Ross McCammon

Ross McCammon

Articles Editor, Esquire magazine

Ross McCammon is an articles editor at Esquire magazine. To learn more about Esquire and to subscribe, go to esquire.com.

30 Recent Stories

The Esquire Guy: Stop Using Your Phones During Meetings
Technology

The Esquire Guy: Stop Using Your Phones During Meetings

It's a vulgar, panicky and needy habit.
The Esquire Guy on the Problem With Passion
Leadership

The Esquire Guy on the Problem With Passion

Sometimes enthusiasm is overrated.
The Esquire Guy on Getting People to Embrace Your Next Big Idea
Lifestyle

The Esquire Guy on Getting People to Embrace Your Next Big Idea

Presentation is important, people.
The Esquire Guy Breaks Down the Politics of Favors
Lifestyle

The Esquire Guy Breaks Down the Politics of Favors

There are some many unspoken issues that the process can feel smarmy, so it's important to get a few things on the table.
The Esquire Guy on Fraternizing With the Competition
Grow Your Business

The Esquire Guy on Fraternizing With the Competition

Relax, be generous and don't look like you're trying to take control.
When It Comes to Branding, It's All About Color (Infographic)
Marketing

When It Comes to Branding, It's All About Color (Infographic)

Is your logo bright blue? Dark green? Eggplant? A look at the message you're sending your customers.
The Esquire Guy on Handling a PR Crisis With Style
Marketing

The Esquire Guy on Handling a PR Crisis With Style

Effective damage control all comes down to the tone.
The Esquire Guy on the Proper Way to Energize a Meeting
Productivity

The Esquire Guy on the Proper Way to Energize a Meeting

Too much energy, and you come off as a SpongeBob-like freak. Not enough, and you come off as a Squidward-like bore.
The Esquire Guy on Dealing With Difficult People
Video

The Esquire Guy on Dealing With Difficult People

The Esquire Guy helps you deal with people you just ... can't ... stand
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Asking for Advice
Young Entrepreneurs

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Asking for Advice

Best practices for picking your mentor's brain.
How to Nail an Introduction
Grow Your Business

How to Nail an Introduction

The introduction is more than a pleasantry--it's often a prelude to something more meaningful.
Your Fill-in-the-Blank Motivational Speech
Leadership

Your Fill-in-the-Blank Motivational Speech

Select from the following answers for a rallying cry you can apply to any business challenge.
Starting a Business

Entrepreneurship: The Game (Infographic)

Your game is being an entrepreneur. And here are your badges.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Saying You're Sorry
Leadership

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Saying You're Sorry

There is a right and wrong way to apologize and a right and wrong time to do it -- the Esquire guy breaks it down.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Swearing in the Office
Business Management

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Swearing in the Office

The Esquire guy can't shut the [bleep] up about profanity in the workplace.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Uncomfortable Conversations
Business Management

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Uncomfortable Conversations

What annoying office behaviors need correcting and how to approach the subject delicately.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Making New Hires Feel Welcome
Hiring Center

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Making New Hires Feel Welcome

The first day on a new job can be awkward. Here are ways to make new hires feel like part of the team.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Being a Good Manager
Leadership

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Being a Good Manager

Everyone knows a bad boss -- here's a lesson on what not to do when you are managing people.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Media Interviews
Public Relations

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Media Interviews

How to sound natural, deliver a difficult message, and the phases you should never say.
The Esquire Guy on the Art of Mentorship
Leadership

The Esquire Guy on the Art of Mentorship

Frank advice on the perfect mentoring relationship.
Time Management Tips: What to Do If You Are Always Late
Managing Employees

Time Management Tips: What to Do If You Are Always Late

The Esquire guy has some thoughts on tardiness.
The Best Way to End a Meeting
Networking

The Best Way to End a Meeting

The Esquire guy walks you through the best way to wrap up a business meeting.
How to Behave at Your Office Holiday Party
Lifestyle

How to Behave at Your Office Holiday Party

The Esquire guy shares his do's and don'ts for your company's annual holiday party.
How to Pick the Perfect Business Gift
Networking

How to Pick the Perfect Business Gift

Just in time for the holiday season, the Esquire guy wraps up some advice on the art of giving.
The Art and Science of B.S.
Networking

The Art and Science of B.S.

The Esquire Guy looks at the right and wrong ways to talk about things you don't fully understand.
The Art of Stretching the Truth
Sales

The Art of Stretching the Truth

The Esquire guy on what to say when you have no idea what you are talking about.
How to Soften Rejection With a Positive Message
Leadership

How to Soften Rejection With a Positive Message

The Esquire Guy on how to make rejection sound better.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Saying No
Leadership

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Saying No

The Esquire Guy on how to say no like you mean it.
Quiz: Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Millionaire?
Lifestyle

Quiz: Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Millionaire?

Check all that apply, then add up the points to determine if you're millionaire material.
How to Navigate the Tricky Terrain of a Business Lunch
Lifestyle

How to Navigate the Tricky Terrain of a Business Lunch

Who should pay? Are you talking too much? The Esquire guy breaks down the business lunch and why it's so much more than just a meal.

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