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Email #49: Resolve to Do Good for Others (1/6/17)

Resolve (noun): firm determination to do something  -Merriam-Webster At the beginning of each new year, we make resolutions. To work out more. To eat healthier. To quit smoking. To call our parents more often. Bold, year-long commitments to improve ourselves. Do we mean these resolutions? Absolutely – at least at the time. Do we stick…

Email #48: Happy Holidays from Art of Men! (12/16/16)

As the holiday season approaches, we encourage our readers to remember those less fortunate not only during Christmas and Chanukah but in the days and weeks that follow. Many of our food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters are inundated with volunteers in December, when the spirit of giving is part of a national discussion. In…


Email #46: “We Have Common Ground” (12/2/16)

“This land is your land, this land is my land. From the California to the New York Island. From the Redwood Forest, to the Gulf stream waters. This land was made for you and me.” _______________________________________________________ Woody Gurthrie wrote that lyric in 1956. The sentiment has never been more relevant to us at Art of Men….


Email #45: As a Country, We Move Forward (11/11/16)

With this election now behind us, I want to take a moment to say something important. America is a remarkable country. Are we perfect? No. But our imperfections present us with the clearest opportunities to achieve greatness. Our blog will be taking the next few weeks off and in December we’ll return – not to…

Email #44: AoM at the Movies! (11/4/16)

Thanks to AJ Simpson, Steve Shaw, Jeff Dash and Matt Arden, Art of Men is now being promoted as part of ScreenVision’s Front & Center program on movie theater screens across the country STARTING TODAY! We’re happy to share our spot with you now.


Email #43: Solutions For an Idle Workforce (10/28/16)

“There are no problems, only solutions.” -John Lennon I was recently struck by a September article in The Wall Street Journal entitled The Idle Army: America’s Unworking Men. Here is a passage from the piece by Nicholas Eberstadt: “Until roughly the outbreak of World War II, working-age American men fell into basically two categories: either holding a…


Email #42: The Tech Party & Why We Need Them (10/21/16)

I have never been particularly interested in politics and never write about it. Until this election. It seems unbelievable that at this enormously challenging time in the world’s history, we are faced with the prospect of voting for two people with the worst approval ratings…ever. There’s no way our founding fathers thought this was the…


Email #41: Construction/Destruction (10/14/16)

“Well, you know We all want to change the world But when you talk about destruction Don’t you know that you can count me out” -The Beatles Construction is hard. Creating something of lasting value is never easy and the journey of that creation is usually traveled over a long and often winding road. Great…


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