The book is about a man who came from humble beginnings and eventually captivated the athletic world. Published September 30 2012
Generation Y is far more assertive and technologically literate than its predecessors. Nonetheless, many younger Americans are having a difficult time just getting by. Dr. Tim Elmore, author of "Generation iY", explains this serious dilemma. Published September 28 2012
The book “Generation Me” probes the issue of this generation of young people being so self-centered. Published September 16 2012
Why is our youth are not living up to the standardss. From rising social networking to the downfall of reading, not a stone is left unturned in the Dumbest Generation Published September 12 2012
Can something really be killed with kindness? Dr. Barbara Oakley, author of "Evil Genes" and co-editor of "Pathological Altruism" explains. Published September 12 2012
Most people think that altruism can only be wonderful. Dr. Barbara Oakley, author of "Evil Genes" and co-editor of "Pathological Altruism" explains. Published September 10 2012
Developing a sense of personal style is tremendously important. How might one go about doing this? Russell Smith, author of "Men’s Style: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Dress", has some ideas. Published September 6 2012
Style, romance, and the finer things all come to mind when James Bond is mentioned. Can the average guy really expect to live like Bond, though? Paul Kyriazi thinks so. In this second part of our interview, he explains why. Published September 1 2012
Joseph F. Cotto is a social journalist and student of history from central Florida. He writes about everything from political trends to men's fashion, but finds nothing to be more interesting than a good interview. In the past, he ...Read More
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