Countdown to You Asked? Good Men Answered! Fourth Annual Virtual Summit In 2018!
You Asked? Good Men Answered!
High performing professional women don't mince words when it comes to dating and relating. Especially women past a certain age. They know what they want and what they don't want. There's only one problem. Oftentimes, they don't know how to recognize it.
You Asked? Good Men Answered! is a annual virtual summit (aka telesummit) where a diverse group of men speak candidly about men, dating and relationships. Our first summit convened the second week of August 2015.
Since that time, the summit has captivated both men and women, taking a deeper dive into "Kings, Princes and Fools: What Good Men Want You To Know and Bad Men Will Never Tell You" and "Behind The Mask: The Role Vs. The Real," both past summit themes. For 5 days, relationship experts and everyday good men will break the "bro code" and open up the Players Rule Book, giving women the inside scoop on what men know that few women ever figure out: their true power.
What makes this summit different is having regular good men as well as experts. Good men that women pass by every day. These men participate in honest dialogue about the issues unique to women over 30, women over 40 and women of color, all whom the statistics don't reflect very favorably when it comes to finding love or getting married. These, the Statistics Be Darned 21st century demographic, many single or single again, can find the fast pace and high tech approach to dating a bit daunting. While relationship experts provide ready solutions, everyday good men offer insight into navigating unfamiliar territory and how to recognize them.
Next stop 2018! Don't miss it!
Your Organizer and HostSuzette Vearnon is A Relationship Solutionist with a MusicMath Approach to Dating and Relating. She started the summit after 6 women participated in the pilot of her inaugural Enough Virtual Workshop. As the ladies worked on becoming their best relationship selves, Suzette contemplated a resource she could provide that would be the natural next right step for them. She reasoned that two things were essential for thriving relationships: (1) Doing the work to heal ourselves and (2) Learning how to recognize healthy in men.
At first, Suzette thought she would simply have a good man that she knew to address the women on a conference call, but before long she was researching men of diverse backgrounds, cultures and relationship experiences. Struck by her tenacity and intrigued by the concept, man after man expressed a sincere interest in contributing her empowerment effort. Hence, You Asked? Good Men Answered! was born.