What could 10 women say to make this group of grown men cry?

My friend was telling me about attending a men's event he attended a few years ago. A group of women were brought in to give direct feedback about how they perceived the guys and their clothing, their demeanor, the way they came across. These were grown men -- construction workers, authors, professionals. Try to imagine what happened. "The guys were ...

How to be happy for life: With Gretchen Rubin and Ramit Sethi

When I was doing a lot of TV, I would take questions from viewers. Literally 99% of questions would fall into the same 5 categories: I’m in debt. How do I pay it off? My credit card company did X to me. What should I do? I want to buy X. Can I afford it? I just had kids. ...

How to handle a career crossroads

I remember being totally unsure about what direction to take with my career. I was at a crossroads with two choices -- and I had no idea what to do. Senior year of college, I had a great job offer. It would have impressed my friends and parents, I would have made a lot of money -- but there was ...

How to get unstuck (new 1-hour mini-course with BJ Fogg)

You know when you go to the gym for 3 months straight, then miss a day (“I’ll go tomorrow...”) ...then you end up skipping the next 3 weeks? Why do we stop doing things we actually want to do? Jerry Seinfeld knew why -- and he knew the secret of momentum: He told me to get a big wall ...

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Instant irresistibility: How to make small talk and advanced social skills

I did not want to hit on this woman. But my friend noticed her checking me out, so he glanced at me and raised his eyebrows. I looked at him, silently saying, “Really? Do I have to?” He just tilted his head and raised his eyebrows even higher. Nothing more needed to be said -- every guy knows what that ...

How to create new habits (with Charles Duhigg)

The good thing about having a bad memory is I can read a book...then 3 months later, read it again and it’s all new to me. Amazing! This is why, when I was a kid, I read every book in our house at least 3 times -- including the ENTIRE series of my sisters’ books, Sweet Valley High, ...