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Alive, Really Alive
Alive, Really Alive

Story told by David MacLean, as told to Laurie Wang At the unripe age of nine, I was necking girls. Looking back as a husband and father, I could see I was going down a dangerous road at such a young age. That same year, my mom died of a heart attack. At that time, […]

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Healing a Marriage
Healing a Marriage

Story told by Tom Archibald and Suellen Beatty, written by Laurie Wang TOM: Suellen likes to introduce me as her first and third husband because it surprises people. I can see why some people think it’s shocking and I guess it is, but I am so grateful to God that I have the privilege of being […]

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The Successful Find
The Successful Find

Story told by Jack Neufeld, written by Laurie Wang God, where the heck are you?! I was experiencing one of the darkest moments of despair in my life when my son came home telling me he lost his glasses. I was ashamed because I knew as a jobless father of six children, I could not […]

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Think Before You Buy
Think Before You Buy

The Top 10 Gifts You Shouldn’t Buy Your Wife This Christmas OK, let’s be honest. Sometimes men are bad at choosing gifts. Your intentions are good, but pick the wrong gift and you send the wrong message. So before you go out and buy a present for your wife, girlfriend or whoever that lovely lady […]

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Secrets to Being a Great Entrepreneur
Secrets to Being a Great Entrepreneur

He puts his drink down on the coffee table and smiles. In the room, there’s a basketball net, a drawing board, blocks of Lego and large posters of NHL teams and players on the wall. “Welcome to the Genesis Room,” he says. Meet David Maclean, founder, president and creative director of Maclean Group Marketing and […]

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Dress for Success
Dress for Success

This summer and fall’s business fashion is full of color and stripes! Business welcomes progressive thinkers, and progressive thinkers welcome change—even change in a man’s wardrobe. This past decade, we’ve gone from the double breasted blazer to the single three button look. Then the three button graduated to a whole new version, the two button […]

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Success: It’s Personal, Not Just Business
Success: It’s Personal, Not Just Business

To many, success may mean fame and fortune.  It could also mean achieving a goal that was set.  Many corporations make monetary goals and have a team work together to achieve that goal. As people strive towards success they often say it’s just business, nothing personal, and sometimes hurt their interpersonal relationships along the way.  […]

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Career and Values: The Compromise
Career and Values: The Compromise

Most people, if not all, get to a point in their lives where they must make a compromise between their values and their career. Some are lucky enough not to have to face that, but if you do, how do you know where to draw the line? Darrel Janz is a news broadcaster who has […]

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The Man’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing, and Life
The Man’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing, and Life

Former police officer and expert hunter Manley McCorkell sat down with MenTodayOnline to talk about hunting, fears and the things that make life worth living. MTO: When did you start hunting? MC: I got my first deer when I was 12 years old. For me, hunting is a way of life. I love being out […]

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Finding Healing After Betrayal
Finding Healing After Betrayal

Interview of Will Ludy* (names have been changed) I was desperate, dissatisfied and in great despair that Saturday night I ran with Debra to the church for help. For 12 years, my wife and I had been hiding our broken and dishonest marriage beneath the veneer of the happy and “normal” couple. We had to […]

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