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Uncensored Advice For Men

Author: Josh Wilson

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From porn stars to pastors, we interview people from all walks of life seeking advice and wisdom for men on topics about sex, relationships, money, careers, mindset, health and fitness, and more. What defines masculinity?Being a man can be tough in today's age. It's okay to feel confused and dispirited sometimes. You are not alone. The Uncensored Advice For Men podcast is a testament to that statement. What makes a man? Join host Josh Wilson and our variety of guests to learn what it means to be a man through the eyes of others. This is hands down the best Podcast for men striving to come to terms with their own feelings and further understand themselves. How many podcasts out there really focus on the true nature of what it means to be a man? Dissecting, and disproving today's society's distorted view of what a man should be, This is a place for men seeking honest answers through open, vulnerable conversations with men and women. Our host Josh Wilson offers an open forum for honest conversations about what it means to be a man today. Josh has interviewed over 750 entrepreneurs and CEOs across eight podcast shows, reaching the top of the iTunes charts. He draws from his own experience as a former firefighter, entrepreneur, mentor, college instructor, real estate broker, father, and podcaster in order to help other men reach greater self-understanding on their own unique paths to the best versions of themselves. Here's a podcast for men's health that you can listen to to gain knowledge on every aspect of being a man. Need help with addiction? We've interviewed people who have been there. Need help with sex? We've talked to intimacy coaches about that. Need a parenting guide? Josh is a father of 3! Men have traditionally placed emphasis on appearing to be self-reliant and strong and so have been reluctant to reach out for help. This has resulted in a spike in the wrong direction for men's mental health. If you need some advice or perhaps you have gained wisdom the hard way and you want to share your story with other dudes, head over to to join in on the conversation.Here are some questions and topics that men have told us are important to them—and we cover all of these on the podcast.- Do Men Have Feelings?- How men handle breakups.- How do I get my confidence back?- How do I make more money?- What addiction is- How addiction works- How do I Overcome addiction?- How can I be a better father?- How not to be insecure?- How to be the best parent?- How to be a better husband?- How to sustain a relationship?- How can I express my feelings?- how to get over commitment issues?- how to deal with body image issues?- how to achieve financial freedom- relationship stability- How to last longer in bed?- How to lose weight?- How to get in shape?- Sexual expectations- Performance anxiety- Sexual dysfunction- How to get your sex drive back?- How to deal with different sex drives in a relationship?- How to prepare for fatherhood?- How can I be better at communicating?- How to be more reasonable?- How to be more appreciative?- Mental health and wellness- How to overcome depression- How to deal with aging?- How to build good habits- How to have great values?- How to have faith? (even when life is difficult)- How to respond to loss?- How to quit your job?- How To Become Resilient- How to be vulnerable?- How to get help?- How to take control of your life?- How to trust yourself?- Self-acceptance- How not to compare yourself to others?- How to face adversity- How to be kind to yourselfIf you would like to get some advice on these topics or perhaps come on the show and share your wisdom and advice with our audience of men—go to and connect with us there
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I'm excited to share with you some insights from my recent podcast episode with Casey Cavell, a serial entrepreneur with a knack for scaling businesses. We had an enlightening conversation about his journey, the importance of finding one's niche, and the intersection of passion, proficiency, and profitability.Here are some key takeaways from our conversation:The Power of Problem-Solving: Casey's success stems from his ability to identify and solve problems within businesses. His journey began in the apartment complex and self-storage industry, and he has since scaled multiple businesses across various sectors.The Importance of Purpose: Casey emphasizes the need to find a mission or purpose that drives you to work, rather than solely relying on financial incentives. He calls this the "hedgehog principle" - the intersection of what you love, what you're great at, and what makes you money.Building the Right Team: Casey believes in building the right structure for a team before considering the people. He introduces the 80/20 principle, suggesting that a significant portion of the workforce may not contribute much. By identifying what needs to be done to achieve the long-term vision of the business, you can simplify the organization and focus on tasks that truly matter.Letting Go of a Business: Casey shares his experience of the uncertainty that comes after exiting a business. He encourages entrepreneurs to define what they want out of life and restructure their business and daily routines accordingly.The Pursuit of Fulfillment: Casey reflects on the phenomenon of people who chase success their whole lives, only to find themselves unfulfilled when they finally attain it. He believes that fulfillment comes from meeting our fundamental needs: love, acceptance, worth, and security.The Power of Honest Feedback: Casey emphasizes the importance of having trusted friends or counselors who can provide honest feedback and help identify areas for personal growth.Playing the Long Game: Casey encourages us to maintain a long-term perspective and reject the messages that tell us we're not good enough. He shares his own experiences and challenges with material possessions and the temptation to rush towards goals.I hope these insights spark your curiosity and inspire you to listen to the full episode. Casey's journey is a testament to the power of purpose, the importance of building the right team, and the fulfillment that comes from meeting our fundamental needs.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
