Andrew Horning

What started as an internal whisper has become a steady rumble. It’s getting louder, feeling heavier the more you try to ignore it. If you’re a white man in America, you have a decision to make: become an agent of change or a victim of progress.

White men have found themselves entrenched in a privileged status quo for centuries. Old patterns and learned behaviors have contributed to their success, but things are changing; our world is evolving. We’re tackling racism and sexism head-on. White masculinity, as we know it, is in the midst of a revolution.

In GrapplingAndrew Horning helps you identify the best man you can be in a rapidly evolving world. By focusing on intrapersonal and interpersonal elements, Andrew provides you with practical tools for navigating today’s complex issues and balancing masculinity with accountability. Learn how to utilize compassion and courage to rewrite your story, understand your true strengths, and realize the freedom that comes with self-discovery.

Press & Praise

Ryan Harris, Super Bowl 50 Champion, Speaker, and Author of Mindset for Mastery

"There may not be a more important book in these changing times. Through his experience with grappling, Andrew boldly leads us to challenge our comfort with tools that create connection and change."

Devi Cavitt Razo, Founding Partner, Senior Leadership Trainer, Aurum Leadership International

"Andrew Horning has been a leader in the movement to transform how men think and feel about their own emotional lives, their privilege, and their growth. Grappling is a call to action, for men to take their place in the movement toward social and racial justice, and to understand and face their own resistance. Andy knows this territory and generously shares his own journey, his wisdom, and his insight to inspire others to transform. I highly recommend his book to assist those ready to step up and gain the skills necessary to create a better world, starting from where we are right now."

Ryan Estis, Speaker and Management Consultant

"I am putting this book on my 'must read' list. In the most vulnerable way, Horning offers an antidote to men that have suffered from generations of outdated cultural conditioning that validates striving and links self worth directly to achievement. Grappling is an opportunity for men to wake up, look inside of themselves, and go on the journey from fragile to becoming agile. Horning offers an honest assessment of his own Grappling skills and takes the reader through the Grappling process to reclaim their capacity to create a deeper, more fulfilling life experience. A perfect pause and reflection for this unique moment in time."

Andrew Horning is a coach and teacher at the Hoffman Institute, an organization dedicated to transformative education, spiritual growth, and dimensional leadership for those seeking clarity in their personal and professional lives. As the creator and host of the podcast Elephant Talk, Andrew encourages couples to have courageous conversations for the sake of a deeper connection. He’s the co-host of The Hoffman Podcast, a keynote speaker, and a volunteer and former board chair for Intercambio Uniting Communities. Andrew earned his master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Michigan and is a former licensed private-practice psychotherapist. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife of nearly two decades and their two children.

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