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Principles of War: 4 Strategies to Conquer Life

Principles of War: 4 Strategies to Conquer Life

Life lessons litter history. In studying the past, we learn from the experiences of other people; an exercise designed to help us avoid pitfalls and setbacks in our own life. Next to nothing we see in our lifetimes is unique; nothing more than a re-occurrence of something that’s happened over and again in the past. However, our time is limited …

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Three Leg Exercises That Will Break You

The muscles in the legs have long been underdeveloped by many self-proclaimed “gym rats.” I see countless guys in my gym with impressive, developed upper bodies on top of a very average lower bodies. Leg exercises are just not the popular thing to do in the gym. However, development of the calves, hamstrings, glutes, and quads are vital for  having …

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Society, Technology, and the Downfalls of Conformity

“Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” John F. Kennedy The desire to “fit in”with the masses is the predominant reasoning that governs why people often lose their sense of individuality. What follows is often a risk averse life and in turn little to no variance in one’s day-to-day existence. By following the crowd and never challenging …

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Shades of a Single Man – Which are You?

Being single can be a remarkable time in one’s life – filled with casual encounters, spontaneity, and unforgettable memories. The single man has no responsibilities to anyone other than himself, and is free to come and go as he pleases. Being single (combined with the extra bonus of being young) is the time to make questionable decisions, learn from mistakes, …

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Rob Gronkowski – Alpha Male

If you follow professional football – Rob Gronkowski is a household name. The best tight end in football and on a Hall of Fame trek – Gronkowski is also a fun-loving party animal who offers no apologies for his cavalier attitude and crazy antics off the field. The guy plays football at the highest level week after week and although …

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Realize What Matters in Life

My father passed away on Halloween. Its been a grueling, two-week stretch. After a week in the hospital, unconscious and no hope for recovery, we decided to pull the life support. The trivial things in life are put into perspective when you watch a parent take their last breath. It was a surreal experience, and it has further strengthened my …

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Alpha Phrase Series: A Man with Options

This is Part I of a series where I describe Alpha Phrases that I use with women, and that WORK with women. The Scene Picture this. You are out for drinks with a cute girl. The conversation is going great, the alcohol is flowing, and both of you are having a great time. The vibe of the interaction gives you …

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Apollos Hester’s Contagious Attitude

Apollos Hester is a high school football player from Austin, Texas. In the video below, he gives a post game interview after beating a rival high school by 1 point. I saw this video today, and was blown away by this kid’s attitude. It was almost like his speech was rehearsed (it wasn’t). The optimism, drive, dedication, and belief in …

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Tinder Tips for Success

Back in June, I wrote my Alpha Guide to Online Dating profiling two dating websites; Plenty of Fish (POF) and OKC. I still regularly check those two sites, but noticed a substantial drop off in quality over the summer. I attribute this to the weather plain and simple. Come summer, girls want to run wild and free and do not …

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Avoiding the Road to Nowhere

The goal is simple. It is to avoid the road to nowhere. “The human race is a monotonous affair. Most people spend the greatest part of their time working in order to live, and what little freedom remains so fills them with fear that they seek out any and every means to be rid of it.” ― Johann Wolfgang von …

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