This episode of Uncensored Advice for Men features an enlightening conversation with Brent Perkins, a former CEO, author, and a man on a journey of self-discovery. Brent's unique perspective on advice is that it's more about sharing experiences and emotions than dictating what to do. It's a refreshing take that I found myself relating to, as I've often realized the advice I give to others is what I need to hear myself.Brent's book, Papercuts: The Art of Self Delusion, was a fascinating topic of our discussion. He didn't initially plan to write it, but it became a crucial part of his personal journey, helping him uncover his struggle with self-love and the lengths he'd gone to hide his insecurities.We also delved into Brent's experiences as a CEO, his personal growth, and how he believes our responses to life's challenges shape who we become. He shared his journey through divorce and how it led him to become a better person.One of the key lessons from Brent's book is Show Up and Surrender. It's about allowing others to have their experiences without trying to fix them and setting boundaries to protect oneself. It's a dance of empathy and self-preservation that I've personally found significant in my life.We also touched on the importance of self-love and its impact on our relationships. Brent shared his journey of self-discovery and how true self-love is about taking care of oneself without seeking constant validation from others.Brent's upcoming project, the Bold Men Fellowship, aims to teach men how to show up in life boldly and authentically. It's about choosing to live life on your own terms and giving everything you never had before.I hope these insights spark your curiosity and inspire you to listen to our latest podcast episode. It's a journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and learning to love oneself that I believe many of us can relate to.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
 I'm thrilled to share with you some highlights from my recent podcast episode with Chad Hagle, a second-generation commercial real estate developer and philanthropist. Chad's unique insights into retail development, philanthropy, and mentorship are truly inspiring and I believe you'll find them as fascinating as I did.Retail Development & Philanthropy: Chad's journey in commercial real estate is a testament to his resilience and commitment. He's not only a successful developer but also a passionate philanthropist, particularly in the field of education.Dadages Podcast: Chad hosts a podcast called Dadages, where he focuses on mentorship and passing down wisdom. If you're looking for some valuable life lessons, I highly recommend giving it a listen.The Value of Failure: We had an enlightening discussion about the importance of sharing failures and learning from them. Chad believes that responding well to failure sets you up for future success.Financial Independence: Chad emphasizes the importance of financial independence for achieving stability, freedom, and flexibility in life. His journey to financial independence is both inspiring and instructive.Strategic Philanthropy: Chad's approach to philanthropy is strategic, focusing on tangible outcomes and metrics. He believes in actively managing and investing in causes that are important to him.Balancing Family and Success: Chad shares his perspective on defining success as an entrepreneur and offers advice on balancing work and family. His insights are based on his experience growing up in a successful family and now building his own legacy.Breaking the Cycle of Generational Wealth: Chad reflects on his journey as a father and his concerns about breaking the cycle of generational wealth. He believes in supporting his children's individual paths and allowing them to chart their own course.I hope you find these topics as intriguing as I did. If you're curious to learn more, tune into the full podcast episode. And don't forget to subscribe to Chad's podcast, Dadages, for more wisdom and mentorship insights.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I'm thrilled to share with you the latest episode of our podcast, where I had the pleasure of hosting an inspiring conversation with Jason Cradle. Jason's story is a testament to the power of transformation and resilience, and I'm sure you'll find his journey as captivating as I did.The Man Behind the Toys: Jason's love for collecting toys is more than just a hobby. It's a cherished form of enjoyment, a connection to his childhood, and a teaching tool for his son. His choice to save his kids' toys in a hypothetical flood scenario speaks volumes about his values and the sentimental value he places on these items.From Software Investments to Fitness: Jason's professional journey is as diverse as it is impressive. His dedication to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, despite coming from an obese family, led him to become a personal trainer