School of Man
Cole Rogers & Guy Choate
Spirituality & Self-Help
About the book
Are you looking for an opportunity to be reborn?
Perhaps you feel as though you’re hiding in plain sight, going through the motions, but well aware you could be playing a bigger game.
Are you truly a free man? Or are you enslaved by the tyranny you place on yourself through repetitive mistakes, self-sabotage, and limiting beliefs?
School of Man gives you the permission to unlock the code to have it all and go from good, to great, to unstoppable.
You will embody the art of fulfillment and be less attached to achievement and accomplishment.
You will learn the code of being able to produce without selling your soul.
You will be reborn through raw and real vulnerability, while gaining the tools required to deal with the seasons of life.
And you will actively put a dent in the universe by leaving a lasting impact on the world through purpose driven actions.
About the Authors
Cole Rodgers, founder of School of Man and a seven-figure consultancy business, provides his pain on paper through raw and real vulnerability while giving his reader the code to have it all.
Rodgers has truly become a leading minister of impact amongst his followers; liberating men across the globe and allowing them to truly be free. A leader in mindset, he has also set the world burpee record in 24 hours, conquered multiple endurance events that lasted over the course of days, and is on a quest to maximize his potential while helping others do the same. Cole lives with family in Little Rock, AR.
Guy Choate is the author of the illustrated essay Gas! Gas! Gas! and co-author of School of Man: A Man’s Guide to Living, Loving, & Legacy. He has published essays in such literary journals as War, Literature, & the Arts, Louisville Review, The Journal, Hobart, and Lunch Ticket, among other places.
A U.S. Army veteran, Guy has taught high school in Memphis, and college at the University of New Orleans, where he earned an MFA in Creative Writing. He currently works in corporate communications in the engineering industry and volunteers his time as director of the Argenta Reading Series in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he lives with his wife and son.
Find him online at GuyChoate.com.
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