Man Enough: Justin Baldoni in Conversation with Jay Shetty - 92Y, New York

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Man Enough: Justin Baldoni in Conversation with Jay Shetty

Man Enough

Join Justin Baldoni — director of Disney+ Clouds and Lionsgate’s Five Feet Apart, producer, actor (Jane the Virgin), and co-founder of Wayfarer Studios and The Wayfarer Foundation — for a candid conversation on the state of masculinity in the 21st century.

Following up on his wildly popular viral TEDTalk, viewed over eight million times around the world, Baldoni’s new book Man Enough: Undefining My Masculinity explores the unwritten rules and messages of masculinity, while inviting the reader into his heart as he boldly and vulnerably shares his story and wrestles with these complex topics in real time. Hear him discuss his experiences from the playground to Hollywood and why he decided to write the book.

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Justin Baldoni

Justin Baldoni is an actor, director, producer, entrepreneur, and changemaker whose efforts are focused on creating impactful media and entertainment …

Jay Shetty

Jay Shetty is a #1 New York Times best-selling author, award-winning storyteller, podcast host and former monk, on a mission to make wisdom go viral …

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