Mini-Episode: Valentines Day Special – 5 Things I’ve Learned From My Relationship

Relationships can teach us volumes about ourselves and life itself. 

Thankfully, I happen to be marrying one of the worlds leading couples therapists who knows relationships in a way so few could even hope to comprehend. 

And because of that, I wanted to share a few of the lessons that i’ve learned being in a relationship with this incredible woman. 

Michael Hebb – The Truth About Fatherhood, And What Death Can Teach Us

For the past 20 years Michael has been working to understand the secrets of human connection. His projects have turned into international movements and impacted millions. His second book “Let’s Talk About Death” published by Hachette/Da Capo will be available in the U.S., U.K., and Australia in October of 2018. Michael recently became a Partner at RoundGlass to further expand his efforts to impact global well being. 

In 1999 Michael and Naomi Pomeroy co-founded Family Supper in Portland, a supper club that is credited with starting the pop-up restaurant movement. In the years following they opened the restaurants clarklewis and Gotham Bldg Tavern, garnering international acclaim. 

Mini-Episode: 3 Ways To Initiate Sex With Your Partner

Lately a lot of my clients have been asking how they can initiate sex with their partner.

Some feel embarrassed, unsure of what to do or say, or feel like they don’t know what their partner likes.

I share 3 ways for you and your partner to explore initiating sex. I encourage you to listen to this together and dig into what both of you like.

Todd Herman – The Alter Ego Effect and The High Performers Secret

Todd Herman is an author, performance advisor, and entrepreneur. For 22 years, his training company, Herman Performance Systems, has focused on helping achievers and ambitious people in sport & business, achieve wildly outrageous goals while enjoying the process. Originally from Alberta, Canada where he grew up on a large farm and ranch, where he developed a healthy dislike of chicken coops.

Mini-Episode: One Of The Most Effective Personal Growth Tools I’ve Found

Most people are looking for a simple, yet effective tool to grow themselves on a consistent basis.

After doing a lot of research, trying out different methods, and using myself as a guinea pig, this tool is one of the most effective things i’ve found for producing powerful results and moving through worries and doubts.

In this episode, I breakdown how you can take action and let go of the things that don’t serve you, the things which hold you back and get in the way of greatness.

Andrew Horn – Rights of passage and the future of men

Andrew Horn is a Brooklyn based social entrepreneur, writer and speaker.

He is the Co-Founder and CEO The company helps you celebrate the people you love with a video of their friends and family telling them why they’re awesome. They have delivered more than 150,000 videos and were recently called Hallmark 2.0 by the New Yorker. 

Mini-Episode: 3 Lessons from Giving Away Almost Everything I Own

Recently, I gave away almost everything I own, clothes, books, bed, stereo equipment, couches, piano, everything… I just let it all go.

And after making the decision, I decided to share my lessons in giving everything away because it’s been incredibly freeing.

Don’t miss this episode!

Life Story & Lessons From Anonymous Client

What happens when abused boys become men? How are boys shaped into men who have been abused and how does this shape them as leaders, husbands, and fathers? How do men work through trauma, abuse, abandonment, and sexual abuse? 

In this unique, first of it’s kind episode, I interview a client who has faced and been through many of these things. Much of it has been talked about and worked through in a therapeutic or coaching setting, but some still needs to be addressed. In this setting, the anonymous client and I talk about his journey. He shares stories from his childhood and connects the dots to how his past shaped his future. We talk about how he has worked through these challenging experiences, how he has repeated relationships in his family, and how he as a father is now raising his son. 

Marc Groman – Understanding Internet Privacy With Former White House Senior Privacy Advisor

Marc Groman, an internationally recognized expert in privacy and information risk management, advises senior leaders in both business and government on complex, data-driven initiatives. He helps clients implement global privacy programs, launch new products and services, conduct due diligence on potential partners, assess privacy risk, and respond to data security incidents. He teaches data breach response at Georgetown Law School, and is actively engaged in the policy debate on federal privacy legislation in the U.S.

Marc’s expertise in privacy has deep roots: as Senior Advisor for Privacy in the White House, he had government-wide responsibility for privacy policy. He chaired the Federal Privacy Council established by President Barack Obama, and was the privacy lead on the President’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan. Prior to his stint in the Obama Administration, Marc was President and CEO of the Network Advertising Initiative, the first Chief Privacy Officer of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and Counsel to the Energy and Commerce Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives.