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What does it mean to be a man, and human, in the world today? This Webby-nominated audio & video podcast explores what it means to be a man today and how rigid gender roles have affected all people. The show creates a safe environment for a range of perspectives to meet and stay at the table, exploring how the messages of masculinity show up in relationships, body image, privilege, fatherhood, sex, success, mental health and so much more. Instead of polarizing and demonizing men and masculinity, it invites all humans to participate and thrive in the world.
The weekly series is hosted by filmmaker, actor & author Justin Baldoni, author & journalist Liz Plank, and President of Wayfarer Studios & award winning music producer Jamey Heath. It’s currently in Season 2 and is in the top 1% of most followed and shared podcasts on Spotify, beloved by men, women and people of all genders. 
If you’re interested in learning in real time, deepening your understanding of yourself and others, and being reminded that you are enough, this is the podcast for you.
More info at https://manenough.com/podcast

The Man Enough Podcast Wayfarer Studios LLC

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 874 Ratings

What does it mean to be a man, and human, in the world today? This Webby-nominated audio & video podcast explores what it means to be a man today and how rigid gender roles have affected all people. The show creates a safe environment for a range of perspectives to meet and stay at the table, exploring how the messages of masculinity show up in relationships, body image, privilege, fatherhood, sex, success, mental health and so much more. Instead of polarizing and demonizing men and masculinity, it invites all humans to participate and thrive in the world.
The weekly series is hosted by filmmaker, actor & author Justin Baldoni, author & journalist Liz Plank, and President of Wayfarer Studios & award winning music producer Jamey Heath. It’s currently in Season 2 and is in the top 1% of most followed and shared podcasts on Spotify, beloved by men, women and people of all genders. 
If you’re interested in learning in real time, deepening your understanding of yourself and others, and being reminded that you are enough, this is the podcast for you.
More info at https://manenough.com/podcast

    Beyond Disability: Actor Jordan Walker Ross on Navigating Career, Dating and Success with a 'Limp'

    Beyond Disability: Actor Jordan Walker Ross on Navigating Career, Dating and Success with a 'Limp'

    Immerse yourself in the powerful life story of disabled actor and cerebral palsy activist Jordan Walker Ross. From confronting a childhood besieged by bullying (14:18) and navigating the rocky terrains of medical uncertainty and depression (17:30), to carving out a successful career in acting (04:47), Jordan's narrative is an insightful deep-dive into his relentless journey towards self-acceptance and empowerment in the face of adversity, demonstrating the resilience of the human spirit. Jordan shares his thoughts on dating with a disability (24:04), when it’s ok to use the word “disability” (21:30) and distinguishing between ignorance and curiosity (31:38) provides a rich perspective that can help break down societal prejudices.
    Listen in to learn how Jordan defied societal expectations, learned to embrace his "limp," and became an advocate for representation, vulnerability and change.
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    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    Timecodes: 
    03:20 When is the last time that Jordan didn't feel enough
    04:47 The impact of Jordan's role on The Chosen and representation in film
    09:40 Getting comfortable with your insecurities
    13:15 How disability challenges masculinity 
    14:18 Jordan's struggles with bullying as a young boy 
    17:30 How disability affects relationships and vulnerability
    21:30 How to respectfully refer to someone with differing abilities
    24:04 Dating as a disabled man
    31:38 Disability, religion, and the potential harms of praying for "healing"
    35:45 How to discern between curiosity and ignorance
    42:47 What does it mean to be man enough?

    About Jordan Walker Ross
    Jordan is an actor (THE CHOSEN), screenwriter and host of the podcast “What’s Your Limp?” Jordan has Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis and by the age of 7, he had already undergone half a dozen major surgeries, including a full spinal fusion, and had several near death experiences. He discovered his love for acting at the age of 6 and spent the vast majority of his career being told no and having casting directors, agents, directors, etc. telling him to “lose the limp”. However, it was that very limp - the things Jordan was most insecure about - that led him to his most fulfilling and successful role yet - playing Little James on The Chosen. Now, Jordan is determined to use his platform as an actor and his podcast, What’s Your Limp?, to help others learn to love their own “limps” and to use them to their advantage, rather than perceiving them as flaws or weaknesses.

