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[6 Jul 2008 | 7 Comments | 7,377 views]

As most readers have seen, I have added a link to sign up for the RSS feed. Many people I speak to in the real world don’t even know what an RSS feed is, let alone wanting to link to mine. I will have to do an entire post on this as I hope all who have blogs do as well. Of course, all RSS feeds are free and it is merely a information “push” from a blog or a news site as they update with …

Man Up »

[3 Jul 2008 | 5 Comments | 8,555 views]
Make The Right Impression When Leaving A Voicemail

I just heard a voicemail from a guy who clearly did not get this memo. Before I get to the list of steps to leaving a proper voicemail, take a listen this.

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(The back story on this is that a girl named Olga was out with her friends in the Marina district of San Francisco, and she talked to this guy named Dmitri for all of two minutes. Then she gave him her card and said “give me a call.” The above are the messages …

The List, We Love Women »

[20 Jun 2008 | 7 Comments | 260,033 views]
5 Phone Rules In Dating Everyone Ought To Know

David Wygant wrote this excellent post on phone rules in dating. David is one of those PUA (Pick Up Artist) bloggers I feel are a joke, but he is a classy alternative who simply just wants to help us guys be more successful with women.  His comparison to the business world is spot on.  I just wonder why so many of us lose our brains when it comes to cellphone use in this manner.
My take on the 5 rules – Return To Manliness style.

The Manly Side »

[19 Jun 2008 | 11 Comments | 31,391 views]
The Manly Side Of Smoking

Movie stars, athletes, heroes, and villains all embrace the habit. Stop jamming your hate mail long enough to hear me out.

Man Up »

[17 Jun 2008 | One Comment | 7,592 views]
Man Up Your Email Communication

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
George Bernard Shaw

There was a recent article in the NYT’s that discussed the perils of email and what happens when a good thing goes terribly wrong. Companies of all sizes are taking these matters into their own hands by implementing drastic, but oftentimes, necessary measures to help curb the insanity that has become email. Over at 43Folders, Merlin Mann writes and speaks of his Inbox Zero project. I highly suggest you check …