Understanding what it means to be a man in today’s world can be challenging and frustrating. Every week join Eric Rogell as he interviews guests who share stories of their personal journey to manhood. Stories of challenges faced and overcome. Stories of the insights, lessons, struggles, and victories they achieved on the way to becoming the men they are. On their journey to becoming a hero. If you're looking to feel inspired, motivated, and moved to do more and BE more, this is the podcast for you.
Pushing the Limits of Physical and Mental Toughness - with Dr. David Minkoff
This November, at 73 years old, Dr. David Minkoff will head to Hawaii to compete in the Ironman—the famed triathlon known for testing physical endurance and mental toughness. It won’t be Minkoff’s first. It will be his 44th. In today’s episode, Dr. Minkoff will tell you why he pushes himself to finish a race men a third of his age don’t dare to enter, and how you can benefit both mentally and physically from challenging yourself no matter how old you are. His story will inspire you to get up, get out, and push yourself past your perceived limits.
Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable - with Jason Van Camp
Jason Van Camp knows the value and power of being uncomfortable. Of deliberately pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Jason pushed himself while at West Point. He pushed himself to earn his US Army Ranger tab and Green Beret. As Detachment Commander for the 10th Special Forces Group he led nearly 300 combat missions. Now, as leader of Mission Six Zero, he trains executives to get comfortable being uncomfortable so they can win at business and at life. And on today’s episode, Jason will give you some of those same strategies you can use to get comfortable getting uncomfortable.
Living Your Life On Purpose - with Ian Lobas
Today’s guest, Ian Lobas, is a successful entrepreneur, a personal performance coach, and the host of the highly popular podcast, Men On Purpose. When Ian and I get together our conversations always revolve around ways to continually push ourselves and be better as men. And a big part of that is finding your purpose and living it every day, without excuses. In this episode Ian and I talk about what it means to truly be on purpose, how to find your purpose, and the impact it can have on your life, and the lives of those around you.
Forging the Mindset of Mr. Olympia - with Nordine Zouareg
Nordine Zouareg is a world champion bodybuilder who has held the titles of Mr. France, Mr. Europe, Mr. World, and Mr. Universe. But as a kid, he was sickly, skinny, and bullied constantly. In today’s episode, Nordine will tell you how he forged the mindset to go from getting thrown out of his first gym because he was so skinny they were afraid he was going to hurt himself, to posing, and winning, on the Mr. Olympia stage.
Murder to Millions: You Can Overcome Any Challenge - with Nelson Tressler
Before he was even born Nelson Tressler’s name was notorious in his hometown. Murder, abuse, public trials, and extreme poverty were all anyone thought of when they heard it. Tressler had the kind of upbringing that would doom most to a life of hardship and crime. But he knew he could have better. He made decisions and set goals that instead took him on a path to success and wealth. He’ll tell you his unbelievable story, and how you can use the same strategies he used to overcome any challenges and win.
From Doctor to Inmate: Life Lessons From Lockup with Scott Becker
Scott Becker was a respected pediatrician. Until he became Inmate 03655159 in a federal prison, serving a 5 ½ sentence. Stripped of his identity and status, and in a dangerous environment he knew nothing about, Becker had to learn the rules of survival quickly. A highly educated man whose intellect had served him for more than 50 years, he now had to step up as a man and earn respect from other inmates. In today’s episode Becker shares the hard-won lessons on manhood, respect, courage, and more that he took from his time behind bars.
Eric the great!!!
Eric is a true real and sturdy MAN! I respect your journey!!!
Great podcast with Jim Daopoulos!
Very timely and needed
Listening to WLKH podcast has provided answers to questions I didn’t even know I had. I have had a yearning for something and could not quite put my finger on it. Once I started hearing the stories and experiences of other men I realized what I was looking for ... positive male role models, community, and realizing I am not alone. Since listening to the podcast and realizing many of the people I admire are just like me, I have taken on bigger goals and am working diligently to succeed! Thank you Eric Rogell for this podcast. Just what I needed.