    Guest Social Links: 
    Jordan Ross
    Instagram: @thejordanross
    Twitter: @TheJordanRoss

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    Christopher Rivas:
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    https://podcasts.apple.com › podcast › brown-enough

     #boys #men #masculinity #disability #disabilityawareness #mentalhealth #depression #cerebralpalsy #bullying #acting #thechosen #faith #dating #religion

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    • 51 min
    The Blueprint to Joy: Finding Peace, Purpose, and Self-Transformation with Prince EA

    The Blueprint to Joy: Finding Peace, Purpose, and Self-Transformation with Prince EA

    Content creator and motivational speaker Prince EA joins for a deeply introspective conversation about self-transformation, peace, and purpose (16:39). He discusses his personal struggles with masculinity (14:40), offers profound insights on finding inner peace and stillness in a distracting world (21:26), and discusses the power of meditation as a catalyst for action (32:20). Learn Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) tips (38:53) and how to navigate the complexities of friendships while safeguarding your own peace.
    Join Prince EA, Jamey, Liz and guest host Christopher Rivas on an empowering journey of self-discovery and transformation.

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    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    Timecodes: 
    06:15 Welcome Prince EA
    08:41 We are born enough
    12:30 Seeking and finding joy within ourselves
    14:40 Masculinity is a transformable energy
    16:39 Shifting our symbols of success 
    21:26 Meditation and being alone with yourself.
    25:05 Breaking free of a culture of brokenness/women stepping into their power
    32:20 Meditation is only the first step, action must come next
    38:53 Cognitive behavioral therapy tips & tricks
    43:10 Planning/Preparing for your future self
    48:20 Being man enough is recognizing that you are enough right now

    Quotes:
    "True strength is gentleness." - Prince EA
    "I hope everybody could become rich, famous and successful so that they would know it won't make them happy." - Prince EA
    "True meditation is really understanding that you are this timeless, this eternal, this ephemeral, this ineffable energy that is within all beings." - Prince EA
    "Our society is based off profiting on people's brokenness. It's why we buy things we don''t need to impress people we don't like." - Prince EA

    About Prince EA
    Prince EA, is an American rapper, spoken word artist, and internet personality known for his conscious hip-hop music and motivational videos. Prince EA gained popularity on YouTube for his videos that tackle social and political issues and promote positive messages about self-improvement, environmentalism, and human rights.

    Guest Social Links: 
    Prince EA
    Youtube: Prince EA
    Instagram:@prince_ea
    Twitter:@PrinceEa

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    Jamey Heath 
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    Christopher Rivas:
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    https://twitter.com/chris__rivas
    https://podcasts.apple.com › podcast › brown-enough

    #boys #men #masculinity #motivation #mentalhealth #wellness #meditation #cbt #humanbehavior #feminism #society #joy #princeea

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    • 54 min
    Bromance 101: Navigating Friendship in the Internet Age With Matt Ritter and Aaron Karo

    Bromance 101: Navigating Friendship in the Internet Age With Matt Ritter and Aaron Karo

    Comedians and “friendship experts'' Matt Ritter and Aaron Karo bring an insightful and hilarious conversation, tackling the modern crisis of male friendship. Learn the secret to their 30-year bond and discover tips to forge strong connections (19:52), embrace vulnerability (26:00), handle friend breakups (56:05), and diversify your circle (43:36). With less than 12% of men reporting having a close friend, there’s a huge need to get better at building and sustaining meaningful connections Join us for this candid and humorous conversation on the importance of male friendship and the power of positive relationships.
    Sign up for the Man Enough newsletter to get full video episodes and positive masculinity news every Monday: http://manenough.com/newsletter
    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    Timecodes: 
    00:00 - If men aren't comfortable saying "I Love You", just say "Thank You."
    07:30 - When was the last time Matt & Aaron didn't feel enough?
    11:15 - How to challenge your friends without trying to change them
    19:52 - Making new friends as a man
    26:00 - Check in on your friends
    36:25 - Is it ever okay to flirt in the gym?
    43:36 - The significance of a diverse friend group
    53:18 - Finding common interests with new friends 
    56:05 - Friendship breakups and ghosting friends
    01:05:34 - Why Matt & Aaron love each other
    01:11:55 - What does it mean to be man enough?

