I wanted to capture a few of my thoughts about the M3 Summit. I really enjoyed my time in Atlanta, and meeting with so many great men (and women).
It was awesome to have so many conversations--the face-to-face time really helped me get to know those attending, and certainly will help us all as we build this whole space together. I left with a renewed sense that we can do some great work together, while building strong trusted relationships with our communities.
I enjoyed reading everyone's opinions about the show, and there are some good suggestions that will make future events even better. All-in-all, I think everyone came the same conclusion that there are a bunch of great guys (and gals) working really hard to make this space a great place for the modern media man.
Here are a handful of blog posts I've read (yes, I actually read them all...), from attendees:
- Stay at Home Dad in Lansing: 10 – Great things about the Modern Media Man Summit
- Daddy Claxton: Finding my voice
- Rebel Dad: Musings on Modern Media Man
- Clark Kent's Lunchbox: M3 Summit: This Changes Some Things. This Changes Others. This Changes Nothing
- Dad of Divas: I Am Part of the Dad Movement at the M3 Summit
- Real Men Drive Minivans: Chuck Norris and Pay Per Punch Monetization (A #M3Summit Recap)
- Kevin Gainey: M3 Summit Made Me Lazy
- The Exceptional Man: Good Men, Good Stories
- Ben Spark: I Talked About Photos and Cal Ripken Jr. at the M3 Summit
- The Father Factor: Modern Media Men
- And Triplets Make Six: M3Summit Recap
- Angus Nelson: M3 In Review
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See you all next year!