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Welcome to the official website of psychologist, author, publisher and podcaster, J Douglas Lee.

His first book, “The Man You Can Be For The 21st Century”, is a vital guide to modern masculinity and is available for sale now on Amazon. From one chapter to the next, it is a guide for men and only men. This decade marks the critical period when a young man becomes an adult male. We will be on Kindle within the next 2 days, and we’ll keep you posted.

From one chapter to the next, “The Man You Can Be For The 21st Century” presents a new vision of masculinity. It promotes a young man’s material success, balanced with the satisfaction and pride of being true to his manhood. The 21st century man strives to be a complete, full man of great inner strength, aware of the opportunities around him and the forces empowering his well being.

 

THE BOOK – “The Man You Can Be For The 21st Century”

JD Lee’s first book,  “The Man You Can Be For The 21st Century”, is a man-to-man talk that pulls no punches as it presents a new vision of masculinity.  It promotes a young man’s material success balanced with the satisfaction and pride of being true to his manhood.

The 21st Century man strives to be a complete, full man of great inner strength, aware of the opportunities around him and the forces empowering his well-being.

Young men will find a concise road map to discover their strength and individual purpose.

BUY THE BOOK on AMAZON

About

Doug Lee served as school and educational psychologist in Los Angeles for many years, where he currently lives.

Prior to “The Man You Can Be For The 21st Century”, he co-authored a work book in education, “Breaking the Failure Pattern”.

He is planning two more books dealing with current issues challenging young men.

When he isn’t writing or producing his podcast on YouTube, he enjoys fly fishing, painting and playing rag time piano.

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The 21st Century Man Has Manners & Engaging Social Skills

THE MAN YOU CAN BE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY Social Skills: Pay attention Most problems in the work place, or with family, women, friends, and associates are often due to poor social skills. This usually happens accidentally and without intention because it may not have been a part of ones upbringing or the learning scheme …

THE MORE IMPORTANT HALF FOR SUCCESS: THE “SOFT SKILLS” DRESS AND APPEARANCE II

The last article I published on 9/9/17, entitled “Soft Skills: Jobs, Work, Social Skills and the Liberal Arts” pointed out that communication, social abilities, manners, following directions, punctuality, understanding of human nature, critical thinking ability, dress and appearance carry as much, if not more power to get a job, keep it, and advance, than the …

Contact

You can contact JD Lee at his email address:

formenpress@gmail.com

or through his YouTube Channel