I find that most self-help books are a lot more gender-neutral and based on market-orientated skills, such as: how to be confident, charismatic, and eliminate stress. I've had some trouble finding…Continue
"If you haven't read East of Eden, you should. It may not fall into the character development category, but it will leave a mark on you in some way. You will identify with a character and gain perspective on life, family and generations. "
"I agree that To Kill a Mockingbird describes some manly virtues and particularly, the character of Atticus Finch offers much to be commended and perhaps emulated. I also think Plato's Republic, and other Socratic dialogues, as well as the…"
"Lies My Teacher Told Me; Everything your American history textbook got wrong By James W Loewen. Made me go back all the way to review all I took as fact. Found out about histology and the methodology for fact finding in a very…"
"Oddly enough, it's not a self-help book. It's a college literature textbook, Man and His Measure. A bit dated now, but a wonderful exposition of a lot of very good writing. Otherwise, you can't go wrong starting…"
"To kill a mockingbird- Atticus Finch is one of the greatest examples of manhood. I reread the book yearly, and attempt to practice some of his character traits.
The Bible- Being a strong Christian, this one is obvious and shouldn't require…"
"I've heard good things about "Wild at Heart", by Eldridge ... geared toward Christian Men. I haven't read it yet, though.
Financial Peace and The Total Money Makeover, both by Ramsey, completely upended how I…"
"You know..danger can hit us in all sorts of places. I remember when i was 18, sailing near my house ...the current under the bridge was VERY strong and you could not sail against it unless the wind was directly behind you.. even in a Laser.
"I love my M&P's too. Daily carry is a 9C, although lately I've been carrying the 9L. My 45 full size is fantastic too, but a bit heavier than the 9L; it's mostly a range gun.
The only thing I don't like about the M&P…"
"Speaking as an uncircumcized guy, it's easy for me to draw the line on my penis at which circumsion would have occurred. I can therefore easily imagine the skin I would have lost. I like having that skin, and the feeling that comes with it,…"