Transforming Your Wake-Up Call into Emotional Health and Happiness

How do you find freedom from outmoded and destructive patterns of behavior that keep you from achieving success in your roles as partner, father, husband, leader, and friend? Most men aren’t aware that the old model of masculinity is outdated and ineffective in today’s culture. The absence of a healthy, functioning model of masculinity often causes emotional pain that is unbearable, demanding significant life changes and generating the proverbial “wake-up call.”
Wake Up, Man Up, Step Up: Transforming Your Wake-Up Call Into Emotional Health and Happiness by Ray Arata provides an insightful and practical seven-step Roadmap for how you can transform large or small crises into opportunities for better relationships, happiness, and success. You’ll learn to: – Rise above any challenging life transition. – Rewrite your future as an emotionally healthy and contributing man. – Become the man you aspire to be. Using the tools in this book, you will be able to achieve the relationship success you seek, and serve as a positive role model for the next generation of men

Ray is an award-winning and devoted ally and extraordinary role model for other men, bringing a deep understanding of human needs, knowledge of behavioral change, and a huge vision for inclusionary leadership and organizations. Ray walks his talk, knows his stuff, and speaks from his big heart—an inspiring keynote speaker that motivates new commitment to real change.

Amy Logan
President, US National Committee for UN Women San Francisco Bay Area; CEO, Gender Innovation

Ray Arata has unlocked the secret sauce to a sustainable DEI effort of engaging the majority. Ray has made the connection between head and heart for males to find why they should support full inclusion without shame or blame. . . which is refreshing and needed.

John Sequeira
CEO, TL One Partner LLC

The Better Man Conferences that Ray hosts are world-class and always deliver a wide array of actionable tactics and strategies that participants can take back to their networks and companies to implement.

Chris Crace
Veterans Advocacy Leader, Diversity & Inclusion COE