‘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 – he’s the man whisperer.’
Want to know who you really are? You’ve come to the right place. I provide practical steps to empower you to turn around any issues, relationships and opportunities that have dominated your life. I’ll help you see the bigger picture of your life so that you can truly understand your past and transform your future.
By the time you’ve finished your journey with me, you’ll own your story, rather than your story owning you. You’ll have the awareness and tools to consciously embody your potential and calmly live your life with an open heart, a quiet mind and feet firmly on the ground.
Find out more About Me.
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.
Personal Development for Personal Trainers
I’m excited to announce that I’ll soon be running live workshops and also an online mastermind group specifically for personal trainers.
The focus will be on the psychological issues involved with being a personal trainer and how those issues affect your personal wellbeing and your business.
Participants will gain:
- greater awareness and understanding of the issues, as well as
- tips and strategies for dealing with them,
so that they can become better, more successful personal trainers and happier people.
When Lauren asked if she could kiss me, I instinctively said “no” and tagged another guy to take my place in the scene – a snog was far too ‘in your face’ for my liking, and definitely too intimate for happily married me.
A couple of scenes later, I knew Russell was in trouble when I saw his top lip quiver and the blood rushing to his face. He was enacting a violent bedroom scene with Gemma, strangling her with his left arm while pretending to penetrate her from behind. The director stopped the scene and I allowed Russell to ‘tag me in’ as his replacement to complete the scene. Gemma was naked, but I remained fully clothed throughout the play, as did the four other male volunteers.
‘The Game’ is an incredible live show, in which scenes from the real life stories of six prostitutes are played to the audience. The male characters are all played by non-actors, who…read more
To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, I’m doing my bit to help women by helping men to better understand women, so that we can all have better relationships and happier lives. Menstruation and menopause are things that women experience and men don’t, and therefore it can be difficult for some men to understand and relate to women around those things. That’s why I’ve asked Christine Page to write this guest blog to give us men some advice about this.
As a doctor and counsellor for over 40 years, I’ve been privileged to share intimacies with thousands of women around the world.
My husband Leland says: there’s nothing more beautiful in the Universe than a woman in her power. I’ve met many men who echo this sentiment; they just want to know how to serve the females in their lives. But when asked what they want, their women often reply: if you love me, you should know!
Please, men, don’t walk away or stop asking. Women embody a collective amnesia, following the suppression of all things feminine some 3500 years ago. This has left us with few role models today who express the qualities of a fully empowered and beautiful woman.read more