and nutritionist. His commitment to health and fitness is truly inspiring.A Father's Love: Jason's transformation into a loving father and husband is a heartwarming story. His decision to fight for his daughter's custody and break the cycle of abuse in his family is a testament to his strength and determination.Turning 40 - A Milestone: Jason's reflections on turning 40 and the transformative moments in his life are thought-provoking. His ability to communicate effectively and succeed in various endeavors is a result of the experiences and principles he has accumulated over the years.Challenging Conversations: Jason's views on the lack of open-mindedness and genuine conversation in today's society are worth pondering. He believes in the importance of embracing differences and promoting social change.Maximizing Returns: Jason's upcoming book, "Maximizing Returns: The Use of Convertible Notes in Small Business Investing," is a must-read for anyone interested in investments. His passion for helping men and advocating for honesty and responsibility is truly commendable.I encourage you to listen to this episode and reach out to Jason on his website, You might even get a chance to be a guest on his podcast, Uncensored Advice for Men.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I'm excited to share with you some insights from my latest podcast episode, where I had the pleasure of hosting James, a Marine veteran and founder of "Freedom from Anger". His story is a testament to the transformative power of personal growth and the importance of finding one's purpose.The Power of Anger: James and I delved into the topic of anger, a powerful emotion that can drive both destructive and constructive behavior. We both shared our personal experiences with anger and how it shaped our lives. James' journey from a Marine to a behavioral health professional is a testament to the power of self-reflection and personal growth.Finding Purpose: James emphasized the importance of finding your true calling. He believes that many people experience anger because they are stuck in unfulfilling jobs. His advice? Don't settle for a job that brings frustration and unhappiness. Seek out your purpose and find fulfillment.Road Rage Education: We discussed James' innovative program developed in response to the high rates of road rage incidents in Tennessee. The program focuses on forgiveness and understanding, reminding us that everyone makes mistakes.Free Anger Management Assessment: James offers a free anger management assessment and consultation on his website. This four-part process covers anger styles, perceived stress, and other related factors. It's a great starting point for anyone questioning whether they have an anger problem.Red Flags: Increased arguing with a spouse or family members is a significant red flag, according to James. He emphasizes that these arguments can build up over time and lead to explosive situations and even legal consequences.Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: James introduced us to rational emotive behavioral therapy, which focuses on how thoughts and perceptions shape our reality. He emphasized the need to reframe negative thoughts and cultivate gratitude to avoid getting trapped in a cycle of negativity.Connect with James: If you're interested in connecting with James, you can reach him via his website, He offers a free assessment and consultation to help you understand and manage your anger.A Vital Point on Anger: James shared a thought-provoking perspective - no one can make you angry; it's how you perceive and react to others' actions. This concept requires self-reflection and personal accountability, but it's a crucial step in managing anger effectively.I encourage you to listen to this enlightening episode and take the first step towards understanding and managing your anger. Remember, it's not about suppressing your anger, but channeling it into something constructive.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I recently had an enlightening conversation with Carrie, a relationship expert who runs couples groups and programs for people on the brink of divorce. We delved into the signs of an impending divorce, how to assess the health of a relationship, and the importance of communication. Here are some key takeaways from our chat:Signs of a Pending Divorce: Carrie pointed out two common signs - the loss of friendship between partners and putting the relationship on the back burner, especially when children are involved. It's a wake-up call for all of us to keep the flame of friendship alive in our relationships.Assessing Relationship Health: Carrie introduced her framework of the four pillars: trust and commitment, friendship and play, communication and conflict resolution, and love and intimacy. She emphasized the importance of having sturdy legs to withstand life's challenges.The Role of Love Languages: We discussed how love languages play a crucial role in relationships. Physical touch and words of affirmation are important for many, including Carrie's husband. It's a reminder to understand and respect our partner's love language.Open Conversations: Carrie stressed the importance of having open conversations with your partner and regularly checking in on each other's needs. She recommended setting aside time for weekly dates to discuss what's going on in each other's lives.Sex Initiation in Relationships: We acknowledged the disparity in how often men and women think about sex. Carrie encouraged couples to have open conversations about their sexual needs and desires, emphasizing the importance of addressing feelings of rejection.The Impact of Pornography: Carrie believes that pornography itself is not inherently harmful as long as it doesn't replace intimacy with a partner. She suggests that couples negotiate their boundaries around pornography.Building a Relationship Blueprint: Carrie compared this to an architect having architectural plans before building a house. It includes understanding each other's dreams, fears, worries, and desires.I found this conversation with Carrie incredibly insightful and I hope you do too. If you're interested in hearing more about these topics, I invite you to tune into our podcast. And remember, seeking assistance is a sign of strength, not weakness.