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A powerful, raw story that is somehow both unique and relatable. Becoming A Better Man shows us how to close the gap between the men we wish to be and how we are actually behaving. It’s a courageous look at the doubts and fears we’ve learned not to talk about, and a reminder that together we can create a stronger, healthier understanding of what ‘manhood’ really means.
Mike's book grabbed me at Chapter 1 and wouldn't let go. Raw, real, touching and sometimes funny, this book is part memoir, part self-help, and ALL AWESOME. No doubt about it, Mike Cameron knows how to tell a story, while extracting real-life lessons. If you've been feeling like something's gotta change, this is the book for you!
Look, I’ve been through some shit; we all have, but Mike’s experience is off the charts; as unthinkable and unfathomable today as it was the day I heard the news… Becoming a Better Man offers a courageous glimpse into a journey none of us would choose, and yet in a sense we are all on; providing an opportunity to reflect on a subject we desperately need to talk about: what it means to be a man. This is a book that will change lives.
Tragedy can annihilate us or bring out the best possible version of ourselves. Becoming a Better Man is a testament to the enduring power of possibility and a courageous look at what it means to be truly human.
I have written a bit on why I stopped using the term goal and shifted to a new paradigm of finding alignment with outcomes. Language matters. When I shift to setting an intention rather than obsessing about an outcome, I commit to how I am going to show up. I do not commit to a result that is often largely out of my control.
This mental shift has been incredibly liberating and a welcome way to remove unhealthy stress in my life. It doesn’t mean that I do not hold myself accountable to how I show up. It just means that commit to the process, not the result. The following story of an ultramarathon I ran Easter weekend was a great example of this concept.
“You’re in a fight against an opponent you can’t see, but you can feel him on your heels can’t you, feel him breathing down your
I could sit here and share statistics with you all day that tell you why Mental health is a critical aspect of our overall well-being.