Leaving Neverland (Why Little Boys Shouldn't Run Big Corporations)

Mankind has become Pankind and never growing up today seems more the norm than the exception. In our desperate attempt to try to stay young forever we have achieved eternal childishness, rather than eternal youth. A delightful skewering of perpetual boys in positions of power, a call to leave Neverland and the timely solution of contemporary Rites of Passage as a way out. Clever, funny writing. More

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About Daniel Prokop

Daniel had a successful 13 year career with the largest company in the world, owned his own small business for 9 years and worked for a harm prevention charity. Three vastly different sandpits all linked by similar childish behaviour some of it his own. Daniel is a parent educator and a devoted father of two children and a husband and they all live together which is a bit nuclear.

“In a desperate attempt to stay young forever we have achieved eternal childishness, rather than eternal youth.”

“The style pace and delightful skewering are reminiscent of Hunter S. Thompson,” Rex Finch

‘Emotional Stupidity,’ ‘Getting Forked into Growing Up,’ and ‘Rites of Passage: an alternative to Self Initiation,’ are keynote topics that Daniel speaks on.

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When are You Going to Grow up?
People were asked "When are You going to grow up?" This clip is from the launch of the new book "Leaving Neverland" (Why Little Boys Shouldn't Run Big Corporations)

'Leaving Neverland' Launch
Little boys playing in the Gulf of Mexico broke a big shiny toy and made a mess that is an environmental catastrophe. Little boys wearing designer suits put themselves in charge of the banking cookie jar and then helped themselves to our cookies. It is time to grow up and Leave Neverland. Rites of Passage are our way into growing up and out of Neverland. From the Launch of 'Leaving Neverland'.

'Leaving Neverland' Getting Forked into Growing Up
Without a Rite of Passage growing up is easily avoided A lot of men struggle with becoming fathers because they have not had their own Rite of Passage. I know, I struggled. We need healthy men as fathers and business owners and CEO's. It is time to Leave Neverland. Rites of Passage offer us a way out of Neverland and into Growing up.

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