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Navigating manhood in the 21st century can be confusing and hard. ‘Harden up and be tough’ no longer cuts it, nor does ‘open up and be emotional’. Each week, join Mike, a global men’s coach, as he and his guests hit you with honest and loving straight talk designed to support everyday men getting more from the everyday.

Everyday Legends Mike Campbell

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    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

Navigating manhood in the 21st century can be confusing and hard. ‘Harden up and be tough’ no longer cuts it, nor does ‘open up and be emotional’. Each week, join Mike, a global men’s coach, as he and his guests hit you with honest and loving straight talk designed to support everyday men getting more from the everyday.

    051 - real sex education for men with Alex White

    051 - real sex education for men with Alex White

    There’s something about nature that always brings me back to being centred - to feeling peaceful, or at the very least, brings me back into a clearer conversation with myself.
    It’s as if it’s a reminder of our very humanness - being in the arena we lived in and evolved via for millennia.
    While talking about ‘nature’ can conjure up hugging trees, it can be a very simple, actionable and tangible way to improve one’s life.
    That’s what I found with this week’s guest - Alex White.
     
    Alex is someone I’ve known for a few years through a different lens - that of a sex and intimacy coach for men, but with a shift in his work and geography to retreat space owner and nature-based guide, this conversation covered a few enlightening topics and down to basics strategies for slowing down and getting grounded in one's self.
     
    In this episode: We explore some of the work that Alex is doing and facilitating in his nature retreat, including some of the simple things we men can do now to support our nervous system and create a calmer and better relationship with ourselves and those we relate to. 
    We also take the tangent into sex and go exploring one of the topics I think most of us have varied but generally speaking poor experiences with; sex education.
    Alex takes on a journey of essentially what wasn’t so great that we learnt, where that has taken us as men and individuals and what could be a more effective way of being educated in sex.
     
    I trust you'll find something to learn and help shift some awareness in you, as well as some things to go and action in this episode.
    As always, please share this with those men you think could benefit from it, and do me a solid by adding a review of iTunes - this is a hugely powerful way of getting this in the eyes and ears of more men who need to dig into, get past and take ownership of their shit.
     
    Alex’s Bio: Nature-Based Guide and Retreat Manager
    “I am driven to create spaces of love, love of nature, each other and one’s self.
    My life is directed towards being a nature guide, super dad and creative adventurer. A former digital strategist and art teacher, I hold a variety of skills that combine to offer uniquely intimate experiences. With training in movement, meditation, massage and coaching I enjoy 1:1 and group facilitation focused on somatic awareness and play. My being and the land I care for are cultivated to guide people towards deeper relationships with their own body and its natural state of expansion and creative expression, all with the support of and connection to our natural world.”
    Find Alex: www.alexwhite.com.au https://www.instagram.com/alexwhite.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/AlexWhiteOpen  
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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Moment #9 Shifting your perspective with Josh Reid Jones

    Moment #9 Shifting your perspective with Josh Reid Jones

    • 12 min
    050 - Changing your relationship to money with Selina Gray

    050 - Changing your relationship to money with Selina Gray

    Money - we want it, we like it, it makes the world go round. Right?
    Well, what can be seen as an incredibly simple thing to survive and thrive, money tends to hold some real deep anchors for most of us.
    Personally, I grew up with the idea implanted in my bones that “money doesn't grow on trees” and that having a lot of money is something that happens when you either get famous and ‘succeed’ or become a doctor or lawyer.
    Over time I have had to change my idea around money, the stories I hold about money, and how I actually relate to and with money.
     
    What am I talking about? Well, do you save or spend? Do you value it or vanish it? Do you earn it but never seem to have any of it? Do you place your worth in it and only feel like you are valuable or successful when you’ve earnt a lot of it?
    Do you even allow yourself to enjoy it?
     
    Or is most of your life spent earning more money to create more financial freedom but never seem to feel like there’s ever enough?
     
    On this episode: This week I have brought on one of the best minds I have seen, heard, and worked with (she is my money coach) when it comes to understanding money and our relationship to it: Selina Gray.
     
    In this episode, we dive into one of the big ways in which the money story plays out for men, and that’s in our need to provide and often specifically provide financial security.
    Selina takes us into various examples and avenues of breaking down the old stories money have had in our lives and how to better understand it to create a better relationship with it.
     
    It’s easy to say “I just need more money” but for many people, we get more and we lose or spend more. Selina helps us explore why we do what we do with money and invites a healthier way to let money come to us and detach our sense of self worth from money.
     
