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A man’s sense of identity is woven into two aspects.

  1. The standard societal male behaviours he exhibits.
  2. How successful he is in accomplishing the standard societal roles of manhood.

Typical societal behaviours include being competitive, driven, tough – inside and out – and “handy”. 

Success is usually defined by a man’s net worth, his career and social status, and his accumulated wealth and possessions. This success is directly tied to the “roles” that he performs: father, husband, employee, boss, son, brother, uncle, volunteer, etc.

Men are defined by what they do and how successful they are at it.

These societal norms are a case of “mistaken identity”.

Let’s explore an alternative way to define a man’s identity, something profoundly different that could drastically change the way you view yourself as a man.


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