The Close: Excerpt from the book Satisfaction releasing in April

To Close …

As Gordon Lighfoot alludes to in the song ‘If You Could Read My Mind (the lyrics at the beginning of the book), one of the world’s biggest mysteries is what your own wife is thinking.  This disconnect is caused in part by generation after generation ignoring natural wisdom thus minimizing the relevancy of a man knowing himself.   These pages have been a rebellion against the devaluing of the emotionally agile man.  That’s why here were highlighted various insights as techniques and tools to incite and support the growth trajectory of a man.   

In life there is so much unknown: what’s around the next corner, at the bottom of the ocean and the logic in your wife’s emotions?   Which is why it is vital to have confidence in your man instinct and abilities.  Put this book on your bookshelf.  Pick it up and read a few pages when you are actually looking for another book.  Know this book ( a nugget of actionable wisdom is standing steadfast to the truth of you the man) is ready when you are.  Know it is there.  So in moments of frustration or stress (A Myriad Moment) your mind can connect with it and thus with the man you want to become.  

  Life has mystery and magic and unanswered questions. Now because of your proactivity in insisting on growing (and applying the insights from this book into your life) there is one mystery less. People in your life will know the quality of man you strive to be.  And that you adhere to a trajectory of growth as a man all of your days.   The way you lead your life as a man is the foundation for you the gentleman.

Make it so.

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