    I loved this chat and find the exploration into money to be one of the stickiest conversations for many people, which, by default, means it holds so much power over us. Until we can talk about with ease it, we can’t feel free with it. Selina helps us get closer to that place in this episode.
    Like, subscribe, download, leave a review - help me help more men with this show. Much love.
     
    Selina’s Bio: As a CPA, CA, I was a firm believer in the hustle. For nearly a decade, I worked 100+ hour workweeks as a Controller for two internationally traded public companies managing 30 finance ninjas in 12 countries worldwide.
    My life was centred around praise, power, & managing hundred-million-dollar plus budgets. It all came crashing down one day -  I ended up with a lengthy hospital stay & an auto-immune disease. I was burnt out & it was my wake-up call to find my highest self & ultimately change my relationship with money.
    As a Business & Wealth Mentor, I have helped thousands of entrepreneurs build multi 6/7 figure businesses to liberated richness: more profit, more joy, more freedom. Your Revolution awaits. 
    Selina's things:
    Website: https://selinagray.com/ IG: @selina.gray Selina’s offerings: https://linktr.ee/selina.gray  
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    Get Involved: Subscribe to podcast on Apple Follow on Spotify Sign up for Mike’s LEGENDAILY Emails to help you with a daily shot of loving straight talk direct to your pocket Want to explore DEEP coaching support and guidance with Mike? The Everyday Legends Academy is now open for enrolment applications. Book a call here with Mike to see if it can be the full and remarkable solution for you like it has been for so many men before you.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Moment #8 Giving Purpose to your community with Nick Bradley-Qalilawa

    Moment #8 Giving Purpose to your community with Nick Bradley-Qalilawa

    In this episode, Nick shares some wonderful and inspiring stories of growing up in small-town Queensland and the kind of community that was, to the point that Barry from the local footy club just doing his thing played a monumental part in Nick becoming the man he is today.
    There are wonderful lessons in stories like Barry’s for us men striving for purpose in our lives and how to be impactful and useful members of the community.
    Where to find Nick Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theonlyblackswan/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NNBBQQ Other Ways To Consume this podcast: iTunes Spotify YouTube  Mike's site

    • 10 min
    049 - Creating a brand for men from scratch with Luc Wiesman

    049 - Creating a brand for men from scratch with Luc Wiesman

    Many men dream of leaving their job to start something new, maybe even a business.
    But then we’re faced with the reality of leaving something secure, a solid paycheck and our basic survival needs taken care of.
    These two things can often wrestle with a man’s desire to apply himself to something meaningful, challenging, and inherently his.
    There’s something about building or creating your own thing that speaks to so many men.
    But the risk of leaving behind the safe and secure can be all too overwhelming, to the degree that many men just stick with what’s safe.
    Not today’s guest. Luc Wiesman started a website ‘in his parent’s basement (in the home he was renting off his parents) directed at giving men all the cool shit we often want; watches, travel, fashion, popular culture, cars. You name it, Dmarge became one of the first homes for curated men’s lifestyle content in Australia.
     
    On this episode: Admittedly by Luc, the site was first a way to get invited to cool events, it soon became a realistic avenue for leaving his well paying job and putting all of this creative drive and energy into something entirely his.
    In this chat with Luc we explore some of the specifics of leaving his job and stepping fully into his own gig, and the journey Dmarge has gone on as a brand from cool shit for men to intentionally choosing to be a site of all things for men.
     
    This final piece really chooses to draw a line in the sand and say men need to be able to access content of all sorts including for our mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.
    And so, Dmarge has evolved to really be FOR MEN.
    And, as it turns out, this evolution has somewhat mirrored the evolution Luc himself has gone on.
    In this chat we also explore his own deep dive into himself, finding himself on a retreat with 25 strangers diving into his deepest shit and coming out the other side so much better for it.
     
    This chat brings a range of things from leaving a cushy job to taking on something with more purpose, to facing your shit and learning to have more compassion for our fathers.
     
    I trust there will be something in here for you. Please share it with a man you think could benefit from it - give us a like, subscribe and review, it’s a huge help in getting this in front of more men that it could support.
     
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    • 55 min
    Moment #7 'Dealing with Uncertainty' with Lance Burdett

    Moment #7 'Dealing with Uncertainty' with Lance Burdett

    In this Episode: Lance and Mike start off by exploring some of Lance's histories, having left a secure job in the police at 57 to start his own business consulting on navigating tough situations and building genuine resiliency.
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    • 10 min

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