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The ManKind Project
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We help men lead great lives. We've been changing the world one man at a time for almost 30 years.
We help men lead great lives. We've been changing the world one man at a time for almost 30 years.

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#NewWarrior  I invite you to check out the Swing Thoughts podcast (link below), which features David Robinson, a certified MKP Co-Leader, and Tim O’Connor, a LIT, of the Ontario Community talking about MKP, men’s work and a little golf… it’s a golf podcast after all.

Tim co-hosts the podcast with (Humble) Howard Glassman, host of the HumbleandFredradio.com.

It’s a fascinating and often funny conversation—Thx Howard!—about making conscious choices, emotional literacy, the affects of MKP on men’s lives, including Dave and Tim, and much more.

Of course, there’s lots of golf talk, but you can forward to the 35-minute mark where the conversation gets specific about MKP and men’s work. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/show-25-7-28-2016/id1072405122?i=1000373763205&mt=2

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#NewWarrior  Joe Bernstein in the news about what it takes to start a solo-preneurship.

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The ManKind Project USA's Communications and Marketing Director, Boysen Hodgson was featured on the Better Human Show with David Rachford. In the show, they talk about the difficult and powerful opportunities that exist for men today. http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/david-rachford/the-better-human-show/e/better-human-show-005-boysen-hodgson-the-mankind-project-40839038

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The ManKind Project USA's Communications and Marketing Director, Boysen Hodgson was recently interviewed for the Modern School of Life -  Next Generation Men radio program in Germany - https://soundcloud.com/the-modern-school-of-life/boysen-hodgson

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New Article from a "Challenged Warrior"  - HeArt - Art Patterson's Story: "This organization, and ultimately the catalyst that changed my life was The Mankind Project. Up until that point, there was emptiness inside me. I knew I had potential, but I didn’t know how to bring it out. I felt as if I was on the outside of manhood looking in, an observer rather than a participant; strikingly similar to my old friend Tommy." 

New Article from a man in Australia about his experience of the ManKind Project - http://www.familiesmagazine.com.au/family-health/the-mankind-project-a-mens-support-group-with-a-difference/

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