Brian C. Rideout
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Two More Hours.

Started Nov 10, 2011 0 Replies

I've really enjoyed all of the answers to the last couple of questions I've asked.  You guys have done an amazing job of helping me develop and hone the coaching program I'm developing.  I launched…Continue

What would it take?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Nov 2, 2011. 41 Replies

I'll keep making this preamble with my "big question" posts here:  I am currently developing a life coaching program. …Continue

Time Management

Started Oct 24, 2011 0 Replies

I wanted to put forward the idea that getting the most out of your time, setting clear goals, and setting priorities as a skill set is another one of the really big, valuable skills for a Man:  one…Continue

Leadership

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian C. Rideout Nov 11, 2011. 13 Replies

I do a lot of philosophizing about Manhood / Manliness in other venues and one thing I really wanted to share is a recent…Continue

 

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Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"This is solid all around.  1 & 2 are pure hard work.  I will share one thing with you I wish someone had shared with me when I was at University:   You can make the goals of getting good grades and losing weight both easier on…"
Nov 14, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"Your methods don't have to be 100% original, so long as you bring even one or two little things into the field.  Some of the greatest self-help books out there are by people who've read everyone else's work, tried them, and chose…"
Nov 14, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Vince's discussion Help me with a healthy plan
"My trouble with videos is that they can get very boring after a time.  I think that most people are better off finding media to distract them during their home workout.  I watch philosophy courses online during my workouts so that I am…"
Nov 14, 2011
Adam Bauer replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"A little piece of advice on preping for fatherhood, you can do all you can to feel prepared but once the amazing little one joins your family the best laid plans fly out the window! However, fatherhood is the best thing I have ever done in my life.…"
Nov 12, 2011
Adam Bauer replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"Wow I wish I would have had you attitude at 22.  "
Nov 12, 2011
J Garten replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"I only have one frivolous hobby which is my hobby computer which is quite expensive how ever I have made an agreement with my employer who leases the computer from me for trade shows which negates some of the cost of maintaining it but because 3…"
Nov 11, 2011
Phillip G replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"I agree, even though it hurts sometimes, life lessons are the greatest teacher of all. I haven't started on the blog yet, still trying to figure out how to go about it. I was thinking of trying it out on Facebook first by creating a page. If I…"
Nov 11, 2011
Jake R. replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"Well for starters I'm a sophomore biology pre-med student with a nutrition minor at a small private Christian college in Indiana. This next year's a big one for me considering I'll be prepping for the MCAT and getting my affairs in…"
Nov 11, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"I believe that your life lessons are the best resource anyone can have.  The things you have learned can do a lot of good for others.    I expect lessons about debt and finance have incredible value to a wide market of people.  I…"
Nov 11, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"Mundane is good.  It means you are realistic, and set realistic goals for yourself.  If you have a goal that you think about a lot, and can get excited about, then it is the right kind of goal!"
Nov 11, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Vince's discussion Help me with a healthy plan
"I like the walking, idea David F. put forward, but in addition start looking for some other form of exercise that you enjoy.  Try a few things on: try a gym once, borrow a friend`s free-weights, take a sample swing dance class, and pop into a…"
Nov 11, 2011
Liam O. replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"1) buy a few new suits. Doesnt sound like much, but to me it is. 2) buy a new car, I spend more time fixing this one than driving it 3) get a real job, preferably in china, paying at least 70k a year. 4) graduate 5) double my stock portfolio and put…"
Nov 11, 2011
Phillip G replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"Starting in December, I'm going to study for a promotional exam. The exam is 100 questions picked from 2000 pages of material, and questions are word for word from the material, so common knowledge and guessing will not help. The…"
Nov 11, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Leadership
"I would argue that the same qualities and skills that make a good leader are the ones that create a strong, decisive person on their own.  The lonely hero Leads himself well in a way that is very similar to Marshalling others.   But then,…"
Nov 11, 2011
Brian C. Rideout replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"That is really ambitious!  You must really know how to handle money, and have little patience for useless expenditures."
Nov 11, 2011
J Garten replied to Brian C. Rideout's discussion Your One-Year Goals
"My goal is to own my own house by age 22 and have my truck paid off by age 23 so right now I'm doing everything I can to build up my credit and continue with my down payment savings"
Nov 10, 2011

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Website
http://wildman.newworldscoaching.ca
Interests
Manhood, martial arts, NLP, the occult, heavy metal, public speaking, philosophy, comparative religion, reading, canoeing, camping
Books
Written: The Coffee Shop Goddess, Voyages of the Soul: Exploring the Power and Meaning of Creativity

Reading: The 33 Strategies of War, The Collected Works of H.P. Lovecraft, Walking in this World, The Vein of Gold, The Myth of Male Power, The Decline of Men, Iron John: a Book about Men
Movies
Mirrormask, The Man with No Name Trilogy, Blade Runner, Equilibrium, Stardust
Music
Heavy Metal and Goth Rock
Quote
"Men are often, and perhaps must be, in tune with something Dark in themselves."

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At 9:12am on September 28, 2011, Bede, the Venerable said…

Brian, thanks for the Friend Add. Make a great day!

Evan

At 7:11pm on September 8, 2011, Ian Wilson said…

i like the quote.  very true.

 
 
 

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