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I'm thrilled to share with you the latest episode of our podcast, where I had the pleasure of hosting Adam, a life coach with an inspiring journey. This episode is a treasure trove of insights about finding purpose and the transformative power of passion.The Corporate Conundrum: Adam spent 13 years in the corporate world, feeling unfulfilled and lacking passion. His experience is a stark reminder that success isn't always synonymous with fulfillment.The Dark Days: Adam's struggle with anxiety and bad habits, born out of a lack of purpose, is a story many of us can relate to. It's a wake-up call to recognize when we're merely surviving, not thriving.The Leap of Faith: Adam's decision to become a life coach wasn't an easy one. He faced doubts and fears, but his passion for psychology and helping others led him to take the leap. His journey is a testament to the power of following your heart, even when the path isn't clear.The Transformation: Adam's transformation from feeling like a fraud to becoming a successful life coach is nothing short of inspiring. His story emphasizes the importance of investing in oneself and seeking guidance from the right mentors.The Power of Purpose: Adam's work revolves around helping individuals rediscover their sense of purpose and align their careers with their true selves. His approach is a beacon of hope for anyone feeling drained and disconnected in their current job.Breaking Free: Adam's role as a coach is to help people break free from limiting beliefs and societal conditioning. His work is a reminder that we all have unique strengths and superpowers waiting to be unleashed.The Ideal Client: Adam loves working with open-minded individuals ready to step out of their comfort zones. It's a call to action for all of us to be brave, embrace change, and chase our dreams.This episode is a must-listen for anyone feeling stuck, unfulfilled, or unsure of their path. Tune in to hear Adam's incredible journey and learn how you too can find your purpose and ignite your passion.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I'm excited to share some insights from a recent episode of my podcast, "Uncensored Advice for Men". I had a heart-to-heart conversation with my friend Mike, owner of Palma Productions, about a topic that's close to our hearts - self-love.The Journey of Self-Love: We delved into our personal experiences with self-love, reflecting on the wisdom of Stoic philosopher Seneca. We discussed the importance of being kind to ourselves and seeking validation from within. It's a gradual process, influenced by our relationships and childhood experiences, but it's worth every step.The Discipline of Self-Love: Mike shared his daily practice of positive self-talk, especially during challenging times. He spoke about overcoming fear and the shift from being hard on oneself to being encouraging and kind. It's about finding the balance between confidence and ego.Learning from Mistakes: Mike's business, Palma Productions, is all about telling engaging stories through video. He drew parallels between the importance of healthy revisions in video production and in life. It's about learning from our mistakes and making improvements.Books That Inspire: We shared some books that have been impactful in our personal growth journeys. "No More Mr. Nice Guy" and "Codependent No More" are two that have helped me understand the need for approval and validation.Breathing Exercises: Mike shared a simple breathing exercise that helps him stay present in the moment. It's a technique that I've found useful too, even during heated moments.The Importance of Feedback: For creatives like Mike, feedback is crucial. It's about seeking constructive criticism from trusted peers and using it to grow and improve.Finding Joy: We discussed the importance of rediscovering activities that bring joy and happiness. It's about surrounding ourselves with positive influences and challenging ourselves to grow.I encourage you to listen to the full episode for a deeper dive into these topics. And if you feel inspired, reach out to Mike and express your gratitude. You can find him on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, or look for Palma Productions 1995.Remember, the journey to self-love is a personal one, but you're not alone. We're all in this together.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
"Is Gray Area Drinking Becoming a Problem in Your Life?"In this podcast episode, Josh and guest Kari discuss gray areas in life, focusing on drinking. Kari shares her personal journey of quitting alcohol and becoming a coach. They discuss the concept of gray area drinking and the importance of paying attention to one's relationship with alcohol. Kari explains the stages of change and her experience with Alcoholics Anonymous. They also talk about the significance of tattoos and the challenges of breaking habitual behaviors. Kari shares her decision to pursue coaching full-time and the key elements necessary for making lasting changes in life. They encourage listeners to trust their intuition and make conscious decisions for positive change.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
