Presentation requires more than a PowerPoint

Preparing for your next presentation takes more than a well designed PowerPoint. We’ve curated a few best practices to support you in your next business meeting or interview. Follow these simple tasks to ensure that your next presentation is impactful, powerful and reflects the very best of what you have to offer.

Choose your clothes ahead of time. Put on your outfit and ensure that it is well pressed, no buttons are missing and there are no stains or loose threads. Put your entire outfit out the night…

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Don’t Fear The Wine List

Avoid the confusion with the dreaded wine listSo you’re out to dinner at a swanky new eatery, entertaining clients or simply enjoying time with friends. The ten page wine list has landed in front of you, and as the host, you are tasked with choosing a bottle for the table. Even the most seasoned oenophile may start shaking in their boots when put on the spot, but remain calm. Here are some pointers from restaurant industry experts to guide you through the process.


Movember Movement

Just in case you have not heard there is a big movement on for the month of November to build awareness of prostate cancer and has expanded to helping in the research and cure of testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity in men. The Movember Foundation is a global charity committed to helping men live happier, healthier, longer lives. Since 2003, millions have joined the men’s health movement raising $650 million and funding over 1000 programs.


As part of this movement and awareness men grow facial hair, in…

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Fall 2015, Classics Reinvented

With fall approaching, it is time to start gearing up with the new trends in men’s hair and some classic outer wear selections for 2015. This fall is all about bringing comfort and classic together while blending in a modern twist with sophistication. Modern Male has paired up with wardrobe stylist, Stephen Jordan, to bring you what is hot for men this fall.

Men’s hair this fall offers a natural, softer appearance. It is time to let the shelf fill in and build some fullness on the sides. Parts are…

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The Perfect Shave

Before talking about how to achieve the perfect shave in a modern world let’s explore the evolution of the razor. The first razor like implement has been found to date back to 18,000 BC. These implements were made of bronze or obsidian. Solid gold and copper razors have been found in tombs in Egypt dating back to 4000 BC. These razors bear some resemblance to what you would visualize as a straight razor. During the 1700’s the Brits produced a hard steel straight razor, most often with decorative handles….

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To Beard Or Not To Beard

There was no time in history when beards were more prevalent compared to now than the Victorian Era. This was the first period in time when beards became a fashion statement. As the Victorian Era progressed so did the beards with many different shapes, some sporting bushy sides and shaven chins, some lengthy and out of control while others were short and coiffed. Nonetheless beards in this era were looked upon as a sign of manliness.


Today is much like the Victorian Era in the fact that the beardsmen revolution…

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Scoop on Goop 2

In continuing our quest to provide you with the scoop on goop it is necessary to break down the do’s and don’ts along with the what and why’s of skin care for men.

To start, men’s skin is thicker than women’s and their pores are larger. We then factor in beards and you have what can be perceived as a complex approach to skincare. Our philosophy for all you guys is to keep it simple. Think of skincare like taking care of your car. All you need to do is…

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Scoop on Goop

It is worth noting before we try to dig into the what and why of products for your hair to start by letting you know that products intended to cleanse or beautify are generally regulated as cosmetics.  These products and their ingredients are not subject to FDA premarket approval.


Recently there seems to be more and more consumer action to become hyperaware of the chemicals that make up personal hygiene products. Calling attention to one of the most popular ingredients in shampoo, sulfates. There has also been an unfounded…

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There is no room for inefficiency in 2015. Every song needs a hook, every color has to pop, and every video must be viral. You have 140 characters to convince me that you’re worth my precious time, or else you’re dead to me. This ultra-efficient, over-stimulated culture has inadvertently forced advertising agencies to take a drastically different approach to their craft, and the way these companies have adapted speaks directly to the character of their business.


Insurance agencies have quickly realized the best way to sell you their insurance is…

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