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Hey Jason‪!‬ The Lives Of Men

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 32 Ratings

A conversation with men, for men, about men. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyjason/support

    The Intersection of Masculinity, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion w/ Reggie Butler

    The Intersection of Masculinity, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion w/ Reggie Butler

    On this episode of Hey Jason! I Sit down with Reggie Butler, CEO and Founder of Performance Paradigm, a capital consultancy whose mission is to improve organizational culture and workforce engagement.

    Reggie is a leader in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion space and works with some of the leading Fortune 100 companies to develop inclusive cultures. 

    Check out our wide-ranging interview on this episode of Hey Jason! The Podcast. 




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    • 20 min
    Self-care in the Time of Coronavirus

    Self-care in the Time of Coronavirus

    In this episode, Jason talks about ways to cope with social-distancing and strategies for life after the pandemic. 


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    • 16 min
    Movember Part 3. Karl Ferguson Jr.

    Movember Part 3. Karl Ferguson Jr.

    In this episode, commercial photographer Karl Ferguson Jr. (Rolling Stone, Essence, Vibe...) opens up about his journey in mental health, unlocking emotional intelligence, and learning how to evaluate his relationships with family and romance in therapy. Jason and Karl also talk about shared experiences with colleagues and clients regarding the benefits of therapy. Karl also expounds his philosophy of embracing community, specifically young men of color and praises the work of client and friend Colin Kaepernick’s “Know Your Rights” Campaign.


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    • 29 min
    Movember Part 2. "Be Exceptional" . Robert L Palmer

    Movember Part 2. "Be Exceptional" . Robert L Palmer

    In this episode 'Be Exceptional"  fitness founder Robert L Palmer talks about the influence his mother has on his manhood and masculine discovery, self development, committing to a relationship with children, and how he and his fiancé challenge, affirm and empower each other.


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    • 31 min
    Hey Jason Movember Part 1. with Joel Leon

    Hey Jason Movember Part 1. with Joel Leon

    Joel Leon is a Writer, Author, & Performer. Joel's work has been featured in the Colombia Journal, CNN money and the Boston globe to name a few.

    In this episode Joel discusses his development of masculine identity by studying older peers, the concept of love in society and how it sparks every progressive movement, being an example to young men, and his emotional intellectual growth through fatherhood.

    All month we are celebrating and promoting mens health awareness.


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    • 38 min
    Alfred Edmond Jr. "Black Men Xcel"

    Alfred Edmond Jr. "Black Men Xcel"

    In this episode. Alfred discusses ascending the editorial ranks of his career, pivotal moments at Black Enterprise and his love hate relationship with GQ. He also talks the "Black Men Xcel" awards, and the unique mission of celebrating the perpetual yet unsung advancement of black culture at large and black men specifically.  


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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

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Haydee Rosario

This is 🔥🔥🔥🔥👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾

rc.carter1979 ,

Finally

Whether it’s only a hook up or real relationship people really do get hurt. Loved the fact that we all should be aware of how much damage we can cause someone else.

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Common Sense sells

Hey Jason, the first episode I was introduced to was “Break we up to make me up”. It was short (which isn’t a bad thing) and I didn’t really get what you were trying to say. It seemed like the whole episode was generally “hurt people, hurt people” and I think you could’ve gone deeper than that. A lot of repetition throughout the episode. It took 4 minutes to say the first step which was general information and then 2 minutes before the episode ended, we get step 2. I’ll give another episode a listen so another perspective.

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