Martin Luther King Jr.| “I Have A Dream”

Martin Luther King Jr was a Fearless Man. Only 3 men in our history have Federal Holidays: Christopher Columbus, President George Washington and Martin Luther King Jr. That right there tells you a whole lot about this man. He was named after Martin Luther, the German monk who started a reformation of Catholicism by teaching […]

General Colin Powell’s 13 Rules of Leadership

What do you keep under your desk? For General Colin Powell, he keeps a list of sayings that keep him on track. A list of reminders from the moment he sits down each day. Some of these sayings eventually got published and became known as Colin Powell’s 13 rules of leadership. Later he wrote a […]

Sir Winston Churchill: The Greatest Briton to Ever Live

In 2002, BBC conducted a poll called “100 Greatest Britons” to find out who the people of Great Britain thought was the greatest Briton to ever live. The unanimous winner was Sir Winston Churchill. For most of us, I mean Americans, we’d probably agree with this result because he was half American. In all seriousness, […]

Larry Page, Google’s Co-Founder and CEO, Leads their stock to $900

The headlines read “Google hits $900.00 a share.” This was the headline on May, 15, 2013. It was the first time that Google’s stock closed above the $900.00 mark. My first thought was, “Why did I sell my Google stock years ago?!”. Once I got over that disappointment it dawned on me the impact of achieving […]

Declaration of Independence | The Fearless Men on 4th of July 1776

Remembering The Declaration of Independence and the Fearless Men who made our Independence happen. With the barbeques, fireworks and other festivities it is easy to forget why we celebrate Independence Day. Here at Fearless Men we believe it’s important to remember where our freedoms came from and honor the sacrifices made then and now. Sacrifices […]

Down Syndrome MMA Fighter Garrett Holeve: What I Learned From Him About Being A Man

Garrett Holeve is a Mixed Martial Arts fighter. He also has Down Syndrome. When you look at him, what do you see? Watch this video, and you’ll see what I learned about being a man from Garrett Holeve. Who’s Garrett? Garrett Holeve is a 5’0”, 135 pound, 23 year old man who’s life was changed […]

Navy Seal Lt Murphy | Medal of Honor

History regales us with tales of soldiers who risked all, sacrificed everything and performed heroic acts of courage in defense of their country. In today’s modern world my opinion is that the word “heroic” has been abused and is too-often used to describe actions that aren’t heroic but simply correct behavior. Or we picture heroes […]

Great Story on Courage: Charles Lindbergh | The Spirit of St Louis

In 2013 the average flight time between New York and Paris is 7 hours and 30 minutes with 3635 miles separating the cities. In 1927 Charles Lindbergh did it in 33 hours, 30 minutes and 29.8 seconds to become the first human to fly the Atlantic Oceaen. He left on May 20 from Roosevelt Field, […]

Mahatma Gandhi | Fearless Peace in the Face of Violence

We often associate “Fearless” with daring feats of courage displayed through actions you can see. It might be in times of war where personal courage is put to the test. During an accident or emergency when you’re faced with saving yourself or someone else. “Fearless” most often seems tangible. Heroism that you want to emulate […]

Lincoln | 13th Amendment Changes The World

Couple weeks ago  I watched what is probably one of the best movies this year – Lincoln. If you haven’t seen it I highly recommend it. It’s about his 13th Amendment to end slavery. We all know who he is and what he accomplished. Except the dude I heard about from my friend who emerged […]