Terrified of guys named Jim? This will not help you at all. Terrified of places called “the gym”? I got you covered.
After shrinking a favorite sweater in the laundry I made a solemn vow – no more. Find out how to keep your shit fitting perfectly for years to come.
In the latest Profile in Confidence, Brock McGoff of The Modest Man reveals how to overcome obstacles and build confidence through action.
I know it might sound strange or even silly if you've never tried it, but meditation really can help make you more confident. As someone prone to over-thinking and anxiety, I find it particularly helpful for slowing me down and...
Let's go over what makes for a good v-neck and the (many) factors that make Uniqlo’s merino wool sweater one of the best value vees on the market.
In our inaugural Profile in Confidence, Keith Lai of FitMole.org discusses overcoming fears, jumping into your ambitions and the best way guys can build self-confidence.
The clothes don't make the man, but they can sure as hell make him feel better about himself. Find out how your style can strengthen your self-confidence.
Find out how to become a more confident man and build real, lasting and authentic self-confidence by focusing on these five fundamental areas of life.
I've wasted a lot of time (and an embarrassing amount of money) in search of the best self-help books for young men. These are the best ones I've found.
Working out – like, at all – is a hell of a lot more important than what you wear while doing it. But that doesn't mean the "look good, feel good" philosophy ends at the door to the gym.
Check out this latest clip from The Atlantic's "If Our Bodies Could Talk" series, in which James Hamblin learns a cool technique for striking up conversations.
With more than 500,000 self help titles on Amazon alone, men in search of self improvement need a strategy to sift through the shit.
According to science, the reason why negative thoughts come in mind so easily has little to do with you. It turns out your brain is just kind of an asshole.
What the hell's a Personal Style Profile, you ask? The best way to make you feel comfortable, authentic and confident in your clothes.
Standing tall can actually make you stronger, according to social psychologist and Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy.