Dan Doty - Evryman Co-Founder
What happens when guys get more connected to their feelings and start sharing them? And why did Dan Doty leave behind a successful career as a producer and director to sacrifice everything and start a men’s movement?
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Dan Doty is co-founder of Evryman, a company that brings men together to exercise their emotions so they can lead more successful, fulfilling lives. Early in Dan’s career, he spent over 600 days in the backcountry working as a wilderness therapy guide for disadvantaged and at risk young men and taught public high school in the Bronx. Later he worked as a producer and director on outdoor-based films and TV shows including the Meat Eater series (hosted by Steve Rinella).
You might have caught Dan on the Joe Rogan podcast or the Today Show or read about Evryman in Men’s Health. It’s a movement that’s growing fast. You can connect with Dan @danieldoty on Twitter, find him at dan-doty.com, catch his TEDx talk, “What the World Needs from Men,” here and go to Evryman to learn more about their retreats, leadership training, men’s groups and wilderness adventures. Dan also hosts the Evryman podcast, well worth checking out here.
Evryman’s trajectory has been up and to the right, but it has taken Dan a lifetime of learning for Dan to get to this point, and it’s not smooth sailing just yet. He shares the wild story about the path that brought him to this point and the unseen, but acutely felt, sacrifices he has had to make to live his dream.
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