By gender, a man’s approach to life is, “I will, therefore it’s done.”
The saying, when there’s a will there’s a way, is in one way or another every man’s core motto. Every man uses his will to assert himself into life, to make his mark. Some men have a weak will, others have a strong will, but strong or weak every man has a burning desire to strengthen it, build it, and use it in the most powerful way possible. This will is what drives men to become champions: whether they are writing a book, building a computer program, building a muscle car, going for the gold at the world Olympics, or designing clothes. Whatever a man does, his will gets him there, driving him to push the boundaries and be the best he can possibly be.
The human will is a powerful tool whether we use it for constructive or destructive purposes and a man spends his entire lifetime learning how to direct it properly. Some men are naturally more in tune with their will and can use it quite readily yet lack the wisdom to direct it constructively. Other men are not so in tune with their will, or it is naturally weak, but with maturity and wisdom hone their mind and senses to wisely direct and strengthen it. Whatever the case, the mind and will that work together through maturity and wisdom allows a man to see his goal, know in his heart that he will accomplish it, and resolve to make it happen whatever the sacrifice, including himself, to follow it through.