Aidan Hulatt

I joined A Band of Brothers after a friend persuaded me to go on the first Beyond The Hero held in Cornwall in 2016. I went along with the expectation of making new connections and gaining a sense of community that was missing. At that point I had little understanding about what a mentor was and whether or not I wanted to be one.

Since my own Rites of Passage weekend I have been a regular at our weekly meetings and part of the leadership team that has grown our community to the point where we have seeded two groups in Penzance and Falmouth.

ABOB has empowered me to challenge self limiting beliefs I’ve held onto for most of my adult life and provided countless opportunities for personal growth through rigorous training and structured processes. This in turn has given me the confidence to become a mentor to other men in our community and pass on some of what I have learned.