Mini-Episode: Why You’re Not Motivated

Lacking motivation?
Not accomplishing the things you know you WANT & NEED to do?
Well, you’re not alone. Many people struggle to feel motivated.
But the reason why many people cant get motivated might surprise you.
In this mini episode, I share why so many people lose and struggle to accomplish what they know they want to do, and share how you can regain momentum in any area of your life.

Dr. NerdLove – Pick Up Artists, Navigating Modern Dating, And Rekindling Romance

Harris O’Malley (AKA Dr. NerdLove) is an Austin-based, syndicated advice columnist and dating coach who provides geek dating advice at Paging Dr. NerdLove and his bi-weekly advice column “Ask Dr. NerdLove” on Kotaku.
He and his work has been featured on Nightline, Fusion TV, The Guardian, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post, Wired, Sex Nerd Sandra, Daily Life, Slate, The Austin-American Statesman, Austin Monthly, Geek and Sundry, Boing Boing, Everyday Feminism, Buzzfeed, The Daily Dot, The Washington Post, Kotaku, Lifehacker, NeilStrauss.com, The Good Man Project, MTV’s Guy Code, The Harvard Business Journal, and many others.

Mini-Episode: The King Archetype

The King is the pinnacle of the masculine archetypes. It requires us to align out other archetypes and understand ourselves at a depth that so few are willing to explore.

While modern day kings seem to be few, the ones which have existed often embody the dysfunctional polarities of the king.

This archetype, however, is arguably the most important one that men need to develop, especially in todays climate and culture. The king embodies leadership, order, fatherhood, and so much more . Tune in to find out how the king can rule for the benefit of all, or how he can be one of the most destructive forces. Find out how to identify the archetype within yourself, cultivate a healthy connection to it, and how to have a more balanced version of this archetype within yourself.

Mini-Episode: The Warrior Archetype – Exploring Primal Origins, And The Future Of Warriors

The Warrior. Arguably the most controversial archetype of our time.

The warrior is responsible for protection, but its dysfunctional parts have caused an immense amount of chaos and pain in our world.

Contrary to popular belief, the world (men specifically) need more warrior in their lives today. Tune in to find out why, how to identify the archetype within yourself, how to cultivate a deeper relationship to it, and how to have a more balanced version of this archetype within yourself.

Ben Goresky – Understanding Addiction, Supporting Addicts, And Plant Medicine.

Ben Goresky is a counsellor, coach, and a podcaster. He coaches men in the areas of addiction, recovery, and relationships. He is a trained addictions counsellor with a Health Sciences degree. Ben runs a men’s group for The Samurai Brotherhood, an organization that connects men to their masculine core and leads the way for the evolution of conscious men.

Ben also hosts The Evolving Man podcast and runs relationship workshops for couples with his fiancé Sheleana Aiyana. He focuses on shadow work, men’s work, transpersonal psychology, and conscious relationship work to drive success in his clients. He runs his coaching practice for EvolvingMan.ca out of Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Mini-Episode: The Lover Archetype

The lover. Who doesn’t love a good lover?

Well, sometimes the lover can cause chaos, dysfunction, ghosting, and weak boundaries.

This archetype is one that is very popular in modern culture. Tune in to find out why, how to identify the archetype within yourself, and how to have a more balanced version of this archetype within yourself.

Mark Greene – #MeToo And Masculinity

Mark Greene is an author, speaker, and Senior Editor at The Good Men Project. He is the founder of Remaking Manhood, a Facebook community for those interested in the evolving conversation about masculinity. Mark’s articles on men’s issues have been shared half a million times on social media with 20 million page views. He has written and spoken about men’s issues at Salon, Shriver Report, Huffington Post, HLN, BBC, and the New York Times.

Mark is the author of The Little #MeToo Book for Men and Remaking Manhood. Mark is co-author, along with Dr. Saliha Bava, of The Relational Book for Parenting.