Men's Work: A Practical Guide to Face Your Darkness, End Self-Sabotage, and Find Freedom

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6.1 X 9.1 X 1.0 inches | 1.01 pounds

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About the Author
Connor Beaton is the founder of ManTalks, an international organization dedicated to the personal growth of men. He is a facilitator dedicated to building better men, an entrepreneur, a writer, and a keynote speaker. Connor has spoken to large corporate brands, nonprofits, schools, and international organizations such as the United Nations, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Apple, TED, and Entrepreneurs' Organization. For more, visit

"Casual and friendly in tone, the book emphasizes eschewing blame when it comes to addressing one's personal issues. Its focus is on showing how self-perceptions arise--and how their harmful elements can be confronted through consistent, strenuous practice. It is convincing in pushing men to become better versions of themselves and to develop healthy relationships with society at large. Men's Work is an empowering self-help book that uses psychology, mindfulness, and self-reflection techniques to guide men into cultivating healthier mindsets and habits." --Foreword Reviews

"Every now and then I come across a book that triggers a voice in my head that proclaims, 'Damn, I wish I had written this--this is really good.' My book-envy short list just grew by one more title: Men's Work. With this watershed book, Connor Beaton accomplishes the Herculean task--advanced by the forefathers of the modern men's movement: Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, and Robert Bly--of creating an actionable game plan for alchemizing men's confusion, anger, and general male stupidity into purpose, healing, and mastery. From the Introduction on, Men's Work grabbed me by the mind, heart, and balls, and didn't let go. I am grateful to call Connor a friend, and I am even more grateful for the immeasurable gift he has given men and mankind with this book." --Dr. Robert Glover, author of No More Mr. Nice Guy

"Having known and worked with Connor throughout his journey, I can unequivocally say that this is the book every man needs. Connor does a beautiful job of inviting and leading us through our pain and back into our hearts. He reminds us that our darkness is to be embraced, not avoided." --Mark Groves, human connection specialist and founder of Create The Love

"In Men's Work, Connor Beaton eloquently illuminates the path for men to find deep healing and true freedom in their lives. A heavy burden is placed on men in our culture, and without guidance, they often suffer in silence. Connor is an incredible teacher and true alchemist--taking his own pain, sitting with it, and lovingly pouring the wisdom he gained from his own personal journey into this book so that others do the same. Men's Work is a hero's journey that I highly recommend to anyone looking to create a more peaceful, fulfilled life of purpose." --Dr. Nicole LePera, New York Times bestselling author of How to Do the Work

"Connor Beaton is truly one of the most valuable voices on comprehensive manhood today. His passionate but straightforward approach brilliantly unearths the excuses and vices that inhibit broken men from becoming whole. Men's Work is a powerful guide that will help men introspectively navigate to the healing they desire and deserve." --Jason Wilson, author of Cry Like a Man