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Personal Development for Men Podcast by Manlihood.com

Manlihood... it’s a dying art.

Fathers pass it on to sons. And as fathers are less and less involved, young men know less and less about what it means to be a man.
We’re a bit tired of seeing sexist, chauvinist, drunken, frat-boys who have aged out, being representative of our role models.

So in 2013 Josh Hatcher decided to create a place where we can have the discussions that answer the question “What does it mean to be a man?” Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/support

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Personal Development for Men Podcast by Manlihood.com

Manlihood... it’s a dying art.

Fathers pass it on to sons. And as fathers are less and less involved, young men know less and less about what it means to be a man.
We’re a bit tired of seeing sexist, chauvinist, drunken, frat-boys who have aged out, being representative of our role models.

So in 2013 Josh Hatcher decided to create a place where we can have the discussions that answer the question “What does it mean to be a man?” Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/support

    Homeschooling and Parenting: The Next Frontier | Philip Mott

    Homeschooling and Parenting: The Next Frontier | Philip Mott

    In the past few years, for a number of reasons, there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of families choosing to homeschool. Many had no choice but to opt into an “at home” model during the pandemic, and that created a number of situations where parents decided that home was the best place for their children to learn.

    Today’s guest, Philip Mott is an expert, not only in education, but in homeschooling.


    As a student in his early years Philip struggled. He was disengaged and did not take a liking to school in the least. Over the years as a reluctant learner, Philip started understanding more and more about the education system and diving into the reasons why children feel the way he did. This led him to believe that a systemic issue existed in the way we educate and relate to children. This sparked a passion in Philip that drove him to become a teacher himself. His vision is to help kids and parents take an alternative approach to education in order to have the best outcome for both student and parent. Philip is changing the way families look at education timelines and support while working with their kids.

    Philip Mott is a writer, community facilitator and father. Philip holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education. His focus is on empowering students to be self-directed learners and honoring the humanity of our children in all our interactions with them. Philip writes for newspapers, magazines and blogs covering alternative education approaches and homeschooling. He is also in the process of writing his first book. He is the creator and curator of philipmott.com - where he shares articles, essays, and other media about the ways adults and children interact.


    More from Philip Mott

    Philip Mott Website - http://philipmott.com
    Twitter - http://twitter.com/philipmott1
    Instagram - http://instagramcom/philip.mott






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    • 55 min
    The Myth of Masculine and Feminine Energies

    The Myth of Masculine and Feminine Energies

    In this episode, Josh Hatcher talks about the myth of masculine and feminine energies. Men do not have a feminine side. Creativity, nurturing, are not feminine qualities. They are human qualities. And men express them in a masculine way, as women express them in a feminine way.  Culture tries to view gender as fluid. But it is not.  Men are men. Women are women. Understanding that it’s not wrong for a man to be more sensitive and gentle, or for a man to be more tough or aggressive is important.  Sensitivity and gentleness can be very masculine, and can be expressed by a man in a masculine way. We do not need to ascribe these kinds of qualities only to femininity.  
    https://youtu.be/7XZk_1HI-tc

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    Manlihood Purpose , Mission, Vision, and Values  
    Purpose: Because the world needs men to lead in their families and communities, and because so many men have struggled to understand their value, Manlihood exists to help men become better men.  
    Mission: The Manlihood Mission is to Educate, Equip, and Entertain Men in an Engaging Way.    
    Vision: The Manlihood vision is to create resources to educate and equip men, to foster a thriving community of men, where bonds of brotherhood and accountability form. We seek to help men be better fathers, husbands, leaders, friends. We want to build through Manlihood a financially sustainable architecture that can support itself, but also to incubate ideas and opportunities from within the Manlihood community that support our purpose and mission.  
    Values: 1. Men matter.  2. Family matters. 3. Integrity and Honor matter. 4. Personal Responsibility matters. (If it is to be, it’s up to me.) 5. Men thrive and grow in community and brotherhood with each other. 6. Truth is everywhere. Wisdom knows how to pick it out. 7. Men should value and respect women. (People should respect people.) 8. Perseverance, Self-control and Self-discipline are sacred and essential. 9. Words are powerful, and how we use them matters. 10. Leadership is steeped in influence and responsibility. (Everyone is a leader, and everyone should embrace and nurture that role.)