In this podcast episode, Josh interviews Brad, a successful real estate investor and happiness coach. They discuss the importance of self-love and its connection to success in real estate investing and other areas of life. Brad shares his personal journey of transformation, overcoming his anger issues, and helping his clients overcome their limiting beliefs and childhood programming. They delve deeper into the topic of self-love and how it affects one's actions and motivations. Brad encourages listeners to take his three-minute quiz to determine their level of self-love and how it affects their actions. He also talks about his passion for helping others achieve self-love and happiness, and his dream of impacting a million people through his coaching program.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
The podcast episode features a conversation between the host and Jeff, a real estate investor and mentor in the Fraternity of Excellence, a group for men focused on personal growth and accountability. They discuss Jeff's experiences in real estate investing, his involvement in the Fraternity of Excellence, and the importance of relationships and personal satisfaction beyond just chasing money. Jeff shares his personal journey towards self-belief and resilience, and how the Fraternity of Excellence has helped him and other men achieve personal growth. The episode emphasizes the importance of personal growth, authenticity, and accountability in various aspects of life.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
In this episode of "Uncensored Advice for Men," host Josh talks with author Michael Thompson about his new book "King Me" and the importance of men having mentors to guide them through life's challenges. They discuss the need for men to have safe spaces to share their regrets and struggles without fear of judgment or shame. They also touch on the difficult question of where God was during moments of abuse and trauma. Michael emphasizes the importance of men having a range of skills and abilities to be effective leaders and mentors, not just the ability to fix problems. They end the episode by discussing the importance of accurately interpreting one's life and seeking guidance from mentors.Support the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Friends for over 35 years and married for 23 of them!  They live life on a mission to meet people wherever they are and think every person should have someone who believes in them. Whether clients work with Kristine inside of the workplace or work with Kris on life issues, their mission stays the same: Restoring God's design for work and relationships. Together they have grown up, gotten knocked down a few times, and have never quit picking each other back up. Still reading? Here's some work history:KRISTINEAfter the first 10 years of her career learning how to build systems and processes from some of the best minds at Toyota, Kristine spent the next 14 years developing and continuously growing the internal systems, processes, and teams inside a CPA firm. During that time, she launched a business consulting company to help support the many business clients of the firm. In 2020, the time came to take the consulting arm to a new level and Accompany Suite was founded. She knew that statistically, soft skills make up 85-90% of overall career success (Neff & Citron, 2001; Ruff, 2016). So, she and her team set out to train, coach, and mentor other businesses to grow in these skill sets, in addition to offering fractional COO services designed to increase production and engagement, while decreasing turnover. She and her team help get everyone moving in the same direction! KRISSince the age of 8, Kris has been working. Raised to help in the family business when he wasn't in school, he has learned the value of a hard-earned dollar and the need to believe anything's possible. He has gained a wide perspective when it comes to parenting. He's been the dad who worked long hours and hardly saw his wife and kids, and also a stay-at-home dad who homeschooled, too! This unique experience has made it possible for him to help men and women better connect with the root issues that so many marriages and parents face. Kris is drawn to working with people who are stuck. He may not have met you yet, but he already believes in you. Every person has the ability to push past the lies they tell themselves and achieve the things they desire. Through hard work, dedication, and encouragement he works to guide others through whatever is standing in their way. ReferencesNeff, T. J., & Citrin, J. M. (2001). Lesson from the top. New York: Doubleday Business.Ruff, K. (2016). Soft skills highly prized by employers. Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, 31(6), 28. the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Born 1964 in Toronto, Canada into a large family. Moved to South Florida in 1972, was raised in a Christian home with a Jewish flare. Both parents were orphaned at a young age, but built an amazing family.Married my lovely wife in 1984 and moved to Marion County in 1985 where we raised our amazing children.Have had many jobs from being Mike the cable guy, grocery store manager, property maintenance and equipment operator.But spent most of my life in public ministry as a youth pastor to senior pastor and everything in between.What I am most proud of is my family and being a leader, especially to men.I love to travel and I look forward to meeting you.Visit Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Fifty years of Practicing Medicine has revealed to me that you literally cannot ever do enough good. I began serving on and then leading medical teams in the developing world in 1991. From 2006 to the present, I’ve served exclusively with my friend Steve James, CRNA’s and in 2010 began developing safe water treatment systems for communities in Kenya. I still lead medical teams there.Find our more - Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
