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Ed Latimore, author, blogger, and retired pro boxer
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“Latimore is part of a wave reinventing the modern masculine male”

Guest columnist for AskMen

Appeared on the Art of Manliness podcast

Emotional Mastery

How to tell a girl you like her (hint: you don’t)

Feeling butterflies in your belly for a special girl? Here’s what to do before pouring out your heart

Physical Mastery

Review of the Wim Hof Breathing Method

Addiction & Sobriety

5 easy ways to finally quit porn [New step-by-step guide]

Physical Mastery

8 ways boxing will transform your life

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This is a free guide that teaches you how to finally quit porn and get your sex life back on track.

Dick Detox: The Ultimate Guide To Quitting Porn


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This is a short guide that answers the burning question of our time: “How do I build confidence?” The Four Confidences is based on cold, hard experience. Not theory. The same way I got confidence in my athletic, academic, and social abilities is what I share here. When I wasn’t confident in myself to stay sober, I relied on these techniques to help me stop drinking.

The Four Confidences


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Not caring what people think is a superpower that will allow you to get what you want out of life. Most people worry about what others will think, so they suffocate their actions. As a result, they never live up to their potential. Within this book are insights about life and living to the fullest in 7 categories.

Not Caring What Other People Think Is A Superpower


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By calling it a disease or blaming an “addictive personality”, society takes the easy way out. I refused to take the easy way out. I analyzed my behaviors and considered my motivations for making a binge and blackout drinking the standard for consumption.

Sober Letters To My Drunken Self


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