In every man’s life there are special people who serve as role models, heroes and mentors. Some of those people you know personally, some are historical figures, and others are people you have read about whose philosophies have strongly influenced your life. The book is a compilation of submissions by fathers, sons, brothers, business leaders, military personnel, professional athletes, law enforcement professionals and an Olympic Gold medalist all who share insights and stories about the importance of heroes, role models and mentors in their lives.
This book will serve as a guide to inspire you live a more meaningful and fulfilling life by becoming a better son, father, husband, brother, and friend.
What people are saying about am I that man?
An absolutely outstanding read! This is no self-help book. This is an incredible book about action. “Am I that Man?” is the right book for America right now. I will be buying it by the case to give away to every American I know.
Brad Thor #1 New York Times bestselling author of BLACK LIST
The authors in this book have spent their time serving, sharing and being living examples of what it means to be a man. They have taken the time in this book to leave a mark as we men navigate through the vicissitudes of life. Helping us to become better, men, fathers and businessmen in the life that we live in order to leave a legacy for the next generation to follow us.
Erick Strickland, Former NBA player and University of Nebraska Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee
Am I that Man is a powerful stimulus for self-assessment and action. Guaranteed: You’ll finish it with a profound appreciation for the pivotal people who’ve shaped your life. And you’ll be challenged with a haunting question: Who am I influencing right now—and how?
Chuck Remsberg, Author of the Street Survival Book series
Are you making the world better? Or making it worse? There is no in between. “Am I that Man?” is a tremendous example of making the world better. I challenge you to mentor the next generation of leaders. “Am I that Man?” will inspire you to do just that.
Darin Erstad, Former Major Leaguer and current Head Coach for the University of Nebraska