Why Complainers Finish Last ~Art of Manliness | Repost As discussed as part of our Social Briefings series, “elevation” constitutes one of the “4 social gifts” that change how their recipients feel for the better, and make their bearers more attractive, likable, and charming. Those who elevate are able to lift others’ moods, and they … Continue reading Why Negativity is a Social Killer
"Those of us who are lucky enough to live in a world where we have enough and we have a roof and we have food - we find ourselves caught in this cycle of keeping track of the wrong things. Keeping track of how many times we've been rejected. Keeping track of how many times … Continue reading Quote To Ponder ~Seth Godin
Always Be Moving By: Christopher Keyes Sep 19, 2016 | Outside.com Repost A morning run or evening Spin class may feel great, but if the rest of your day involves sitting on your ass, a brief burst does little for your overall well-being. A few years ago, James Levine, a doctor of endocrinology at the … Continue reading Always Be Moving
If you were going to enlist in the military, which branch of the armed forces would you choose? And why?
The choice would have great consequences. The simple fact is that despite their similar charters, not all branches are created equal. Your choice will influence countless aspects of your life, including your post-military employment options and even the likelihood of whether or not you’ll survive your enlistment.
Gallup recently completed research into which branch of the armed forces most Americans would encourage someone to join. The Air Force came out on top.
Americans hold all branches of the U.S. military in high regard, but that does not necessarily translate into a desire to see their loved ones enlist. Fewer than half would be likely to recommend joining the Coast Guard (48%), Marines (43%) or Army (41%) to their children or grandchildren, while a majority would be likely to recommend the Navy…
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George S. Patton’s Rules on Being an Officer and a Gentleman AOM Editor’s note: General George S. Patton was legendarily strict about soldiers’ upholding discipline and character, whether in the barracks or in the field. He believed that honoring tradition and paying attention to detail and etiquette allowed a man to respect himself, and earned … Continue reading George S. Patton’s Rules on Being an Officer and a Gentleman
Week 6 WODs 129 Push-ups a day Monday: It being Memorial Day, Murph was on the docket. Needless to say, 129 push-ups was taken care of. Tuesday: Recovery Day Wednesday: Hammer 129 out throughout the day. Thursday: Rest Friday: 6 Rounds 21 push-ups 10 lunges 5 squats Squeeze out the remainder 3 at the end. Back … Continue reading 1000 Rep Challenge: Push-ups: Week 6 WODs