Male by birth. Man by choice.

You may have been born a male but to become a man is a choice…your choice.

Written by leading High School Speaker Glen Gerreyn, this compelling and funny guide will help you make the right decisions and answer all your questions about becoming an honourable man.


Men of Honour isn’t an endless and heavy instruction manual. It’s a written-for-you set of answers to your biggest questions.

Here’s a set of quick facts:

Right now, too many men feel the need to apologise for their masculinity

There’s a myth that men never really grow up and aren’t capable of making adult decisions

TV and the media unfairly stereotypes men as chauvinistic and dishonourable

Too often, boys are expected to act like girls

Because of all this, it’s no wonder it’s hard to find a true sense of identity.

With this book, you can artfully charter the course from boyhood to manhood in a practical, no-nonsense way, learn the critical differences between being a boy and a man and figure out how to make the right choices.

You’ll find this book to be:

Easy to read

Quick to get through

Surprisingly relevant

A bit funny (and gross sometimes too)

Packed with answers to all your questions (and some you didn’t even realise you had)

Written with Gen Z in mind, Men of Honour encourages and inspires young men to take up the challenge to discover the inner strength they have had all along.

This book is NOT for Mums… yep, it’s secret men’s business! But every page has a message that will resonate with you as a father or teen.

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“Fathers should read it too because the book not only gives direction to men who are seeking to set their own paths but also those who’ve lost their way. It has a strong emphasis on fathers because they are the key role models in any young man’s life and their shortcomings can have profound effects on a young man’s (or young woman’s) development.”

Australian Associated Press

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Over the past 20 years Glen has shared his message of hope with over a million people around the world; engaging with students, parents, teachers, employees, sporting groups and community leaders. Glen’s been invited to speak at TEDx events and on national TV and radio. He has authored five books and created numerous courses.

Glen has a unique ability to capture the attention of thousands, while deeply affecting individuals. So much more than being able to inspire, is the absolute art of being able to compel people to take action in their lives. Therein lies Glen’s undeniable gift. With a unique ability of encoding today’s data into tomorrow’s dialect, Glen continues to offer audiences profound experiences of meaning and identity; shifting perceptions, challenging boundaries, and motivating positive change.

Glen lives in Sydney, Australia and rolls five deep with his wife and four children.

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