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How Men Can Be Alive To The Life They Want + Watch Video

Yesterday at the Be A Man Webinar in our closed Facebook group which is our primary Men community, I shared on "How to be Alive to the Life You want".

The major highlights were my submission that a man who wants to live life wholly must :
- Find Himself; away from jobs, women, association but his inner happiness
- Learn to Say NO, to unnecessary things, events, affiliations that sap energy and focus on himself and his ideals. Most times men are looking out for everyone else but themselves.

One of the participants, Obinna Nwaneri actually thinks this should be the 11th commandment for men. Hahahahaha and I believe him. It is that serious.

- Learn to speak 'own truth", if not the world cannot converge to your help. It's hard to decipher a man who says and thinks one thing but does another (because he is weak to stand up for his ideals). A man must quit self deceit and stand for what he loves, wants, and will do, without trying to please anyone and lose integrity.

I shared even more. 

It was a power-packed 30 minutes and you can watch it. Login to your Facebook account and then  CLICK HERE TO WATCH


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