If you’re like most men, you long to take the Hero’s Journey, that life of adventure that allows you to make the most of you manhood. Unfortunately, you haven’t found that life. But you’re capable of a life that is far greater than the one you’re living.
You know this deep inside, but need both encouragement and direction on how to move forward in being the man you could be.
And you’re not alone. As a group, men are not thriving. We’re overweight, undersexed, weak, sedentary, anxious, depressed, restless, and discontent. And the days of our lives are quickly slipping through the hourglass. Still, whether we can see it or not, there is plenty of reason to believe that we can get life back on track.
That’s where Manhood and The Hero’s Journey comes in. It identifies and breaks down Autonomy, Competence, and Relatedness, three elements that researchers have identified as bringing about a life of contentment. But it goes beyond that by looking at the factors that men have always esteemed and valued, the Masculine Virtues of Strength, Courage, Skillfulness, and Honor.
When you combine the Masculine Virtues with the elements of a content life, you begin to understand how to create a life that scratches where you itch as a man, The Man’s Life. But there’s one other key to it, the one that most people miss, the one that keeps it all from being just a selfish pursuit of glory and self-actualization: the ultimate goal of the adventure must be to return with the elixir, the prize or skill that brings value to others.
Manhood and The Hero’s Journey will show you how to build that life. Grab your copy and get started on your own Hero’s Journey toda.