Ebenezer Bond

10/14/2020

What did you want to be growing up? A fireman, an astronaut, a secret agent… so many things. But mostly I wanted to be just like my father.

As a man, what is your biggest challenge? Being honest with myself and the others around me. Knowing how to listen to my gut each and every day.

What are you most proud of? My relationships with my friends and family, and my insatiable curiosity and willingness to step towards the things I’m afraid of in order to grow into the man I want to be in the world.

What gift do you bring to the world? Listening and vision — I have an inherent understanding of how to listen to people and cultural shifts, and how to guide people to embrace and use them to their benefit.

Why Evryman? Evryman provided me with the single most transformative experience of my adult male life. I then saw it similarly transform friends of mine from all walks of life. It connected us, and allowed us to embrace our similarities rather than our differences, and we’re all better men and better humans because of it. I believe in people. I believe in diversity. I believe in trying to be the best you can be one day at a time — and Evryman is one platform I see that does this.



1 Comment
  1. xmc.pl
    05/07/2022

    This makes me somewhat upset. Im not pointing fingers at you though, personally I think that its those that arent motivated to change.

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Carl Radke

Carl Radke, Pittsburgh native and Syracuse University TV/Film grad has been working around the TV industry since he was 20 as a model/actor/production assistant. You may recognize Carl from starring as a TV personality on the hit Bravo reality series ‘Summer House’ which began airing in 2017 and Season 7 coming on the horizon. He also currently serves as VP of Sales for Loverboy and is a founding member of the growing better for you alcohol brand. Carl has always had a close relationship to mental health advocacy with his involvement with Heal Our Heroes/Headstrong, a non-profit for mental health resources for our military veterans. Through his own mental health journey Carl has been focused on meditation, therapy, acupuncture to compliment his self care. In August 2020 Carl lost his older brother to several years of addiction and mental health issues. Carl hopes to share his journey and his brother’s story to help families and individuals to break the stigma around addiction and mental health in our society.

Carl Radke

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