Take a second to think the last time you used the phrase “I have to…” or “I need to…”.
Chances are you do this subconsciously without being aware of what you are saying, but I want you to look back at that statement and think about what it is that you had to do, or that you needed to do, and ask yourself: “Did I really need/have to do that?”
The problem with using the terms “need to” and “have to” is that it applies unnecessary pressure to the situation.
A common phras
The title says it all, “Abs Equal Performance.” Everyone wants them, everyone likes them, but most people cannot get them.
Whether your abdominals are hidden or visible, they lead to improved performance in every facet of life.
As an athlete, having a well-developed core increases your performance capabilities through improved agility, coordination, power and strength.
As an average fitness enthusiast, having well-sculpted abs will improve your workouts, daily life, sex
If we can assume that there is some truth to the quote above, it would appear we must learn to express ourselves properly if we want to experience real joy in life.
We must be able to build bridges of communication because these bridges become our connections to happiness. Communication is at the heart of every meaningful interaction that humans have, but many of us struggle with the ability to speak freely. Authentic communic
At the risk of sounding like a national self-deprecator—quite a common trait for Poles—I can safely state that Poland’s history has been unusually turbulent.
Its geographic positioning between two ferociously aggressive and greedy empires, Germany and Russia, combined with internal dysfunction often caused by innate provincialism and political pettiness, has turned Poland into a nation of schizophrenic political instability. Most recently, the post-communist era has been ye
The rise of the female voice and presence in the art world, and the rise in the feminist movement have been inextricably connected over the years.
As women have pushed for equal representation, influence and power across all facets of society, the art world has been one of the most responsive to this noble, and to be frank, long-overdue campaign for change.
However, while there has undoubtedly been great traction made where leading galleries headed by women are concerned,
Davidson Petit-Frère, the Haitian-born menswear influencer, founder and designer behind the once custom-tailored suit brand, FRÈRE, recently made his runway debut as a full-on designer for gentlemen.
The brand, known worldwide for its well-made suits worn by bloggers and sartorially savvy businessman, already has an identity. The suits, signed FRÈRE, needed no introduction, since they are easily recognizable for both their perfect execution, impeccable fabric and classic
Philanthropy knows no gender, but historically, it has been the male-dominated titans of industry and their subsequent accumulation of family wealth over generations that has meant it is mostly the men of great charity whose names the history books record.
The first and second industrial revolutions spawned the Rockefellers, Morgans, Venderbilts and Girards. Perhaps most famous, is Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish-American steel baron, who gave away more than $350 million dur
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- Local luxury car and wine connoisseurs gathered at Shadowbrook Winery in anticipation of the Bentley GT Convertible unveiling.
Over wine and appetizer pairings, guests admired a wide selection of the Bentley line, including the Bentayga SUV. The dramatic unveiling involved frosted glass, mood lighting and champagne. As the baby blue GT convertible was revealed, car enthusiasts flooded toward the shiny automobile, to test its bucket seats and inspect
Johannesburg - It was a day of African fashion, champagne and riveting polo at the Cell C Inanda Africa Cup, which took place this past weekend at the Inanda Club, located in the heart of Sandton.
The tournament brought a pivotal moment for Titan Law Zimbabwe as they won the clash for the 2019 championship title, clinching the most coveted polo trophy. Distinctive in their team colors, flaunting thrilling action and showing extreme skills of the highest degree, the esteemed
On Sunday, June 16, stylish A-listers and royals turned out for the Cartier Queen’s Polo Cup final.
Dressed in a customary bright pink ensemble, guest of honor Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II presented the silver cup to Scone Polo, who beat out favorite Park Place 9-5 in the final. Park Place also finished runner-up last year.
The Cartier Queen’s Cup is a 22-goal polo tournament played at the Guards Polo Club - often regarded as the highlight of the British social season.