What is Transformation?
May09

What is Transformation?

Guest post from Jim Mitchell A group of fellow facilitators of transformation and I just ‘wrote’ this article thru a live ‘conversation’ here of FB. Fascinating. Thank you Carl Foster, Dr. Linda Larkey, Daniel McCoy and George Daranyi for your contributions. Transformation: Transformation occurs when previously unaligned forces come together at a precise moment with enough impact to head, heart, body, and soul...

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Real Men Feel: Ep. 88, Masculine Emotional Intelligence is Not an Oxymoron with Owen Marcus
Apr06

Real Men Feel: Ep. 88, Masculine Emotional Intelligence is Not an Oxymoron with Owen Marcus

Masculine Emotional Intelligence is Not an Oxymoron with Owen Marcus Episode 88, April 3, 2018 This week Andy Grant and Appio Hunter are joined by author, speaker, and coach, Owen Marcus, to talk about men and emotions, men’s groups, and other tools for men to build remarkable lives. Men are leaving behind the duality of being macho OR sensitive. It doesn’t have to be either/or. “What holds us back from being Remarkable is how we...

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Male Encounters with the Feminine
Mar21

Male Encounters with the Feminine

by Mothiur Rahman Reprinted with permission from ‘The Feminine and the Seeds of the Future Series‘ There has been an absence of male role models in my life, ones I felt I could connect with and be inspired to follow into and through adulthood. That absence, I have been learning, has led to all sorts of entrapments by projections of what I felt being a man is about. I carried a sense of betrayal that the sex I was born into...

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Loneliness is killing millions of American men. Here’s why.
Feb21

Loneliness is killing millions of American men. Here’s why.

Reprinted with permission from Mark Greene via UpWorthy & The Good Men Project. When I was 7, my best friend’s name was George. He lived around the corner from me. George was tall and lanky. His elbows always akimbo, his cowlick stellar in its sheer verticality. He had an aquarium. He had a glow-in-the-dark board game. He had the 45 rpm of “Hang On, Sloopy,” and he was a Harry Nilsson fan, just like me. I can still...

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This is my Journey – Bruce Noll
Jan29

This is my Journey – Bruce Noll

by Bruce Noll This is the short version of what I hope to document fully in the near future. I choose not to compare my life with that of any other human being though I acknowledge having done so (wittingly or unwittingly) for most of this life. At this stage in my experience I am choosing to come to terms with what is, as I currently understand it, in an effort to change the result of the balance of my life by changing my...

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How Empowerment Leads to Engagement
Jan09

How Empowerment Leads to Engagement

by Alain Hunkins, originally published on Pioneer Leadership If it were you, which would you most prefer? No choice Someone else’s choice for me My choice The answer is obvious:  In general, we prefer to make our own choices. There’s a freedom that comes from making our own choices.  This is the heart of empowerment: the ability to be directly involved in our work. This involvement includes prioritizing the work,  as well as when and...

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