- How human instincts cause you to give away your power at home and in the workplace.
- What brings out the worst in you and how to prevent it, deal with it, and recover from it.
- How to ask for and receive what you need the most sustainably, including time, space, peace, support and sex.
- How to prioritize what causes you to be the qualities you most value and admire in yourself or others.
“A man must be clear about who he is and what he needs before he engages with anyone. As you honor yourself, so will others honor you.”
— Alison Armstrong
Based on Alison Armstrong’s study of men since 1991, A Hero’s Challenge: Being an Extraordinary Man is an opportunity to understand what drives you towards your goals or away from them, towards your greatest self or away from it. Participation will leave you empowered as a man in both your triumphs and your most vulnerable moments.
In this program you’ll develop a deeper clarity and respect for yourself as a man. You will acquire practical skills and tools for immediate use. You will have access to being a hero in your day-to-day life.
About Alison A. Armstrong
Educator and Advocate
Alison Armstrong, author, educator, and creator of the widely acclaimed “Understanding Men” and “Understanding Women” transformational online series, asks the question: “What if no one is misbehaving — including you?”
She explores the good reasons behind the behavior of men and women such as fundamental differences in the ways we think, act and communicate. She offers simple, partnership-based, solutions to improve our communication and intimacy by honoring ourselves and others. She’s known for her insight, sense of humor and ability to articulate the human experience and predicament of gender.
Home and Family
Alison was married to Greg from 1993 until his passing in 2019. People often commented on their marriage, assuming they must be newlyweds. “Greg and I sometimes made people uncomfortable, although we didn’t mean to. I just had the worst crush on him.” And she adds with a smile, “Greg said he worshipped the water I walk on.”
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