Our audience are men who are generally 25-45, that are asking the question of themselves “How do I get more out of life?” but aren’t quite sure how to make it happen.
You might have some success in some areas of life, but lacking in others which is where this desire for improvement comes in.
You may have been chasing the conditioned masculine measures of success; sex, physicality, money/security and a vague concept of more freedom. Having rarely thought about what success means to YOU.
You feel the weight of expectation – the constant demand on your time and energy through work and personal life; from yourself, or others, often saying yes to others too much, and no to yourself.
It often becomes easy to use this for excuses and rationalisations.
You can feel a bit stuck, lost and stagnant.
Worries centre around money, sex and relationships; a strong preoccupation with comparison to others and thoughts over what others think of you.
It’s exhausting and frustrating.
Previously the most obvious choice for change has been to try the physical. You may have had success here before, or you may have never really gotten started – but you’re most likely not where you want to be physically.
You might like good, intelligent TV, movies, books and documentaries.
You may like a drink, but not necessarily heavily, however, you may have a generally negative relationship with food and drink – one that involves guilt and stress around certain foods, amounts and drinks. This can be a source of disappointment and frustration.
You’re intelligent and enjoy good company and conversation, but often the dominant conversation can be the internal narrative that can become a constant battle for clarity and motivation.