A collection of this week’s most popular posts over all social media… A simple cure for overthinking Why you should NEVER apologize (really!) Should you try harder or just give up? How to deal with resistant people How Stoicism helped me overcome my fear of Death Dan’s Top Resources Books Dan has 3 bestselling non-fiction books available in both written Read More

10 Childhood Traumas that cause Nice Guy Syndrome

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course Being a nice guy is actually a form of mental illness. It’s the result of coping mechanisms we created in childhood and teen years to deal with traumatic events and painful situations. When good-hearted boys are faced with emotional harm and lack the tools to properly process, confront and deal with Read More

This week’s best posts – 18 Oct 2022

A collection of this week’s most popular posts over all social media… The real reason you have trust issues Why people get defensive during confrontations Can you be TOO helpful? A career lesson for millennials from Gen X youtubers 27 WAYS TO OVERCOME NICE GUY SYNDROME (WITHOUT BECOMING A JERK) Menprovement guest article: 27 Ways to Overcome Nice Guy Syndrome Read More

Why are so many men AFRAID of their wives??

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course There is a global cultural phenomena which is husbands being basically afraid of their wives (or guys being afraid of their girlfriends). It’s not talked about as such, but is more of a running joke that covers men sleeping on the sofa when they’re in trouble with the missus and having Read More

Matthew Perry’s truth: Could Chandler Bing BE any more of a Nice Guy?

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course Matthew Perry’s new autobiography Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing is an eye-opening read. More than anything else, it gives an insight into Nice Guy Syndrome from an extreme level; that of the highly successful Performer Type of Nice Guy. Despite getting all the fame, love and wealth he could Read More

Beware of your fantasy world

There are two realities.   The first is the actual reality that is observed by your senses. What you see, hear, smell etc. Beyond some basic interpretation in your brain, like labelling and naming, this is fundamental reality as we know it.   The second reality is what we add in our minds to the first reality. These are our Read More

This week’s best posts – 11 October 2022

A collection of posts from various social media from the last week or so… Getting balls checked! Hey everyone. I’m currently in Brno hospital, about to get prepped for surgery tomorrow. I’m getting surgery on one of my testicles, removing what’s called a hydrocele, which is kind of like a benign growth of some kind, and I wanted to share Read More

How becoming a father changed my life: for better and worse!

3X your confidence this year with my Masterclass: A Brojo member has asked me a few questions about the impact becoming a father (and settling down to get married) has had on my life. In this honest video, I explore what I’ve had to sacrifice, what new joys have come into my life, what caught me unexpected, and what I Read More

The Upper Limit Problem: Is self sabotage actually helpful?

Say goodbye to not feeling good enough with my Shamelessness course In the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks, we are introduced to the “upper limit problem”, whereby people who should be more successful sabotage themselves, often subconsciously, due to fear of change and fear of success. Obviously, this seen to be a bad thing. Self sabotage is seen Read More

Andrew Tate: Masculine role-model or psychopathic fraudster?

What, another Andrew Tate post?? Seriously? It’s past time to reveal the truth about Andrew Tate – who he is, what his intentions are, and the threat he represents. But I was initially reluctant to create any content about Tate, for a couple of reasons.  Firstly, I just personally dislike doing what everyone else is doing – my ego is Read More