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The Peak Of Manhood | Relating to women is serious business...but it's also hilarious. For over nine consecutive years, The Mountain Top Podcast (formerly The Chick Whisperer Podcast) from X & Y Communications has been the gold standard for men's podcasts. Scot McKay and his expert co-hosts talk women, dating, sex, seduction and 21st century masculinity in a fast-paced and highly entertaining style. Visit http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com and get free, actionable tips in your inbox that'll make you better with women starting today. | Subscribe to the show to get updates automatically, and if you love the show definitely rate us (takes one second) and leave a review!

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The Peak Of Manhood | Relating to women is serious business...but it's also hilarious. For over nine consecutive years, The Mountain Top Podcast (formerly The Chick Whisperer Podcast) from X & Y Communications has been the gold standard for men's podcasts. Scot McKay and his expert co-hosts talk women, dating, sex, seduction and 21st century masculinity in a fast-paced and highly entertaining style. Visit http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com and get free, actionable tips in your inbox that'll make you better with women starting today. | Subscribe to the show to get updates automatically, and if you love the show definitely rate us (takes one second) and leave a review!

    Turn Women On With Your Masculine Voice - MTP251

    Turn Women On With Your Masculine Voice - MTP251

    Obviously, your voice matters on many levels. Your opinion, your beliefs, being assertive, and the like. But what about your real, literal, actual speaking voice? Well my guest is not only a bona fide voice coach, she has the real-world street cred to back it up. As fortune would have it, she was basically the real-life Anna from 'The King And I', having been hired by the King of Thailand to teach his son, the prince. Despite her many adventures, rest assured that Kelly is not only down-to-earth, she indeed 'talks the talk' with a mellifluous voice in her own right. In this episode, you'll not only discover why even the subtle nuances of your voice are so important, but also how and why it'll make or break how attractive you are to women. For starters, what are the building blocks of your speaking voice? Why is it that most of do not like the sound of our own voice? What does our voice subcommunicate about who we are? How does our voice fluctuate based on a variety of societal and environmental conditions? What are some examples of chronically unattractive voice types, and how do we make sure they do NOT affect us? Is it okay to have a unique, or even quirky voice? Why does tuning our voice matter especially much to English speakers? And once and for all, what is it about a man's voice that turns women on sexually at the most primal level...and why? How does improving our masculine voice help us in other areas of life? What if we have an accent...should we change it, or capitalize upon it? And of course, what do you do if you sense you need to work on your voice? Download all the free goodies and get on my calendar to talk to me personally FREE for 25 minutes at http://mountaintoppodcast.com

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    Why Is Society Lying To You About Women, Sex And Relationships? - MTP250

    Why Is Society Lying To You About Women, Sex And Relationships? - MTP250

    My guest Scott Yenor is a professor of political science at Boise State University and a Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute. The main focus of his work is on the family in political thought. I first found out about him when he was on the Tucker Carlson show, of all places, where he discussed the fascinating social dynamic of how we as men tend to avoid marriage and fatherhood in our younger years, only to wish we had a wife and kids in our later years. Above and beyond that, this episode is a deep dive into societal agendas imposed upon men, women, sex and relationships. In his book, 'The Recovery of Family Life: Exposing the Limits of Modern Ideologies', Yenor exposes the three main pressures on men, women and family life in the post-modern world. Regardless of which party you tend to vote for, I invite you to tune in for this all-important discussion of how powerful social movements absolutely influence our dating, relating and sexual patterns in western culture. Not only do we get to the bottom of why we as men in particular are scared to death to become husbands, let alone fathers, you won't believe how many different outside influences have been working against male/female relations and the family unit as we know it. I also issue a special invitation to any man out there who has become jaded against women and negative or bitter toward them. Listen closely, because your conclusions have probably been influenced--or as Scott would say, 'unbuckled'--in more subtle ways than you've ever considered. And wait until you discover what Scott calls 'the problem with no name'. Subscribe to the free newsletter, get the free special reports and more when you visit https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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    Be Assertive Without Being A Jerk - MTP249

    Be Assertive Without Being A Jerk - MTP249

    Dr. Marcia Reynolds is someone I should have met years ago. After all, she's one of the OGs in the coaching profession at large, the former president of the very International Coaching Federation itself, and current CEO of the major coaching firm Covisioning. As it turns out, based on her writings, she is the quintessentially perfect guest to address the long-overdue topic of how to be assertive. First of all, what does it even mean to be 'assertive'? Why is it so important in life to be so? Yet at the same time, how come most everybody deeply fears ever having to assert their opinion, let alone their will? Truly, some guys have a hard time being assertive even with the woman in their lives...often wondering silently what she's thinking, yet never actually asking her. Could it be that most of us as men are so afraid of looking like a jerk that we fail to show some chutzpah even when it's absolutely necessary? This is but one of many examples of how lack of assertiveness costs us dearly. We lose out on opportunities to build and strengthen relationships, to gain respect, and even to further our personal influence. What's arguably worse, by not being assertive we're less attractive and less impressive overall, even as we may suppose in the moment we're protecting ourselves from social confrontation or some other form of negative energy. Ultimately, is this all about short-term fear versus forward-thinking courage? All of this and more in this unique and thought provoking episode. Get in on all the free goodies I have in store for you when you visit https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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    • 41 min
    'Stand By Your Man', She Says - MTP248

