For a number of years, I worked as a wealth management advisor.
It’s so frustrating to have middle-aged individuals question me and my achievements or my strengths and capabilities for liking a certain boy band.
Everything in life has a purpose and everything that happens teaches us a lesson, right? By the time we reach our mid-20s we’ve learned about 98% of these lessons and there will only be dozens more each year. Maybe the lesson was different for you, but the moment is the same for us all.
Take a look at the following few traits that are found in noble man, and take note of where you need to focus a bit more while polishing yourself as a man or your son.
Read on for true encounters so shocking, you might feel compelled to take a shower…in bleach.
I used to love my job. Love it. I worked for my favorite entertainment company in the world. I would’ve paid to work there. I made friends at work. And on weekends we’d even get together and play poker.
“There are three types of people,” astronaut Chris Hadfield told me, “-1, 0, and +1.”
These are the many things I’ve learned while being the oldest of seven.
On the outside, you appear to be the perfect couple. As a matter of fact, you are the envy of both, friends and family.
I’ve never been comfortable with emotions.