin, and he went with a Defy Scholar Briefcase.
Editor’s Note: This a guest post by John Corcoran. Have you ever met someone whose personal story just blew you away?
“A college education unfits rather than fits men to affairs.” –Andrew Carnegie, 1901 Over one hundred years ago, one of the richest and most successful men in America, Andrew Carnegie, thought that college was not only unnecessary, but actually detrimental for the average young man.
Whether navigating the woods in a survival situation or hunting for treasure deep in the tunnels of an ancient temple, knowing how to make a torch with just a few common supplies is a valuable skill.
Editor’s Note: This a guest post from Steven Kotler, author of The Rise of Superman. Researchers define flow as an “optimal state of consciousness,” a peak state where we feel our best and perform our best.
Welcome back to our series on the 3 P’s of Manhood: Protect, Procreate, and Provide. When professor David D.
Aristotle said that virtue is simply the habit of right-doing. Cultivating as many good habits as possible, while minimizing the bad is essential for making real progress in your life and becoming the man you want to be.
Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from krav maga expert David Kahn’s book Krav Maga Weapon Defenses. Welcome back to another installment of the Krav Maga Technique of the Month.
Jazz. It’s the music that many men say they like, but don’t actually know anything about. Which is a shame for a whole host of reasons.
When I graduated from high school and left home to become a freshman at the University of Oklahoma, I had never done a single load of my own laundry.
Victor Frankenstein does not get much attention in popular culture. It is Frankenstein’s creation – a nameless monster (often mistakenly called Frankenstein) – in all his green, bumbling glory that attracts the attention and the horrified screams of people worldwide.
“Utah! Get me TWO!” That iconic quote from the cult classic film Point Break reiterates the fact that you can never stop with just one meatball.
“Manhood is the social barrier that societies must erect against entropy, human enemies, the forces of nature, time, and all the human weaknesses that endanger group life.” -David D.
Editor’s note: The excerpt below is taken from the beginning of the preface to Jack London’s book, The Cruise of the Snark, a non-fiction work which detailed he and his wife Charmian’s attempt to sail around the world in 1907.
In this episode of the AoM podcast, I talk to science journalist Steven Kotler about his new book The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance.
Cravatology 101 can be an in-depth course, with lessons on picking the right tie for the occasion, matching its color and print to your attire, and learning to tie different knots.
I’ve often admired the artwork on beer bottles, liquor bottles, even craft soda bottles. And I’ve often wondered how to capture some of this artwork in a way that doesn’t involve simply collecting the bottles.
Editor’s Note: This guest post by Creek Stewart first appeared at willowhavenoutdoor.com. I am a big fan of the bow and arrow for a variety of reasons, and I personally think that anyone who has an interest in primitive survival skills or modern urban survival should seriously consider purchasing a good bow and arrow and become proficient in using it.
Does your family life seem chaotic? Are you worried that your children aren’t learning and incorporating the values that are important to you and your wife?