Three important points in being a real man that Steve Pavlina missed.
Don’t just read the headings, the points are in the details. I think that these points also work for being a real woman, but I can’t say I would have experience with that. Maybe I should ask my wife?
I have seen a lot of bloggers mention Steve Pavilina’s article on being a man.
How to Be a Man How can men consciously express their masculinity without becoming cold or closed-hearted on the one hand… or wimpy and emasculated on the other?
It is very good post. I think a lot of us would do better if we really take the advice to heart. I just think Steve Pavlina could have added three more important points on being a real man.
Maintain control of the remote control at all costs!
Don’t just accept what is in front of you as the best available. Keep seeking something better. Find ways to improve yourself and everything around you. Find out what is better. Giving up your drive for the better may mean your program is over.
Shave every day!
Or don’t shave every day. Whatever you do, be consistent. Not being consistant makes you look like a bum. If you are going to do something, then do it. Things look much worse when you start and stop than if you just are consistant. This point is needed to make sure you keep on the plot line when you are using that remote control.
Pee standing up!
Let’s face it, it can be easy to sit down on the job. Don’t be lazy. Get to work and get it done quickly. Make sure you use your time wisely and don’t waste time on things that should not take as long. There is a better time to read that magazine.
While I made the headings in jest, I really believe that the points are true.
We all tend to settle for less than we should sometimes. Sometimes we don’t follow through. Often, I am lazy or slow doing something that should be done quick.
How about you?