Jordan Harbinger // How to Form Relationships & Have Influence
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Jordan Harbinger // How to Form Relationships & Have Influence

by Mike Yarbrough April 15, 2019

One of the big challenges of our day, and will continue to be an issue with generations going forward, is being real, present, and relational with those around us. Men are meant to be in a tribe and many of us want to have a discernible influence over those around us and the ability to direct our paths to a strong degree.  Jordan Harbinger  understands this and our conversation will help you get on the right track in these areas.

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The Mind of a Man: Compartmentalization
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The Mind of a Man: Compartmentalization

by Mike Yarbrough October 30, 2014

While there are exceptions, it is pretty well-known that the male brain processes and prioritizes information differently than the female. Here is how compartmentalization works and how it affects the mind of a man.

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Captains of Industry: Spencer and Ben Young of Sturdy Brothers
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Captains of Industry: Spencer and Ben Young of Sturdy Brothers

by Mike Yarbrough October 22, 2014

When I began writing the Captains of Industry article series, my hope was to find men who struck out on their own, took the road less traveled, and used their talents, passions, and manly perspiration and persistence to create a life for themselves and great products and services for others. The ...

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Fireside Topic: What is your favorite cut of steak?
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Fireside Topic: What is your favorite cut of steak?

by Mike Yarbrough August 06, 2014

“I call this the Turf n’ Turf. It’s a 16 oz T-bone and a 24 oz Porterhouse.” – Ron Swanson

Steak, it’s what’s for dinner, right? It should be if you like the testosterone boosting properties of red meat. Every guy has a cut of steak he prefers — or at ...

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Fireside Topic: What is a good age to get married?
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Fireside Topic: What is a good age to get married?

by Mike Yarbrough July 16, 2014

I got married when I was just over 18 years old and let me tell you, it was a hard road for many years. Getting married young certainly has its benefits, but it also comes with its challenges. Perhaps this is what worries me when I see teens (or close to) planning their ...

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Learn Something About Yourself
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Learn Something About Yourself

by Mike Yarbrough June 25, 2014

I have found that I am learning something about myself that wasn’t as in-my-face obvious when working out on my own. This is because I was able to get involved with a fitness group called F3. This week, I discuss how sometimes you are best able to learn something about yourself when you are not at all alone.

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Fireside Topic: What qualities make for a good family?
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Fireside Topic: What qualities make for a good family?

by Mike Yarbrough June 18, 2014

Images of the 1950’s nuclear family and most family oriented sitcoms give off the vibe that being a family, the kind of family you would want to have, comes naturally. Even real-life families that seem to have it all together can come across that way as well. Truth is, most families that you ...

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Father’s Day: The Importance of Fathers
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Father’s Day: The Importance of Fathers

by Mike Yarbrough June 11, 2014

“The widespread observance of this occasion (Father’s Day) is calculated to establish more intimate relations between fathers and their children and also to impress upon fathers the full measure of their obligations.” – Calvin Coolidge, 30th US President, 1872–1933

Each year we celebrate fathers. We grill out, get him a tie ...

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Fireside Topic: As a father, what do you want to do well?
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Fireside Topic: As a father, what do you want to do well?

by Mike Yarbrough March 26, 2014

Fatherhood is not a passive event where you simply make sure the kids stay alive for 18 years and then you’re in the clear. As a father, you teach, lead, guide, and do all of these things through example first, and words second. In this, what do you want to do well? Let's consider it in this week's Fireside Topic.

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Fireside Topic: How do you handle arguments with your spouse?
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Fireside Topic: How do you handle arguments with your spouse?

by Mike Yarbrough February 19, 2014

If you have been married for any length of time you are likely very familiar with how easily arguments can spring up. Learning how to handle them will not only help your relationship with your spouse, but also friendships and co-workers. Consider what to do in a fight with this week's Fireside Topic.

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Fireside Topic: What makes a good woman?
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Fireside Topic: What makes a good woman?

by Mike Yarbrough January 09, 2014

Whether you are on the market or hoping to encourage your spouse, it is good to have an idea of what qualities you value in a woman and why. This week's Fireside Topic discusses some qualities to consider within this concept.

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5 Steps Towards Manliness: Step 2 – Build Close Friendships
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5 Steps Towards Manliness: Step 2 – Build Close Friendships

by Mike Yarbrough June 18, 2013

Men today, particularly those in modern American and Western culture, have lost sight of the value of close relationships with other men. Men are designed and need close friendships with other men.

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