To be a man in today’s society means being open with oneself
A lot of men were taught at an early age to “suck it up,” that crying is unacceptable and expressing how one felt could be viewed as weak or whining. Men weren’t given a platform to share how they felt but instead were quickly told to move past it and “stay strong.”
This led to a lot of men only knowing how to act tough or hide their feelings in silence. Not a healthy or enjoyable away to go through life. Hiding feelings and not being able to express oneself is a recipe for future health issues, poor communication in relationships, and depression.
Every morning when I drive my car to the gym, although my destination is to the left, I have to actually turn right first because traffic is so busy on that road it’s virtually impossible to cross the lanes to get into the proper direction that I want to head. So, I turn right and about 500 yards later when traffic gets lighter, I turn left into a side street and then head back in the proper direction to get to my destination at the gym.
Why am I telling you about my morning commute to the gym? I kind of feel that life can be like this as well. Sometimes we have to take side steps and even head in the wrong direction temporarily before we can get our bearings and head in the direction that we want to go.
I wanted to share with you some really exciting news that I received recently about my new book "Habits For Success - Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar." I have always been very proud of how this book turned out and to find out that it was recognized as well brings me a...
I wanted to share four fantastic podcasts that I had the pleasure of being on recently. I hope that you find as much enjoyment and value listening to them as I did. Cheers! Brian
It’s such an interesting time in my life right now as my energy expands and my confidence grows. I find myself constantly hovering between that place of really wanting to be out in the open and share as well as wanting to hibernate some more and continue to allow what is happening to birth itself. I guess that is just the outgoing introvert that I am. I feel like I have so much to share but not exactly sure where to start but I look forward to it all unfolding in due time!
Yes is such a simple yet powerful word. It can transform lives, move mountains, and change the world. Saying yes isn’t always easy but it’s worth it. To say yes requires trust. Trust in yourself; trust in the hunches that you are receiving and trust that you can accomplish whatever you are saying yes to. More than likely it is something that you haven’t had the opportunity to do before. And that involves risk. I knew that I was headed in the right direction if something felt both “scary and fun.”
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