Podcast

Enter your email and we’ll send you our top 5 podcasts to help YOU be a high-performing, self-aware, and impactful man.

Mini-Episode: How to Build Better Discipline

Do you struggle to be disciplined with yourself? What are your triggers that stop you have achieving a task? Connor jams on what we can do to build more discipline, in this week’s mini-episode.

Why Willpower Doesn’t Work | Ben Hardy

In our individualistic culture, we often believe the heroic individual shapes history through force of will. But willpower doesn’t work. Ben Hardy explains why. Surely this can’t be right. #dothework #riseandgrind #hustle.…

What Do You Want to Do Before You Die? | Ben Nemtin

Ben Nemtin is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die, the star of the MTV show The Buried Life, an internationally renowned keynote speaker and producer. As the co-founder of The Buried Life movement, Ben’s message of radical possibility has been featured in The Today Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, ABC, CBS and NBC News. Oprah Winfrey called Ben’s life work “truly inspiring.”

The Science of Humor | Dr. Peter McGraw

Dr. Peter McGraw is an expert in the interdisciplinary fields of emotion and behavioral economics. His research examines the interrelationship of judgment, emotion, and choice, with a focus on the production and consumption of entertainment.

The Future Of Entrepreneurship | Swish Goswami

Manu (Swish) Goswami has built a multi-hyphenate career. He is a serial tech entrepreneur (COO & Co-Founder of Dunk), LinkedIn Youth Editor, TEDx speaker, Fortune 500 consultant (for Google and American Express), venture capitalist (at JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital founded by Brooklyn Nets PF Trevor Booker), and UN Youth Ambassador. Swish has been recognized with the United Nations Outstanding Youth Leadership Award, Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award, and as one of Plan Canada’s Top 20 under 20.

How Pride Impacts Success | Jessica Tracy

Jessica Tracy is a professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, where she also directs the Emotion and Self Lab. Her research focuses on emotions and emotion expression, and especially on the self-conscious emotions of pride and shame. She has published over 90 journal articles, book chapters, edited volumes, and reviews, as well as the recent book Take Pride: Why the Deadliest Sin Holds the Secret to Human Success (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). Her groundbreaking work on pride has been covered by hundreds of media outlets, including ABC’s Good Morning America, NPR’s All Things Considered, the New York Times, the Economist, and Scientific American. Tracy was born and raised in Washington, D.C., and now lives in Vancouver with her daughter and her partner.

How to be Consistent | Jairek Robbins

Jairek Robbins helps businesses, brands and individuals achieve rapid, measurable improvements in work and life through Keynote Speaking, Business Performance Coaching and my #1 Bestselling Book, “Live It! Achieve Success By Living With Purpose” Robbins started his career in 2002 with the Anthony Robbins Foundation and worked there for two years. While attending the University of San Diego he spent 3 months living in a rural farming village as a volunteer teaching organic farming in Uganda through the organization Students Partnership Worldwide .He was a board member for the non-profit organization “Just Like My Child” which also does education and health projects in Uganda.

Why Self-Awareness is the Master Success Skill | Eric Barker

How do we know what success is? Is happiness still an undefined destination? What have we got right, and where do we have room for improvement? These are the questions Eric Barker spends his time answering. His style of research-based self-improvement helps his readers to live happier, more fulfilling lives. After eight years of researching and writing over 5,000 posts on his blog about his findings , he’s here to share some of what he’s learned with us.

Biohacking Your Belief System | Dave Asprey

How Much Are We Really in Charge of Our Belief System? It feels like we are, but the evidence says otherwise. In the past several episodes of the podcast (Beau Lotto, David…

Lowered Testosterone: How to Beat it

Editor’s Note: When your dad was young he probably had higher testosterone than you do (assuming you’re between 18 and 45). We’re the generation that sits on our asses, scrolling through social…