All About Heroes

I curated a series on Men and Heroism at the Good Men Project blog this week. You can find the link to it here. Some are about heroes that are truly extraordinary, some are about ordinary men and women doing extraordinary things, others are about the risks of heroism, and hero-worship. It’s a good series, and I’m proud of the writers that contributed.



Here are some of my favorites from this group:

My Hero Doesn’t Exist

The Hero in Each of Us

A Family Inheritance

What Makes a Hero in These Times?

Why Steven Seagal Doesn’t Have Shit On My Dad



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Dave is trained at the Coaches Training Institute and certified by the International Coaching Federation. He has worked with dozens of clients to achieve remarkable results, including revenue growth, clearer strategic direction, enhanced leadership, and promotions to positions of greater responsibility. You can learn more about him at or follow him at @DarkMatterCon, or GooglePlus.

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