    About Aaron Karo & Matt Ritter 
    After three decades of friendship comedians Matt Ritter and Aaron Karo are friendship experts. Each year they award a gigantic Man of the Year trophy to one of their childhood friends – a tradition that has kept their crew going strong for 35 years. Matt and Aaron have an everyman approach to friendship and holding your male friends close and strengthening those relationships while encouraging them to be better humans. 

    Support Man of the Year Podcast
    On their podcast, Man of the Year, comedians and friendship experts Matt Ritter and Aaron Karo will help you make new friends, reconnect with old ones, and build lifelong social fitness. The country is currently facing a friendship recession – 15% of men report having zero close friends – and they’re on a mission to change that with tips, hacks, and decades of hilarious stories.

    Guest Social Links: 
    Matt Ritter
    IG: @mattritter1
    Twitter:@mattritter1
    Aaron Karo
    IG: @aaronkaro
    Twitter: @Aaronkaro

    Special Thanks
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    Support Man Enough
    Man Enough Newsletter: https://manenough.com/newsletter
    Man Enough book: https://manenough.com/books
    Boys Will Be Human book: https://boyswillbehuman.com 

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    Liz Plank
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    http://www.elizabethplank.com/

    Jamey Heath 
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    https://tiktok.com/@jameyheath
    https://twitter.com/jamey_heath_
    https://facebook.com/jameyjaz
    http://www.jameyheath.com/

    Christopher Rivas:
    https://www.instagram.com/christopher__rivas
    https://twitter.com/chris__rivas
    https://podcasts.apple.com › podcast › brown-enough

    #boys #men #masculinity #friends #bromance #relationships #manoftheyear #bff #genz #internet #irl

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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Beyond the Echo Chamber: Cultivating Inclusive, Resilient, and Transformative Safe Spaces

    Beyond the Echo Chamber: Cultivating Inclusive, Resilient, and Transformative Safe Spaces

    Explore the ins and outs of safe spaces with Jamey, Liz, and guest host Christopher Rivas. They discuss striking the right balance between creating communities that provide a sense of belonging, while fostering growth and resilience (2:30). How do we value diverse voices and avoid the pitfalls of echo chambers that stifle progress (00:00)? By looking at the impact of online algorithms (34:13) and the need for accountability (43:30), we encourage listeners to take an active role in building (39:52) and participating in empowering communities that foster growth and positive change.New episodes every Monday 🎙️ Special video clips each week on https://youtube.com/WeAreManEnough 
    Sign up for the Man Enough newsletter to get full video episodes and positive masculinity news every Monday: http://manenough.com/newsletter
    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    Timecodes: 
    00:00 - Safe spaces shouldn’t be echo chambers 
    02:30 - Chris knows the beauty of surrounding yourself in a culture based community 
    07:36 - How do we learn to tolerate people who do not agree with us?
    11:46 - Individual communities need their own spaces to gather
    16:19 - How to create positive safe spaces for men 
    24:11 - Conflict is best met with curiosity, not judgment 
    28:50 - The power of the witness
    34:13 - Your online algorithm may make you more unsafe
    39:52 - Safe spaces are best IRL
    43:30 - There are no victims, only volunteers 
    49:45 - Chris’s favorite poem and the importance of giving more than you take 

    Guest Host: Christopher Rivas
    Christopher Rivas is an actor, author, podcaster, and storyteller. He is the host of two podcast series with SiriusXM's Stitcher: Brown Enough, and Rubirosa. On screen, Rivas is known for his work on the Fox series, Call Me Kat. He has recently released his first book Brown Enough, which explores what it means to be Brown in America.

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    Thank you LMNT for supporting our show!
    Head to https://drinklmnt.com/manenough to get a free LMNT sample pack with any purchase.

