Online communities have become a hip new trend. Places to find like-minded people focused on common goals in a space that is not as threatened by censorship or moderation that will deplatform you for wrongthink.

(This is why I've re-emphasized work on my website and mailing list lately)

I have harbored tremendous skepticism towards such communities for a long time.

Why should I pay to join?

What do they really have to offer?

How is this any different from an open community on Twitter or Facebook?

I will be honest, even after joining FoE, I held these concerns. It took a while to see the value. Because there's a lot of men in there that are struggling, and you'll see that. And you'll wonder, especially if you're not struggling, why you're there.

What's in it for you?

I began to realize that there were a lot of successful, exceptional men there. Including many of those who were struggling with certain aspects of their lives. They weren't broken men. They were men who were smart enough to ask for help in the few areas they needed to improve.

And the network has paid HUGE dividends for me. Unquestionably so. I have been able to generate new business ideas, cultivate new job leads, and learn skills from experts that I otherwise would not have access to.

I want more of you to join me there. My reasons are entirely selfish. Partly because I'm about to drop an affiliate link, but mostly because the more experts I get there, the more talent I have access to.

Doors are open on a limited basis. This window closes on Thursday, March 18, 2021. I have no idea when it will be open again.

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