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The Art of Manliness

The 10 Commandments of Success

The 10 Commandments of Success

Editor’s note: The following excerpt on the “The Ten Commandments of Success” is taken from The Business of Life (1916) by Frank Crane. It has been condensed from the original. It is the purpose of
How to Wash a Motorcycle

How to Wash a Motorcycle

Motorcycles take a lot of punishment out on the open road. Even models that have fairings and other protective coverings over some of their most sensitive components have to endure salt, oil, dust,
Podcast #432: How to Achieve Creative Success

Podcast #432: How to Achieve Creative Success

When we think of creative people, we often think of a genius who works alone, comes up with an earth-shatteringly new idea in an instantaneous eureka moment, and then sees that obviously valuable idea
A Peek at The Strenuous Life: August 2018

A Peek at The Strenuous Life: August 2018

Last year we launched The Strenuous Life: an online/offline platform that’s like a scouting program for grown men. Each month, members receive The Strenuous Life Bugle, a newsletter that highlights
Podcast #431: How Everything Is Funny Now, and Why That’s Terrible

Podcast #431: How Everything Is Funny Now, and Why That’s Terrible

No matter where you look these days, someone is trying to make you laugh. Advertisers, politicians, and even ministers have all become comedians. But it wasn’t always like this. When and why did the
Podcast #430: Why You Need to Join the Great Conversation About the Great Books

Podcast #430: Why You Need to Join the Great Conversation About the Great Books

There are conversations between friends. Conversations between family. And conversations in the media. But did you know there’s also been a conversation going on between writers, thinkers, and
A Man’s Primer on Tequila

A Man’s Primer on Tequila

While tequila tends to have a poor reputation here in the States — often serving as the cheap shot of choice for inebriation-minded college students — in Mexico, it’s a cultural tradition that harkens
AOM Book Sale: Buy “The Pocket Guide to Action,” Get “The Pocket Guide to Self-Reliance” FREE!

AOM Book Sale: Buy “The Pocket Guide to Action,” Get “The Pocket Guide to Self-Reliance” FREE!

About a year and a half ago, we self-published Kyle Eschenroeder’s inspiring collection of meditations on the art of doing, appropriately titled The Pocket Guide to Action. It’s become one of the
Podcast #429: Taking Control of the Brain Chemical That Drives Excitement, Motivation, and More

Podcast #429: Taking Control of the Brain Chemical That Drives Excitement, Motivation, and More

Why do you feel so motivated and excited about tackling a new project at first, but then get bored and abandon it? Why does passionate love quickly turn into ambivalence? Why does it feel like you had
Unarmed Self-Defense From WWII

Unarmed Self-Defense From WWII

Editor’s note: The following selections were excerpted from FM 21-150: Unarmed Defense for the American Soldier, an Army manual published in 1942, which “describes a method of self-protection
Keep Moving

Keep Moving

When Kate was in her mid-20s, she noticed that her beloved nana was starting to slow down and get more frail. Having heard that studies had shown that taking just a short walk a day could help the
Podcast #428: The Life of a Dragon — The Untold Story of Bruce Lee

Podcast #428: The Life of a Dragon — The Untold Story of Bruce Lee

If you were like most boys, you probably went through a karate phase as a kid. When I went through my karate phase as a 5- and 6-year-old, I demanded that my family called me “Daniel-san.”
The Etiquette of Ride Sharing (Uber, Lyft, Etc.)

The Etiquette of Ride Sharing (Uber, Lyft, Etc.)

Ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft have nearly made taxis obsolete. While these services are similar to taxis, they of course aren’t exactly alike, so the rules of etiquette are a little
James Bond’s Tactics for Figuring Out If Someone’s Been Snooping in Your Room

James Bond’s Tactics for Figuring Out If Someone’s Been Snooping in Your Room

“Doing all this, inspecting these minute burglar-alarms, did not make him feel foolish or self-conscious. He was a secret agent, and still alive thanks to his exact attention to the detail of his
The Monthly Huckberry Giveaway: August 2018

The Monthly Huckberry Giveaway: August 2018

Below you’ll find some of my favorite recent offerings from Huckberry. Enter the giveaway to win any of these items, or anything else available in their store (up to a value of $500). My Picks This
Why Carbs Don’t Make You Fat

Why Carbs Don’t Make You Fat

For the past ten years, carbohydrates have been labeled as public health enemy number one by many popular diet books, websites, and health gurus. They have been thoroughly excoriated as almost
Podcast #427: The Excellence Dividend

Podcast #427: The Excellence Dividend

In today’s hyper-competitive market in which technology is eating jobs, what sets the successful companies and workers apart from the ones that flounder? My guest today argues it could be something as
There Is No Indispensable Man

There Is No Indispensable Man

Before my great-grandfather, William M. Hurst, died, he self-published a short memoir of his life entitled Thinking Back. When I first read through it, I enjoyed hearing about his experiences growing
Podcast #426: The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8

Podcast #426: The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8

When you think of the Apollo Mission, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Apollo 11 and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepping foot on the moon. But even Armstrong didn’t think his moon
Wise Parenting Dos and Don’ts From 1886

Wise Parenting Dos and Don’ts From 1886

Editor’s note: The following excerpt comes from Hill’s Manual of Social and Business Forms by Thomas Edie Hill, which was published in 1886. What Parents Should Never Do Never speak harshly to a