So you wanna know how to grow a beard, huh. Well this is the Best Damn Beard Growing Guide. Period. Bookmark it, refer back to it, and take notes. We’ll be covering everything from the basics of beard growing to tuning up the aesthetics and grooming to beard care and common pitfalls. Read along and cultivate your beard aesthetics to grow a beard like a KING.
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Ah, the 21st century. Gone are the days of writing elaborate poems and drive bys to your lovers house. These days, texting is the standard for dating and relationships. You can be great in person, but if you’re texting sucks, you’re out of luck. Most guys are terrible texters, can’t text girls to save their life, and their dating results reflect that (lamentably), so read on below for tips on how to text girls the right way. Like a boss? No. LIKE A KING. Continue reading
You think you’re free because you don’t see any metal bars trapping you in. You’re a slave. You think you’re free because you don’t have any handcuffs and can do as you please. You’re a slave. You think you’re free because the law says so. Ha. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Ha-ha. But you’re still a slave. Continue reading
Much of getting good with girls is simply not making rookie mistakes. A relationship is like physics…you give the ball a good push to get it rolling, but how long it goes is dependent on the surface and how much friction or obstacles are in the way. In dating, that friction can come from doing the list below of 10 Things Girls Hate. Continue reading
Who says you can’t learn from cartoons? You can learn from anything if you keep an open mind. Dragonball Z was a favorite TV show of mine growing up, and for those of you aware out there, Cell was one of the major villains the Z fighters had to face. What can Cell from DBZ teach you about success and being awesome in life? Read on and find out. Continue reading
Here’s a new idea for you guys out there that is a really effective way at maximizing your life and expanding your horizons. I call it the comfort zone diary, and it’s excellent for personal growth which – as we know – is the precursor for life growth. Enjoy. Continue reading
Free will is what makes us human. It offers the capacity for love and conscious choice. Yet look around and you see a world of conformity and stifled individuality. Victims and automatons…How boring and lifeless is that? Whenever you feel yourself slipping into conformity and going with the common crowds, utilize your power of choice to rattle the cage a bit and add that new spark to life for yourself and others. Dare to be different. Flex your free will.
I’m always running around with some sort of beneficial content flowing through my eyes or ears. This is how I constantly stay on track and expand my knowledge. It serves as an anchor that keeps me grounded and in perpetual growth.
One of my favorite ways to do this is through podcasts. The other day I was fresh-dressed feeling like a million bucks and stopping for some java with my 007 earpiece in listening to a favorite podcast from mine broadcasted out of Spain from a guy named Sergio Fernandez, and I came across a little nugget of awesomeness as the episode transpired that I really dug and wanted to expand upon and share with you all here. Continue reading
In World War II, there was a group of Japanese pilots who would deliberately crash their planes into enemy ships to inflict as much damage as possible known as the Kamikaze. Yes – you read that right – they were suicide pilots who would #yolo their way into a brutal death for the bigger cause of the war. Continue reading
I was set to have dinner with the president of a successful company at a Brazilian steakhouse one evening on a trip. I had been up since the wee hours of the morning, traveling all day ,and not a single morsel of food had passed my lips since the night before. It was 6pm. Needless to say, I was pretty drained. Continue reading