FATHER OF MAN
Why is this important?
People’s personalities form when they are children. You may have the same qualities as adult that you have as a child. Your pains, gains from your childhood can improve or hinder your future - sometimes you need to heal the child for the real adult to be free.
Manhood and masculinity are under attack and misunderstood. Women feel out of place, unsafe and victimised - hence all the gender based movements. While the investment in empowering women is needed, there is little to no focus on emancipating and building up ‘Real Men.’ Building real men will solve most of the issues in society.
There is too much focus on what is going wrong with different gender based violence. Instead of complaining about the problem, we should aim to fix it because what we focus on, we move towards. It’s time now more than ever to work towards ideals that will build better men by addressing childhood conditioning. Child is the father of man. Heal the child and the man will appear.
How will this be put together?
This talk will be based on the book that is being put together through research from over 100 books, conversations with women, men and children across many walks of life. The service will delivered as a keynote or workshop, which will be tailored to the need of the specific audience. The style of delivery will be very interactive, energetic and infused with humour and needed seriousness to get the audience to take action.
What themes will be covered?
The organisation and audience will get practical models and tools to implement that same day in order to get a result. The key themes are:
Understand the importance of men: M.A.S.C.U.L.I.N.E Model.
Address what is wrong: S.O.L.V.E Model.
Know what the society and women need from men: R.E.Q.U.I.R.E Model.
Be honest with yourself: I.N.T.E.G.R.I.T.Y Model.
Build men for a legacy: F.U.T.U.R.E Model.
Based on the pre-engagement briefing, a particular theme will be made the main focus for the service.
Who will benefit?
This content is applicable to a main demographic but was created with the following groups in mind:
High School Students
University / Higher Education Students
Young Graduates and Employees