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    • 21 min
    Manlihood Thanksgiving Special

    Manlihood Thanksgiving Special

    Welcome to our Thanksgiving Special!  
    Featuring:  
    Aaron Walker from https://www.viewfromthetop.com/J

    oe Prim from The Prepare Defend Lead Podcast http://PrepareDefendLead.com

    Chef Anthony Sudak  

    Tim Williams from The Thrivehood Podcast https://www.thrivehoodpodcast.com/

    Alundas Havens From the Winner’s Paradigm https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-winners-paradigm/id1596595635

    and featuring Young America Films Presents A Day of Thanksgiving  

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    • 36 min
    How Men Heal From Trauma | Nole Lilley of The Fire You Carry

    How Men Heal From Trauma | Nole Lilley of The Fire You Carry

    Today’s guest is an LA County firefighter who previously served as an Army Ranger, with multiple deployments into Iraq and Afghanistan. You can imagine that he’s “seen some stuff.”

    But Nole Lilly’s personal traumas were even deeper, and he found himself in a dark place…



    Nole currently lives in the mountains of Southern California, with his wife Heather and their 3 children. Nole and Heather have been married for 18 years. He has worked as a fireman with L.A. County Fire for the past 12 years. Prior to that, he served as a United States Army Ranger, deploying multiple times into Iraq and Afghanistan. Nole and Heather have experienced the death of two of their sons and their journey through that loss has shaped much of the people they have become today. Nole has also dealt with post-traumatic stress related to the loss of his sons and his time serving as a Ranger. As a fireman, Nole has continued to live and work in a world where exposure to trauma can be a very regular occurrence. From this experience, Nole felt called to start a podcast where he could share his experiences with others who are working through difficult times in life and also share the struggles and triumphs of other men that he admires.

    Mighty Oaks Ministry: https://www.mightyoaksprograms.org/

    More From Nole Lilly
    The Fire You Carry Podcast https://thefireyoucarry.com/

    The Fire You Carry on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thefireyoucarry/?hl=en

    The Fire You Carry on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/The-Fire-You-Carry-100924731771701/


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    • 51 min
    CORE OPS | Finding Your Purpose, Mission, Vision, and Values

    CORE OPS | Finding Your Purpose, Mission, Vision, and Values

    A military body has a set of “Core Ops” or “Core Operations” which often includes its mission statement and values, and similar statements.

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    https://www.amazon.com/CORE-OPS-Tactical-Field-Command/dp/1657838218/ref=sr_1_1

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    Your Purpose is Why.
    Your purpose is really simple. It’s WHY you exist. WHY are you here?

    Purpose doesn’t change

    It was there before you were born, and it sticks with you for your whole life. Many people get focused on their purpose as a specific thing. Then, when something goes wrong, their identity and purpose are questioned in a moment of crisis.

    Developing a personal mission statement
    Putting your mission into words is a powerful act. It sets your intention. In conjunction with your purpose and your vision, it’s the equivalent of getting in the car and plugging in GPS Coordinates. How powerful would your life by if you had that kind of clarity in your destination?


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    • 31 min
    Doing the Heart Work | Nick Matiash | The Evolved Man

    Doing the Heart Work | Nick Matiash | The Evolved Man

    Helping men level up in their careers and their roles at home.
    Nick Matiash is a husband, father, author, and leader of the Evolved Man; an initiative committed to helping men pair hard work with heart work in life and relationships.

    Nick’s mission is to awaken men to be the most authentic version of themselves, and to truly understand the power of their emotions, healing and harnessing them, rather than stuffing them or being ruled by them.

    Most men live lives of mediocrity. This is a call to something more.
    Nick believes that as men can work through the barriers that they have set up in their hearts and minds, they’ll be better husbands, fathers, leaders, and be able to be better in their careers too.

    We’re often held back by our deepest insecurities, and those insecurities often come from a very real place that we may have to fight to reclaim.

    Nick also talks about the role of a husband and father as a leader, as a lover, and how to do that, we have to make the time in our life to take better care of our own mental and emotional health.

    Men don’t like to think about their mental health or their emotions.
    But it’s incredibly important for us to be able to lead from a position of strength and wholeness, not a position of brokenness and trauma and burnout.

    Nick Matiash Coaching Website: https://www.nickmatiashcoaching.com/
    Follow Nick Matiash on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nickmatiashMPM/

    Follow Nick Matiash on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nickmatiash/

    Moving Past Mediocre: Unlocking Your Mind to Create the Life You’ve Always Imagined : by Nick Matiash: https://www.amazon.com/Moving-Past-Mediocre-Unlocking-Imagined/dp/1733024611


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Customer Reviews

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73 Ratings

Mxsandy12 ,

Lots of wisdom!

Unique and enlightened perspectives!

Alundas H ,

Amazing Content!

Thank you for being relatable while showing empathy on how we as many can use are skills to our advantage. You definitely are making a difference in the world brother, keep helping Men grow!

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Cool to see another cool podcast come out of Bradford! You should have Curious Jones on your show!

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