1 hr 7 min

Heroism in the 21st Century, Timeless Wisdom and Training for the Soul with Brian Johnson Front Row Dads

    • Fitness

I am thrilled to welcome Brian Johnson on the podcast today. Brian is a philosopher, coach, author and the Founder & CEO of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation who’s helped millions of people worldwide, trained over 10,000 Heroic Coaches from 100+ countries, and created a protocol that science says changes lives. 
Today, we’re talking about his newest book, Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential, where he sifted through history, extracted invaluable lessons from history’s most legendary thinkers, and turned them into a life-hack manual for the 21st century.
We’ll also dig into what true heroism for our fellow brothers and Dads looks like in today’s world and how to be role models to our kids. Whether you're struggling with motivation, seeking inner peace, or just trying to figure out how to be a bit happier in this crazy world, Brian's insights are cheat codes for life.

A Wide-Ranging Conversation Through…
Life lessons from Dad Laser Tag weekends! The art of messing up and making up How not to ruin your kids’ lives Heroic Homeschooling 101 Waking up your inner hero - no cape required Mentoring by Jonah Hill’s shrink What a hero does every day Taking a vitamin shot but for bravery No pain, no gain! Small choices add up  Shoutout to the real heroes  New Day Resolutions Turning “wannabes” into solid men Heroism? There’s an app for that Building a community of everyday heroes Get the Full Show Notes
Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/412
More About Front Row Dads
Connect with us @ FrontRowDads.com & Instagram 
Want to hang out with other FRDs in Austin? Watch this 3-min video from our last Front Row Dads Live event. Tickets avail now for December's event. 
Not able to travel? We got you. Join our next online event, built just for kickass dads who know there’s more to learn. FrontRowDads.com/summit 
FRD is solving a huge problem for dads. Our culture has turned “Dad” into a joke. Go ahead, google Dad and you’ll find Dad Bod, Dad Jokes, Dad Weed, etc. Culturally, it’s a Homer Simpson mentality, and it’s BS.  
Our community is built for solid men. Men with range. Those who are badass, and know there’s still more to learn, together.  
Most guys find it hard to find “their crew.” Finding other committed men, who are successful in life, and want to put family first – these guys are rare. Is this you?
In FRD, hundreds of men from all over the world show up for each other, to share resources and raise the bar of fatherhood (our core values)
If you’re reading this, you want to grow.  Podcasts are great, but guys… when you’re ready to stop just listening to content, and want to JOIN the conversations – the FRD brotherhood is ready for you.  
One more thing… 
Has this podcast helped you? If so, please tell us how we’re doing. Please take a minute and leave a review. Seriously, they matter. Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. 
Subscribe to this show on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts  | Spotify

I am thrilled to welcome Brian Johnson on the podcast today. Brian is a philosopher, coach, author and the Founder & CEO of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation who’s helped millions of people worldwide, trained over 10,000 Heroic Coaches from 100+ countries, and created a protocol that science says changes lives. 
Today, we’re talking about his newest book, Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential, where he sifted through history, extracted invaluable lessons from history’s most legendary thinkers, and turned them into a life-hack manual for the 21st century.
We’ll also dig into what true heroism for our fellow brothers and Dads looks like in today’s world and how to be role models to our kids. Whether you're struggling with motivation, seeking inner peace, or just trying to figure out how to be a bit happier in this crazy world, Brian's insights are cheat codes for life.

A Wide-Ranging Conversation Through…
Life lessons from Dad Laser Tag weekends! The art of messing up and making up How not to ruin your kids’ lives Heroic Homeschooling 101 Waking up your inner hero - no cape required Mentoring by Jonah Hill’s shrink What a hero does every day Taking a vitamin shot but for bravery No pain, no gain! Small choices add up  Shoutout to the real heroes  New Day Resolutions Turning “wannabes” into solid men Heroism? There’s an app for that Building a community of everyday heroes Get the Full Show Notes
Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/412
More About Front Row Dads
Connect with us @ FrontRowDads.com & Instagram 
Want to hang out with other FRDs in Austin? Watch this 3-min video from our last Front Row Dads Live event. Tickets avail now for December's event. 
Not able to travel? We got you. Join our next online event, built just for kickass dads who know there’s more to learn. FrontRowDads.com/summit 
FRD is solving a huge problem for dads. Our culture has turned “Dad” into a joke. Go ahead, google Dad and you’ll find Dad Bod, Dad Jokes, Dad Weed, etc. Culturally, it’s a Homer Simpson mentality, and it’s BS.  
Our community is built for solid men. Men with range. Those who are badass, and know there’s still more to learn, together.  
Most guys find it hard to find “their crew.” Finding other committed men, who are successful in life, and want to put family first – these guys are rare. Is this you?
In FRD, hundreds of men from all over the world show up for each other, to share resources and raise the bar of fatherhood (our core values)
If you’re reading this, you want to grow.  Podcasts are great, but guys… when you’re ready to stop just listening to content, and want to JOIN the conversations – the FRD brotherhood is ready for you.  
One more thing… 
Has this podcast helped you? If so, please tell us how we’re doing. Please take a minute and leave a review. Seriously, they matter. Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. 
Subscribe to this show on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts  | Spotify

1 hr 7 min