Monday, April 27, 2009

Just-For-Women Fundraiser Highlights “What’s New About Men”

CARY, N.C. - On Monday evening, May 4, success coach Martin Brossman will be presenting “What’s New About Men…That Women Want to Know,” a dynamic event exclusively for women, co-coordinated by writer/educator Alice Osborn ( and Martin Brossman ( Proceeds from this thought-provoking talk will go to A Place for Women to Gather, a not-for-profit ministry sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Cross ( ). Offering a variety of spiritual and creative programs and services at their North Raleigh location, A Place for Women to Gather is devoted to the mission of empowering women and helping them find their authentic selves.

The venue for this fundraiser is the BNC, 649 Walnut Street, Cary, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Light hors d' oeuvres will be served and a cash bar available. Guests may pre-register to receive a discounted admission rate of $15.00, or opt for $20.00 admission at the door. Registration is available online at or by calling Martin Brossman at 919-847-4757.

The evening’s original topic is relevant for both single and married women of all ages, and is especially relevant for single mothers raising sons. Brossman addresses the three types of men and how they affect our culture; the stages of boys’ maturity to men and how this process affects all relationships; and how this knowledge about men and the boys they once were can make women more effective in both their business and personal life.

Since 1997, Brossman has led the online Men’s Inquiry Group and, in 2003, created the women's version of this work, the Women’s Inquiry Group. In 2006, he published his first book on men’s topics: Finding Our Fire – Enhancing Men’s Connection to Heart, Passion and Strength, available on Amazon and in international distribution.

Brossman has also produced a live recording of the Men’s Inquiry − What Does It Mean to be a Man of Your Word? − as well as a recording of his talk, Model of The Maturing Man. He has mentored men around the world in starting their own men's groups, and received the Ron Hering Mission of Service award in 2007 for “living his mission in the world.” He is currently working on his next book, Taboo, the Unspoken Code of Men.

For additional related information:
Martin Brossman’s Book & Audio:
The Men’s Inquiry website:
The Women’s Inquiry website:


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Comments about this event:

I'm very excited about the chance to hear Martin talk about this material live. When I first met Martin, coming up on a year ago this summer, I had no idea that in addition to being a well-rounded warm engaging intelligent business man and coach, that he was also an activist for the healthy maturation of men. Martin lent me a copy of his CD of this talk, and I was on fire with the insight and understanding he had of men in this culture. I had studied women's studies at University, and nearly majored in it. That was invaluable for my own growth as a fully empowered human being. What I didn't know at the time is that men, though it looked like they had more power and influence in the business world, were seriously limited in other ways by our culture. I highly recommend this talk and hope to see you there.
- Anora McGaha

I am very passionate about what Martin is shareing. It is not for faint of heart. What you will learn will change your life! And it's powerful women that will bring this message to our men. WISH I had read Martin's book 30 years ago (Martin, was it written then? ;)
- Leslie Flowers -- Masterminds
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