    'Stand By Your Man', She Says - MTP248

    In 1968, Tammy Wynette released probably her most famous single, which caused immediate outrage from the Women's Movement. But Wynette countered by saying 'stand by your man' simply meant accepting one's husband despite his faults. But still, by today's standards the song might evoke even more vitriolic outrage. Yet, a recent Facebook post brought up how men are always taught how to treat a woman, but teaching women how to treat a man would be anachronistic at best, sexist or even patriarchal oppression at worst. So what's up with that? Are women just teaching their daughters how to stay away from men? Do the so-called 'red pill' guys and #MGTOW have a point when they decry the double standard? Well, Emily and I throw all of this on the table, along with the sandwich she just made me (kidding). But there's a lot to talk about here. I mean, obviously both women AND men should stand by each other in a relationship, right? But not everyone deserves what they want here. When does loyalty turn into being a doormat? And what happens when men don't WANT to be 'treated', and just want to be left alone to do stuff themselves? Can't people in relationships just do right by each other, and like it? I mean, if we don't stand together we'll inevitably grow apart...right? Check out all the free goodies and get on my calendar to talk for 25-minutes at https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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    • 32 min
    When Good Men Wrestle With Their Dark Side - MTP247

    When Good Men Wrestle With Their Dark Side - MTP247

    With me today are the two real-life DEA agents whose work is chronicled in the hit Netflix series Narcos. Steve Murphy and Javier Pena were both assigned by the DEA to work in Medellin, Colombia with the task of taking down Pablo Escobar. They were directly responsible in large part for the ultimate success of that operation. While there, both of these guys did their jobs with the spectre of six-figure bounties on their respective heads. Needless to say, this is one of the most badass accomplishments by any men within the last forty years, for sure. But these days, both Steve and Javier are retired after 38 years of service each, and you won't believe how down-to-earth and easy-going they are. It's like I've always observed, when real men accomplish great things they typically don't act as if they have anything to prove...because they don't. Experiencing how these guys carry themselves and hearing their insane stories is reason enough to tune in to this amazing episode, but the pure gold is mined when the topic du jour is covered in earnest. I brought up a direct quote from the Narcos series: 'Sometimes you gotta do bad things to catch bad people.' I was both amazed and thrilled to find that neither of my guests had ever been asked about that, so you're in for a world exclusive from the quintessential experts on the subject. What do men of character do when good seems to be the enemy of best? How does a man embrace his dark side when there's really no other choice? You'll love the discussion. Get free gifts, join the Facebook group, talk to me directly for 25-minutes free and more when you visit https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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    • 52 min
    The Truth About How Attraction Works - MTP246

    The Truth About How Attraction Works - MTP246

    David DeAngelo famously said, 'Attraction isn't a choice.' But what then IS it? The first notion that comes to mind is that it has to do with looking good. 'Attractive' is synonymous with 'beautiful' or perhaps 'sexy' for many people. But the true connotation of the word is more, well...magnetic, isn't it? In this episode my co-host Kimberly Holmes and I delve into the intricacies of attraction. As you may have already guessed, there are many facets to it, most of which go way beyond the surface of it all. Indeed, if you want to achieve true connection with a significant someone, it's all about depth rather than superficiality. So what then are those deeper aspects of attraction? How do we recognize them...and explore them? How do we get past swiping on pictures and vapid profile narratives to recognize true potential for real attraction? How do we cultivate it once we find it? And for sure, how can we ourselves be as attractive all-around as we can possibly be? It's a huge, important topic that ironically isn't often discussed with the amount of depth it truly deserves. But this sometimes scientific but always fun and decidedly rambunctious episode changes that once and for all. And by all means, if you're finally ready to enjoy the great benefits of mutual attraction in your life, talk to me free for 25 minutes about how to achieve that with the right woman. Sign up at https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Rebound 1O1 ,

A great podcast for aspiring gents

After seeing the ratings, I took a chance and I’m very glad I did.

Scott offers great conversations about dating and masculine coaching which I find valuable and relevant in this era of confused men looking for guidance on how to be a better man.

I’d also like to compliment Scott’s interviewing skills, which allows the guest to fully flesh out their side comfortably regardless of their controversial stance. This is excellent for me as a listener, as I feel I can make better informed decisions about these stances as well as understand the values of others I may not necessarily agree with.

A very enjoyable podcast, definitely worth a listen for any aspiring gent looking to improve their masculinity.

Daz68SS350 ,

Enjoying the podcast and ideas presented

I'm listening to the podcasts in my travels and enjoying the content, I've since started to implement ideas and techniqes into my day to day life. Married for 20yrs but I have always enjoyed talking to women, a lot of the ideas presented stand true, not just in talking with women but in business and leadership. Keep up the good work Scot & Emily.
Darren. Sydney Australia

Jane Hakanson ,

Dehumanising

Your disturbing method of dehumanising others into parts of a capitalist market made me vomit in my mouth. The fact that women appear on this podcast only shows how awful the world is. You call a society’s reaction to decades of sexual assault by powerful men “hysteria”, but you need to educate yourself on the history of that word. You are a pathetic and immature person, and have a lot to learn about how to respect others.

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