Frank Sinatra is still one of the most recognizable manly men in history. His style was so unique, his aura so different, that we are going to examine what is it like to be a Frank Sinatra type of man. This manly archetype – I will discuss others in future article – exudes confidence. You hear people commonly state that they like confident, but not cocky, people. Where is the fine line that separates the two? This would be the “Frank zone”. He was a man who made everyone around him happier. Not always needing to dominate every conversation but being an integral part to it
In other words, by not striving to be the center of attention, he became the center. It wasn’t through discussion about how great he is, but instead he would talk about great people around him. In other words, Frank Sinatra was the best verbal point guard to ever play in the league of extraordinary men. A Frank Sinatra archetype of manliness doesn’t impose his will on a room but instead molds the consensus. Every group of guys has this archetype. The guy that doesn’t seem to do anything at a party, but is friends with everyone. You sit back and wonder, “What is he doing to get all of these girls hanging on his word?” He is the quintessential lady’s man but never to a fault. That my friends is the Frank Sinatra archetype. His legacy still lives on in every group of friends.
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