Overview

An insight into our past (and the the Men's Movement) gives us an idea as to where we're at now and why we're here. Men have served civilization well but not always how we wanted. My stories explain, not excuse, men so we understand and accept each other more and run this human race together. Philip has run his personal development and men's workshops in NZ, Australia and Sth Africa for many years

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Understanding Men

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Overview

An insight into our past (and the the Men's Movement) gives us an idea as to where we're at now and why we're here. Men have served civilization well but not always how we wanted. My stories explain, not excuse, men so we understand and accept each other more and run this human race together. Philip has run his personal development and men's workshops in NZ, Australia and Sth Africa for many years

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011268649
  • Publisher: Philip J Bradbury
  • Publication date: 4/13/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 263 KB

Meet the Author

Professional stuffI've had 14 books published and my ambition is to be a writer who is read and respected worldwide, before I slip into Father Time's withered hand ... like, soon! And I'd love to sing to at least 10,000 people in front of a full orchestra ... and it's a positive experience for everyone!I am a recovering accountant and teacher with the desire to write. I have been a columnist, editor and publisher of magazines in NZ, Aust., Sth Africa and Czech Republic. I was a commissioning editor for O-Books and a freelance writer and editor for clients around the world.Recent Writing Awards* March 2010 - bit.ly/cqqK5x* July 2010 - bit.ly/97oQga* August 2010 - bit.ly/aX1eLi* October 2010 - bit.ly/ae7eZS* January 2012 - bit.ly/wwi7QAI also coach fellow writers and edit their work.My blog, Misery To Mastery is at philipbradbury.wordpress.com/Personal stuffI was born really early in my life and, in New Zealand, I experienced life as an accountant, credit manager and company director, shepherd, scrub-cutter, tree pruner, freezing worker, plastics factory worker, saxophonist, army driver, tour bus driver, stage and television actor and singer, builder, lecturer, facilitator for men's groups, reporter, columnist, magazine editor, publisher, writer ...In South Africa as an AIDS workshop co-facilitator ...In the Australian bush as a barman, horse and camel trekker and stock-whip teacher ...In England as a contract accountant, corporate trainer, estate manager, university lecturer, commissioning editor, singer/guitarist, website editor/writer and freelance writer ...And now that I'm back in Australia, anything can happen!
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