    Support Man Enough
    Man Enough Newsletter: https://manenough.com/newsletter
    Man Enough book: https://manenough.com/books
    Boys Will Be Human book: https://boyswillbehuman.com 

    Follow The Hosts
    Liz Plank
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    https://tiktok.com/@lizplank
    https://facebook.com/feministabulous
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    http://www.elizabethplank.com/

    Jamey Heath 
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    https://tiktok.com/@jameyheath
    https://twitter.com/jamey_heath_
    https://facebook.com/jameyjaz
    http://www.jameyheath.com/

    Christopher Rivas:
    https://www.instagram.com/christopher__rivas
    https://twitter.com/chris__rivas
    https://podcasts.apple.com › podcast › brown-enough

    #boys #men #masculinity #echochambers #safespaces #redpill #community #friends  

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    • 55 min
    Brown Enough Presents: Rubirosa by Christopher Rivas

    Brown Enough Presents: Rubirosa by Christopher Rivas

    Episode Description:
    Man Enough is proud to introduce Rubirosa, a podcast by Brown Enough host and Man Enough guest host, Christopher Rivas, in partnership with Stitcher. 
    Rubirosa is a documentary podcast produced by Stitcher and hosted by Christopher Rivas (Call Me Kat) in which Rivas explores the life of Porfirio Rubirosa, the man who inspired the character of James Bond. Besides being a Dominican diplomat, Porfirio was an international polo champion, a race-car driver, and a pilot. He was a renowned casanova, who was married five times to women including Barbara Hutton and Doris Duke. He spoke five languages and twice became the wealthiest man in the world.
    Rivas, a Dominican-American actor, author, and storyteller, not only offers a portrait of Porfirio’s life but also investigates the whitewashing of Hollywood and considers how his childhood may have been different had more of his favorite movie heroes looked like him. The character and life of Rubirosa reveal so much about the dichotomy of masculinity across cultures and generations while Christopher Rivas and expert guests work to unravel the mysteries of a man that was so infatuating to the men and women of his time. We’re sure you’ll enjoy this episode as much as we did!
     
    New episodes every Monday 🎙️ Special video clips each week on https://youtube.com/WeAreManEnough 
    Sign up for the Man Enough newsletter to get full video episodes and positive masculinity news every Monday: http://manenough.com/newsletter
    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    About Christopher Rivas: 
    Christopher Rivas is an actor, author, podcaster, and storyteller. He is the host of two podcast series with SiriusXM's Stitcher: Brown Enough, which explores the parallel themes of this book through interview-style episodes; and Rubirosa, a 10-episode documentary-style investigation of Porfirio Rubirosa. On screen, Rivas is known for his work on the Fox series, Call Me Kat, opposite Mayim Bialik, Leslie Jordan, Kyla Pratt and Cheyenne Jackson. He has recently released his first book Brown Enough, which explores what it means to be Brown in America. The book is part memoir and part social commentary, a roller coaster of finding one's true self while simultaneously having a racial awakening. 

    Christopher Rivas Links: 
    Instagram @christopher__rivas
    Twitter: @chris__rivas
    Read Brown Enough :: Brown Enough | Book by Christopher Rivas - Simon & Schuster

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    Man Enough book: https://manenough.com/books
    Boys Will Be Human book: https://boyswillbehuman.com 

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    Justin Baldoni

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    Liz Plank

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    https://tiktok.com/@lizplank

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    https://twitter.com/feministabulous

    http://www.elizabethplank.com/


    Jamey Heath 

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    https://tiktok.com/@jameyheath

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    https://facebook.com/jameyjaz

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    PRODUCED BY: 
    Wayfarer Studios: https://www.wayfarerstudios.com
    P&G Studios
    Executive Producers: Justin Baldoni, Jamey Heath, Tarah Malhotra-Feinberg, Marc Pritchard, Anna Saalfeld, Chris Corcoran
    Producer: Kayla Nicholson

    #boys #men #masculinity #rubirosa #dominican #jamesbond #adultery #brownenough 

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    • 36 min
    A Call To Action For Men: Abortion and the Fight for Women's Rights with Giacomo Gianniotti

    A Call To Action For Men: Abortion and the Fight for Women's Rights with Giacomo Gianniotti

