Mantality is 4 years old. It was set up to create a platform which wouldn’t shy away from life’s challenges or put a sugar coat on them, but instead to focus on how best to navigate the world and to equip people with the right tools to face, and overcome, those difficulties.
Ultimately we want to equip men to be more honest and in tune with themselves and what they are capable of. And we have begun to do that, every week we get messages from people we have already helped and inspired.
But we want to do more.
And we need your support.
There has been a shift recently from the advert culture of Youtube, Facebook and online media as whenever an income stream relies on a third party there is an honesty payoff. We will only ever endorse products we believe in and will turn down anything that isn’t appropriate. We want this to be a movement we all have a stake in and where you get to shape the movement and reap the benefits. We want you to be a part of it.
What We Want to Do
- Launch our ‘Mantality in Education’ programme equipping young boys with the correct tools to deal with their feelings and be aware of their mental health. We want to be proactive as well as reactive when it comes to dealing with this issue.
- Run more workshops throughout the year giving men the opportunity to learn about themselves, form better habits and expand their comfort zones. These will range from half a day to a full weekend retreat.
- Increase our Podcast output with relevant, regular content to encourage and inspire you.
- Create a pool of like minded people who support our work and will get access to special events and Mantality gatherings.
You can support our work through our Patreon page where you can give as little or as much you like monthly to keep the cause progressing. There will be bonus content and extra stuff for our supporters so keep an eye out on what we are offering.
Help us continue to grow and make a difference to society.
Join the Mantality Movement.
Thank you to the people who have supported us:
Andy Mullins, Andrew Marks, Alex Robbinson, Chris Kelly, James Underwood, Stephen Cree, Steve Hardisty, Edward Brown, Dan Rowe, Matt Hughan, Matthew Morris, Dan Blackburn & Joshua Bralon.