In this episode we sit down with Philip Folsom, Anthropologist, Culture Development expert and president & CEO of Wolf Tribe. We unpack the classic archetypes of manhood (King, Warrior, Magician, Lover) and discuss how the Wolf community is a vital prototype for how men should operate in Tribe. Please check out Philip’s programs and connect with him through his website at https://www.mywolftribe.com
Over the past two years we have yet to bring on younger men to get their views on the various pillars of manhood. In this episode, we bridge the generational gap and sit down with two fully engaged millennials and unpack their perspectives on three major topics of men's lives... FAITH, SUCCESS, and RELATIONSHIPS. Enjoy the Show!
This is Part 2 of a two-part series based on the research found in Shaunti Feldhahn's book, "For Women Only". In this second part, we take a deep dive into the last four truths about how men think about women... Men Need Sex, Men Are Visual, Men Really Do Want Romance and Men Care About Your Apperance… and a “BONUS TRUTH” at the end. Enjoy the Show!
This is Part 1 of a two-part series based on the research found in Shaunti Feldhahn's book, "For Women Only". In this first part, we take a deep dive into the first four truths about how men think about women... Men Need Respect over Love, Men Are Insecure, Men Check Out to Check In, and Men Are Providers! Enjoy the show!
Football is a game that epitomizes the team concept. However, the overall development of each player, the culture of the team, and the character by which a team is known for is only as strong as the intent that the head coach brings to the program. In this episode, we sit down with Ben McEnroe, head coach of the California Lutheran University Kingsmen, and discuss his intentionality of raising up quality men through the game that demands so much.
In a busy world filled with chaos, managing and increasing productivity can be one of the hardest things to consistently accomplish. In this episode, we take on the philosophy that in order to manage distractions and stay on target with our daily production goals, we must establish a system for how to effectively Enter the Day, Engage the Day, and Exit the Day.
Conflict, in any setting, can be frustrating, uncomfortable, and often stressful. It’s rare to have a specific “conflict management style,” but if you do, it could make all the difference in deepening your relationships. In this episode, we discuss the concept that “Conflict Resolution” is an “Evolutionary” process that should be embraced as a positive growth opportunity.
There are things in our lives that just seem to improve only when they are placed in environments of volatility and unpredictability. This suggests that we as men should NOT run from struggle and risk, but we should actually step into them as a means of progress, expansion, and growth. In this episode, co-founder of the Men of Growth Podcast, Byron Davis, unpacks the concept of “AntiFragility.”
There is a culture war going on between how we should be defining and measuring manhood. In August of 2018, the American Psychological Association (APA) published its first-ever guidelines for practice with boys and men. Traditional manhood and masculinity are being challenged, and we've got to do something about it. We hope this episode really grabs your attention, and causes you to take action in some are of your life. God Speed!
In life, there is always "this story" and "that story." The question becomes, which story do we choose to believe, and does the story we choose deliver the outcomes we want in our lives? In this episode we take a look at an ancient story, the parable of the prodigal son, and analyze it from a perspective that makes us consider the narratives we choose to embrace as men.