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Mature Preneurs Talk with Diana Todd-Banks

Jun 4, 2018

Elliott used to be a government employee and wrote speeches for politicians. After he got divorced, he blamed the other person. Then he asked himself, “What do I have to learn from all this? I don’t want to go through this again.” So Elliott set out to learn what it means to be a man in a relationship. An interesting story on its own but that’s for another book. He was blown away by the timeless wisdom about being a man that had been written over the centuries. What he learned coincided with what he heard women complain is lacking in men today. They don’t show leadership, don’t make decisions and don’t take responsibility although many men may disagree. That’s what Elliott’s research discovered so his goal became, change the men of the world to keep marriages together, which still applies today, a lofty, but worthy goal. His biggest surprise was, while women know this is what they want in a man, and regardless of age, men need to be convinced.  Elliott’s research also discovered women read long books, and men like short books and is why he wrote: “Being the Strong Man A Woman Wants: Timeless Wisdom on Being a Man” in 128 pages, and it’s striking a chord around the world because it’s now translated and published in 24 languages.  Learn more about the author on his website Elliott