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101: Finding Your Soul Center As A Man – Chris Failla

At the heart of every guy there is a man who want’s to be his own man, his way. A guy who wants to be seen, heard, and understood…on his terms. And, almost every man struggles with finding his masculine identity that fits him and his soul. So just how do you find that inner man, that strength, and that energy to be who you are, regardless of what others think of you.

Chris Failla joins me for a candid conversation about manhood, father son relationships, and find your own masculine vibe in a world where masculinity is often contrived by societal expectations. During this conversation we invite you to step into the soul of your own manhood and give yourself permission to be you.

About Chris

Chris Failla is a Gallup-certified Strengths Coach, speaker, facilitator, and coach. He helps people and teams activate and steward their strengths, their values, their relationships, and their energy. Chris has a Master’s Degree in Global Leadership, and spent 5 years doing community development in China. He has been to 40 countries and has worked with people on every inhabited continent. Chris has been married to Sarah for almost 18 years, and they have three boys. He is also the Community Architect of a local faith community called Coastlands (www.coastlandsvineyard.org). When he’s not play-working, you can find him mountain biking, snowboarding, teaching, or adventuring with his family.

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