    An incredibly important conversation about abortion, women’s freedom and how men can support.
    Nominated for a Best Podcast Episode Webby - vote here: https://vote.webbyawards.com/PublicVoting#/2023/podcasts/features/best-individual-episode
    In this powerful episode, Grey's Anatomy's Giacomo Gianniotti reveals his personal journey with his wife, Nichole, through the heartbreak of losing their unborn child (2:25). Emphasizing the critical need for open discussions on abortion and women's bodily autonomy (10:58), Giacomo shares intimate insights into his family's experience with miscarriages and the vital medical intervention Nichole required. He urges male listeners to actively champion women's rights and equality (21:50).
    Timecodes: 
    0:00  Giacomo’s family’s miscarriage while trying to become parents
    7:03 The traumas and grief of medical abortion
    10:58 Men supporting bodily autonomy
    18:25 Abortion isn’t a bad word
    21:50 Dispelling the myth of abortion as birth control
    33:25: A call for unity in woman’s rights
    39:02: Men need a space to grieve too

    You can help us bring home Webbys People's Voice awards! Vote:
    Giacomo Gianniotti, Best Individual Episode, Podcasts: https://vote.webbyawards.com/PublicVoting#/2023/podcasts/features/best-individual-episode
    Zachary Levi, Best Individual Episode, Health & Wellness: https://vote.webbyawards.com/PublicVoting#/2023/podcasts/individual-episodes/health-wellness

    New episodes every Monday 🎙️ Special video clips each week on https://youtube.com/WeAreManEnough 
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    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.

    About Giacomo Gianniotti: 
    Giacomo Gianniotti is an actor, writer, director, and philanthropist most known for his role as Dr. Andrew Deluca on Grey's Anatomy. His film credits include LUCA, the Jesse Owens biopic RACE, and ACQUAINTED, which he also co-produced. Gianniotti is currently the lead Global Brand Ambassador for Nobis.

    Quotes:
    "Men need to speak up." - Giacomo Gianniotti 
    "Even though my suffering can't be compared to my wife's suffering, I still suffered." - Giacomo Gianniotti 
    “We are organizing ourselves by what we are against instead of what we are for.” - Justin Baldoni
    “If men could have abortions there’d be one at every gas station..Men need to hear more men that have been a part of abortions] speak up.” - Justin Baldoni
    “This is not radical. We don’t want more rights, we just want the same rights that were gained 50/60 years ago when women couldn’t own a credit card...” - Liz Plank
    “I don’t believe that we [society] take care of men who go through what you just went through.” - Justin Baldoni

    Giacomo's Social Links: 
    IG: instagram.com/giacomo_gianniotti
    Twitter: twitter.com/giacomokg

    Man Enough book: https://manenough.com/books
    Boys Will Be Human book: https://boyswillbehuman.com 

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    Justin Baldoni

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    https://twitter.com/justinbaldoni

    Text: +1 (310) 845-6909


    Liz Plank

    https://instagram.com/feministabulous

    https://tiktok.com/@lizplank

    https://facebook.com/feministabulous

    https://twitter.com/feministabulous

    http://www.elizabethplank.com/


    Jamey Heath 

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    https://tiktok.com/@jameyheath

    https://twitter.com/jamey_heath_

    https://facebook.com/jameyjaz

    http://www.jameyheath.com/


    PRODUCED BY: 
    Wayfarer Studios: https://www.wayfarerstudios.com
    P&G Studios
    Executive Producers: Justin Baldoni, Jamey Heath, Tarah Malhotra-Feinberg, Marc Pritchard, Anna Saalfeld, Chris Corcoran
    Producer: Kayla Nicholson

    #boys #men #masculinity #feminism #miscarriage #abortion #allyship #childbirth #mentalhealth #parenting 

    To learn mo

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
874 Ratings

874 Ratings

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Must Listen For Change Agents

Such a great blend of viewpoints, expertise and lived experience combined with the courage to take on topics most men don’t either recognize or have the courage to grapple with!

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Great podcast

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Best show I’ve heard this year

I constantly refer people to this podcast. No matter who they are - this is so important to public discourse.

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