Men's Circle - A Gathering of Men
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
What is a man? The world is littered with contradictions on masculinity.
Be strong, but be gentle. Be a nice guy, but don't end up in the friend zone. Be open with your emotions but "boys don't cry."
But being a man is not about living up to others expectations.
It's about defining our own. And then constantly testing and surpassing ourselves through challenge, healthy competition, and brotherhood with other men.
This is a space to create yourself as a new man. A man relevant to the times we are constantly challenged by.
A man that brings value to himself, his family, his community. You will know and feel your rightness in your bones when you discover this man within you.
And you will work hand in hand with your fellow men who will help you sharpen your blade, and challenge you to act from your highest self.
What we will explore: What is a man? Mission and Purpose Leadership Masculine qualities - what are they and are they good or bad? Myths about men Presence Creating a safe space The Benevolent Masculine Competition And of course, women. The gifts and challenges of loving them. Who is this for? Any man that wants to grow deeper into his masculine, and wants to attract or maintain a loving relationship with the feminine, and be of value to himself and his community.
Details Zoom link will be provided upon ticket purchase Be on time. Integrity is paramount to being a man. Room will lock 5 minutes after start time and no one will be permitted to join late.
Prices: Staff: USD 10.00, First Time Attendee (FREE): USD 0.00, Sliding Scale ($35): USD 35.00, Sliding Scale ($25): USD 25.00, Sliding Scale (Any Amount): USD 0.00, Sliding Scale ($0): USD 0.00
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Venue: Online Event
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