ABOUT 360MEN

Daniel Comp   |   Founder

 

The co-founder of Intelligent Netware™ holds 7 world records for IT production. He's authored Entrepreneurial Schizophrenia® and The Enterprising Cycle™

He has cycled across America three times and has a great passion for outdoor adventure, which is easy to see in his (adult) children, David and Carissa.

Daniel met Angelina online in 1999 and have served enterprises and entrepreneurs together with their integrative approach to business and personal development which is both high tech and high touch. Strong evidence supports his collaborative contributions to entrepreneurs with the aim of ensuring the virtues of masculinity are incorporated in the emerging AI.


His top strengths are:   ACHIEVER  |  INPUT  |  LEARNER

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U.S. Curated Library of Lessons

U.S. Curated Library of Lessons
If you'd like to help other men not step on things that you've stepped on, or not experience the disasters that you've experienced, or if you'd like to tell some of those stories and finds a measure of significance because of that contribution, contact me. If you're not... how do...

U.S. Marketing Blind-spots

U.S. Marketing Blind-spots
All mammals have blind-spots. That about says what you should know about self-awareness, self-understanding and growth in U.S.. Blind-spots are called scotoma's. We're wired from birth to NOT see some things, and as a result we believe U.S. IS as we see ...

The Little U.S. Ice Cream Boy

The Little U.S. Ice Cream Boy
Daniel Comp recalls a childhood experience that affected his future as an entrepreneur and his choices to this day. We're not equipped to arrive at mature conclusions with childhood experiences. That's one of the roles parents and relatives can play if they are self-aware and gen...

Daniel Comp U.S. 360MEN Founder

Daniel Comp U.S. 360MEN Founder
Daniel Comp, founder of 360MEN introduces himself, a few deep personal growth philosophies and demonstrates a simple introductory profile that subscribing 360MEN get as part of their package. "We don't see things the way THEY ARE. Rather, we see things the way WE ARE." "The grea...


First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.
Epictetus