,PROBLEM: you have some things to work on and you have friends and supportive family but you need a legitimate tribe of men to meet with regularly to support you, hold you accountable and to provide mutual encouragement and share ideas about what you need to be doing to find and follow-through on solutions. 



These groups will be held in-person, near you.  If groups aren’t running, we just need several guys interested, help you find a location for you to meet, and a man to volunteer to facilitate the groups. The facilitator needs to be a guy who is familiar with group process and has demonstrated significant personal strength and growth.

This is not therapy, more like a support group. There will be weekly topics related to the Red9 (discipline, responsibility, engagement, for example). The topics and materials will be provided. The expectation will be regular attendance, valuable participation which includes sharing your challenges and being open to feedback and sharing your insights to other men with their struggles. Brad Singletary, Taco Mike, Mike Olsen, Derik Johnson, Clint Albright and others can be available to consult with the facilitators about running effective groups and handling any challenges that may arise. 

We will try to match up men with similar situations (going through a divorce, business owners, fitness focus, parenting, etc). But sometimes the best fit is about scheduling and the personalities involved and you don’t have to be focused on the exact same things in order to get significant value from your interactions. You can visit the groups and find a fit that works for you.

In the future, we may charge a fee for the groups just to cover the cost of promoting them and providing materials. FOR NOW: admission to the group is secured by providing receipts of donations to a non-profit charity so that participants have some skin in the game, but no monies are owed to the Alpha Quorum. We don’t want to or need to make money. But we do want you to be willing to level up by making smaller regular or larger infrequent donations to a good cause.

The ideal arrangement seems to be every other week for 2 hours. This allows plenty of time for each man to share what he’s dealing with and get some meaningful feedback. Having two weeks between groups allows you to have time to work on your situation and return and report your progress. They could also be weekly for an hour if everyone in your group prefers that.