Insight For The Modern Man

Jeff Lawrence is on fire. 

What a year it has been for this man among men. This amazing media magnet, this super successful business owner, this 3-year Regional Coordinator of Western Canada is … drum roll … Legacy Magazine’s Man of the Year. 

Here are just a few highlights of where Lawrence could be found in 2015:

  • Being interviewed on a radio show by a “very bright and successful” female about the need for men to cause greatness.
  • Winning a single-sided “debate” (the “con” didn’t make it) taking the “pro” stand for the need for “Men’s groups” in today’s world. 
  • Watching his favorite hockey team, the Calgary Flames, from the team’s owners box in California during the playoffs. 
  • Opening six more “Cheap Smokes & Cigars” stores, bringing his total to nine operating and 11 sold so far.   
  • Sharing a cigar with Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito at a 3-day country music festival in Camrose Alberta Canada. 

On the MDI (Mentor Discover Inspire) front, Lawrence took a hard line and “planted a flag in the ground this year for MDI in Calgary,” successfully holding off a revolt. He says, “We lost a third of our men but the ones who stayed were on fire.” 

Other success within the walls of MDI: 

  • Supported a successful Essential Skills Training course for the first time in Western Canada. 
  • Successfully lead the first Legacy Discovery in Western Canada in the last four years using men from Toronto as trainers and men from Calgary as support. In this process, the region trained over 20 new men. 
  • Started and led a team f eight men in his hometown, enrolling seven brand new men.  
  • Lead his company’s 2nd annual “Rocky Mountain Smoke Out” in October. The largest cigar event in Canada, it raised over $6,000 to give back to our Ray Lower Project and to the communities serve by MDI. 

Of all these accomplishments, Lawrence says his biggest accomplishment this year was to successfully complete as the Regional Coordinator of Western Canada after three years of service to the men of MDI.

Jeff Lawrence is on fire. 

What a year it has been for this man among men. This amazing media magnet, this super successful business owner, this 3-year Regional Coordinator of Western Canada is … drum roll … Legacy Magazine’s Man of the Year. 

Here are just a few highlights of where Lawrence could be found in 2015:

  • Being interviewed on a radio show by a “very bright and successful” female about the need for men to cause greatness.
  • Winning a single-sided “debate” (the “con” didn’t make it) taking the “pro” stand for the need for “Men’s groups” in today’s world. 
  • Watching his favorite hockey team, the Calgary Flames, from the team’s owners box in California during the playoffs. 
  • Opening six more “Cheap Smokes & Cigars” stores, bringing his total to nine operating and 11 sold so far.   
  • Sharing a cigar with Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito at a 3-day country music festival in Camrose Alberta Canada. 

On the MDI (Mentor Discover Inspire) front, Lawrence took a hard line and “planted a flag in the ground this year for MDI in Calgary,” successfully holding off a revolt. He says, “We lost a third of our men but the ones who stayed were on fire.” 

Other success within the walls of MDI: 

  • Supported a successful Essential Skills Training course for the first time in Western Canada. 
  • Successfully lead the first Legacy Discovery in Western Canada in the last four years using men from Toronto as trainers and men from Calgary as support. In this process, the region trained over 20 new men. 
  • Started and led a team f eight men in his hometown, enrolling seven brand new men.  
  • Lead his company’s 2nd annual “Rocky Mountain Smoke Out” in October. The largest cigar event in Canada, it raised over $6,000 to give back to our Ray Lower Project and to the communities serve by MDI. 

Of all these accomplishments, Lawrence says his biggest accomplishment this year was to successfully complete as the Regional Coordinator of Western Canada after three years of service to the men of MDI.

Jeff Lawrence is on fire. 

What a year it has been for this man among men. This amazing media magnet, this super successful business owner, this 3-year Regional Coordinator of Western Canada is … drum roll … Legacy Magazine’s Man of the Year. 

Here are just a few highlights of where Lawrence could be found in 2015:

  • Being interviewed on a radio show by a “very bright and successful” female about the need for men to cause greatness.
  • Winning a single-sided “debate” (the “con” didn’t make it) taking the “pro” stand for the need for “Men’s groups” in today’s world. 
  • Watching his favorite hockey team, the Calgary Flames, from the team’s owners box in California during the playoffs. 
  • Opening six more “Cheap Smokes & Cigars” stores, bringing his total to nine operating and 11 sold so far.   
  • Sharing a cigar with Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito at a 3-day country music festival in Camrose Alberta Canada. 

On the MDI (Mentor Discover Inspire) front, Lawrence took a hard line and “planted a flag in the ground this year for MDI in Calgary,” successfully holding off a revolt. He says, “We lost a third of our men but the ones who stayed were on fire.” 

Other success within the walls of MDI: 

  • Supported a successful Essential Skills Training course for the first time in Western Canada. 
  • Successfully lead the first Legacy Discovery in Western Canada in the last four years using men from Toronto as trainers and men from Calgary as support. In this process, the region trained over 20 new men. 
  • Started and led a team f eight men in his hometown, enrolling seven brand new men.  
  • Lead his company’s 2nd annual “Rocky Mountain Smoke Out” in October. The largest cigar event in Canada, it raised over $6,000 to give back to our Ray Lower Project and to the communities serve by MDI. 

Of all these accomplishments, Lawrence says his biggest accomplishment this year was to successfully complete as the Regional Coordinator of Western Canada after three years of service to the men of MDI.

And what does success mean to Lawrence? He says, “My purpose is ‘to build stronger communities … one man at a time.’ I have truly been living my purpose and I’ve been on fire all year. I do not compartmentalize my life into team/work/family/personal… I am all these things and these things are all me… I am living my purpose and loving life. It’s my true hope for men to live their purpose and to ensure everything they do is on purpose.”