‘Coach, consultant and guru of all things men…’
Personal Development Consultant : Kenny Mammarella-D’Cruz
I share personal development, management & marketing tools to empower men to transform their lives and businesses.
‘He’s a gentle voice in the ears of the many men who come to him for help with life – a man whisperer.’
Do you want to know who you really are? If you do, you’ve come to the right place.
On this site you will find practical steps to empower you to turn around any issues, relationships and opportunities that have dominated your life.
You will learn to truly know and transform your story as the bigger picture of your life is revealed.
By the time you’ve finished your journey with me, you will own your story, rather than your story owning you. You will have the awareness and tools to consciously embody your potential.
I share insights and simple tools for daily life. You can calmly live your life with an open heart, a quiet mind and feet firmly on the ground.
If you want to know more about who I am to offer this to you, head over to my About Me page and find out more.
Kenny is the man’s man who gets to the heart of a guy’s issues. He talks frankly and open-heartedly to rebuild broken spirits and to give men the space they need not to hide their fears with a smokescreen “Wallace-type smile in front of the rage” but to go through the darkness. His humorous, easy spirit provides an empathetic place for men of all ages to open up to this “shadow” self that (otherwise) leads to despair.
Here’s my latest Q&A video tackling the topic of our life’s purpose, who we are, and how we can take steps toward a more authentic life.
My Personal Development Questionnaire has been designed to help gain a more in depth understanding of you, and to help us uncover any patterns and what your goals are.read more
“It’s been a week since we dialogued with my ‘inner man’ and rebalanced my composite, dominating parts and this is the outcome:read more
Do you remember learning to ride a bike?
I do. Mark Rogers from no. 25 taught me in our street, in front of all the neighbours. I remember the moment of panic as I suddenly realised that I was riding on my own, without stabilisers or Mark holding on to the back of my seat. I wobbled and nearly fell, not because I didn’t have the balance or skill, but because every thought in my panicked head began: ‘am I?’read more
Last month my best friends and I gathered around a TV set and watched ourselves die!
Not literally, but our egos took a bashing as our shadows were paraded on Channel 4’s Cutting Edge documentary ‘The Secret Life of The Pub’. We were asked to reveal what’s actually said by men when women are not in the room.
The show did well to demonstrate how ‘the media’ would have us view men. Although it was well edited for their audience, it did men few favours.read more