I was an unemployed schoolteacher in 2010 when I decided to start a business. I built a multi-million dollar business that was featured in Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in America. We also were recognized by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the top entrepreneurial companies in the country.That sounds great, but I was trapped!I was trapped as the owner-operator. I decided to figure a way out without selling the company, a method I now teach entrepreneurs all over the world called #ExitWithoutExiting. I show people like you how to retain ownership but get all your time back.I started this coaching program and mastermind to exclusively serve entrepreneurs who are tired of the lack of freedom as business owners. Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Born: 1980 in Clarkesville, GAEmployment: Own and operate an RIA Background & color:I received a B.A. from the University of Georgia, a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and completed the Certified Financial Planning program at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. Professionally, I have been mentored by a Fortune 500 CEO, served leading executives in key roles, overseen sixty executive branch state agencies, directly overseen annual budgets exceeding $100M and led large teams.   I am married to the beautiful girl I found in sixth grade. Erin is an attorney by training who now serves as Headmaster of a flourishing private school in Atlanta. Erin and I have two children, Isaac and Rachel, for which we are unspeakably thankful and proud. The four of us and the kid’s cats, Geronimo and Dakota, live in a small Buckhead neighborhood. On Friday night, you will find us having family pizza night and on Sunday you will find us at Christ Church Atlanta and playing in our backyard. Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Ryan Zofay is a successful entrepreneur and motivational speaker. He teaches personal development strategies that measurably improve performance, connection and mindset. Using the teachings of his own successes and failures, Ryan has a unique ability to facilitate deep change for individuals and organizations. Ryan Zofay is the founder of We Level Up Treatment Centers and Personal Development Events. We Level Up produces a liberation from the mental chains that bind us, and enable us to operate at our fullest capacity. Have you ever wondered why you’re always living the same patterns over and over, end up feeling like a victim, or making the same choices which always lead to stress, anguish, and inevitable upset? We Level up offers not an answer, but a solution to these grave dilemmas that face us on a daily basis. Ryan lives for pivotal moments. He has used his history to create change so great in his own life he became inspired to help others too.https://welevelup.comVisit Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
Brenden is the founder of MasterTalk, he coaches ambitious executives & entrepreneurs to become top 1% communicators in their industry. He also has a popular YouTube channel called MasterTalk, with the goal of providing free access to communication tools for everyone in the world. Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
As a Board-Certified Occupational Therapist, leadership advisor to top CEO’s around the country, mental skills coach to professional athletes, business executive, author and speaker, Coach Dar is passionate about helping people break through barriers to achieve their goals. Her work continues to reach a global audience.As a therapist, executive advisor and mental edge coach, she blends a knowledge of science, psychology and leadership with her personal passion for life. The result? Individuals, corporate executives and professional athletes and teams aim higher and achieve more. Additionally, Coach Dar is a trailblazer for Phoenix women and was awarded the Most Inspiring Woman from WNBA. It is her unique style and approach during transformational seminars, high impact speaking engagements, and exclusive one-on-one sessions that have helped people say no to the status quo, to raise the bar in their lives, to break free so they can breakthrough, and to reignite their hearts to live a purposeful life.From her experience as a Board-Certified Occupational Therapist, to President of a healthcare company, to Chief Operating Officer of a record label, to Chief Performance Officer at a fast-growing jewelry company, to an advisor to global leaders, CEOs and athletes, Darleen has a proven track record of leading people and inspiring positive changes that impact lives.Coach Dar has been seen on Fox Sports, The Today Show, Good Morning America, SiriusXM Radio and in many publications.Her highly anticipated book, “The Art of Bouncing Back”, will be on bookshelves February 28, 2023.https://www.coachdar.comVisit Us on the Web at - With  Us on LinkedIn - the showNext Steps Share your thoughts with a review - Let's connect on LinkedIn - Subscribe and Watch on YouTube -
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Chris Lane Jones

Great Episode!

Jan 12th
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