Man Made Men: A Man's Guide To Making Other Men
By Christopher A. Johnson Sr.
The world needs more Great Men! The Production of More Great Men is Best Accomplished By Other Great Men!
History has proven that men take pride in standing on the shoulders of other great men that have gone on before them. We need more healthy role models in fatherhood, brotherhood, and manhood. This is certainly not to discredit nor discount so many beautiful and strong single mothers, grandmothers, or aunties that have raised young men that are now successful, but even in those cases, whether a coach, uncle or community leader some man impacted and influenced those young boy’s life. The problem is most men don’t have a visible model for manhood. Most young men will graduate high school with many great lessons but no packaged model for what a man is supposed to be. This book will remedy that problem. Man-Made Men will package up concepts that will help men create models that can be used to assist them in making other men. In this book, readers will discover what it means to be a man, and by the end, have a template for constructing their own manhood model based on their own standards, convictions, and attributes. This is a must-read for fathers, leaders, men’s groups, and anyone that mentors young men.
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Man Made Men!
I’m a man first. Before my title, job, career, or status, I’m a man. Many men don’t have that kind of assurance anymore. There is a great number of men that passively declare man-hood or they don’t claim it all. An even greater travesty is that kind of passivity gets passed along to future generations. In much of our society, women influence the thinking of our men. However, there are just some things that women can’t teach men. I know this kind of rhetoric seems a bit antiquated, even Neanderthal to some, but hear me out. This is not to discredit, nor to take a swing at, all of the strong single mothers who have raised boys who found their place in this world as decent men. However, even those decent men who were reared in this kind of family structure, were more than likely impacted by the presence and influence of some man.