June: The role of the Masculine and The Men Who Hold Us

June: The role of the Masculine and The Men Who Hold Us

In honor of the men around the world, this month’s topic explores the journey men must go through to honor and empower the feminine while remaining empowered and holding a space of gender equality.

June 7- Awakening Men: Integrating the Masculine and Feminine, 8 a.m. PT - Call Recording

anthonySpeaker: Anthony de Sigley

Most recently described as a ‘unicorn', due to an unconventional career path, Anthony is a pathfinder and a change catalyst.

Anthony is a people-focused transformational leader who advises, coaches and mentors leaders and develops organisations in the commercial, public/government and not for profit/social sectors, helping them to define and realise their visions and improve their capabilities and performance. Anthony is a practical visionary who delivers real change in complex and challenging environments.

This practical focus is at the core of a lifelong exploration of the big questions: “Why are we here? What does it mean to be human?” and in this context “what does it mean to be a man?”

Anthony’s particular interest is the development and expansion of human awareness, across an increasing range of consciousness. Latterly, this has focused on understanding our physical reality as the key to unlocking the tremendous opportunity that we embody, as nature’s great work. From science to art, Anthony’s own journey, interests and practice have led him to psychotherapy, shamanism and plant medicine, and latterly dance, seeking tools that will help us live integrated and embodied lives.

Anthony works with people, teams and organisations to change the way they think, behave and experience life, helping them become more aware and more effective, to become truly free.

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June 21 - Honoring the Women: Call Recording

michaelSpeaker: Michael Kasdan, Esq.
Director, Special Projects for The Good Men Project

Michael Kasdan is currently Director of Special Projects for The Good Men Project. He has held a number of leadership roles at the Good Men Project over time, including Senior Sports Editor, Lead Editor, and Executive Editor. He is father of two who lives in Maplewood, NJ. Mike's day job is intellectual property lawyer, but his interests and avocations are numerous. Mike is passionate about education, entrepreneurship and technology, and has served as a board member and advisor on strategic and legal issues to start-up for profit and non-profit companies throughout his career. In the rest of his ever-shrinking spare time, he enjoys focusing his energies on projects and causes that impact the world and our society.

Mike frequently speaks and writes on a variety of topics, including intellectual property, technology, business, social media, sports, mental health, parenting, education, and social justice. He has spoken on a variety of issues in major media networks, including CNN (Headline News), Al Jazeera America, National Public Radio (NPR), and The Canadian Broadcast Company (CBC), and his writings have appeared in well-known publications such as The Huffington Post, Salon, Yahoo! Parenting, The Daily Dot, and Redbook. He enjoys playing basketball, biking, fumbling around on the guitar, and an on-again-off-again relationship with running. Mike spends entirely too much time on Facebook and can be found (over)sharing and linking on a variety of topics @michaelkasdan.

 

 

 

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