Tag Man Up

Step to Manhood #58

Tweet It’s time to be done with blaming others for what goes wrong.  One step closer to manhood.  To help someone explore their step feel free to share your thoughts, quotes, or anecdote in the comment section below.

Step to Manhood #36

Tweet Complaining was Outlawed at Age 5 One step closer to manhood.  To help someone explore their step feel free to share your thoughts, quotes, or anecdote in the comment section below.

5 Minute Interview: Giacomo Knox

Tweet Question #1 Alvin: Who are you, what do you do, and what do you enjoy most about it? Giacomo: My name is Giacomo (jah-ko-mo) Knox, and I am the Creator and Co-Executive Producer of A Week With My Father www.aweekwithmyfather.com.  The show is a Reality TV series that reunites

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Five Minute Interview: Dr. Michael Kimmel

Tweet Question #1  Alvin: Who are you, what do you do, and what do you enjoy most about it?  Michael: I’m a sociologist and an activist who supports gender equality.  I teach at a university.  What I like the most is working to balance my teaching, researching, and activism as

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Step to Manhood #19

Tweet The Number #1 question to ask for the rest of a life is what have I accomplished? One step closer to manhood.  To help someone explore their step feel free to share your thoughts, quotes, or anecdote in the comment section below.

If You Don’t Man Up Now, You’ll Hate Yourself Later

Tweet If it weren’t for the last minute, I wouldn’t get anything done.  ~ Author Unknown Everyone is guilty for putting off important task for tomorrow.   Working on slightly smaller tasks to appear productive is a distraction or an excuse to avoid what’s truly important.  Some things can’t be put

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Dr. Steve Perry: Education is The Greatest Equalizer

Tweet  High expectations achieves the almost near impossible.  A zero percent drop out rate and 100% of children that graduate from Capital Prep Magnet School will go to a 4 year college.   Steve Perry is the principal and founder of Capitol Preparatory Magnet School in Connecticut. Before that he managed a homeless

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