Hosted by transformational coach, entrepreneur, martial artist and author Nicolas Gregoriades, this show features interviews with accomplished and unique individuals dedicated to helping men lead lives of more passion, adventure and success.
In it we discuss relationships, philosophy, health and many other endeavors affecting the path men take through the modern world.
Douglas E. Noll, JD, MA left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become a peacemaker. An award-winning author, teacher, trainer, and a highly experienced mediator, his calling is to serve humanity through conflict resolution and the understanding of human communication.
In this episode Doug shares effective strategies for recognizing and labeling emotions and using those insights to make the people you interact with feel heard and appreciated.
How Doug overcame an en extremely difficult childhood including being born nearly blind The vocation of peacemaker and what it entails How our emotional regulation affects our wellbeing The difference between emotional intelligence and emotional competence How to read the emotions of others
“When you learn how to serve others in a meaningful way, that’s when your life really changes and becomes happy.”
“You can teach people to become emotionally aware faster, by teaching them how to read other people’s emotions.”
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”
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Changing the Script
Eliot Popkin is the author of "Circle: Letters to my Younger Self" which details his journey of self-discovery, personal growth and forgiveness.
In this podcast Eliot explains how we can re-write our ‘stories’ and as a result achieve more abundance and happiness in life.
The benefit of writing letters to your younger self Saying “No” to mediocrity Breaking free and welcoming more freedom
“Life is too precious for you to be a victim”
“The moments you shared with your mom are priceless treasures”
“If I wanted to make a change in my life, I had to look very carefully who am I talking to, how am I talking about myself and other people, and how am I treating myself.”
Find out more about Elliot Popkin an his Book at:
Sitting with God
Rich Lewis who is a speaker, coach and author of the book Sitting with God: A Journey to Your True Self Through Centering Prayer.
In this episode, Rich teaches us on how to use 'Centering Prayer' and contemplative practices as access points which allow us to experience God's presence in our lives.
What is Centering Prayer? How Centering Prayer can change your life. The Difference between Centering Prayer and regular practices How to find your True Self How to begin the Practice of Centering Prayer
“Centering prayer has healed me, transformed me, and allows me to continuously living as my true self.”
“Being present can pretty much solve any problem.”
Find out more about Rich Lewis and his Book at:
How to Stop the End of the World
Anthony Wall is the founder of Noēsis, a worldwide network with the mission of understanding the evolutionary causes of the human condition in order to ensure our survival as a species to enable human survival into a sustainable future.
In this conversation Anthony shares his theories on why humanity has reached the brink of extinction and what he believes can save us.
Why the end of the human race is inevitable The real-world results of Noēsis Evolutionary influences on the current human condition How technology could help us avert ecological disaster
“There were no lesser beings, there were only necessary beings.”
“Extinction is a norm, survival is the exception.”
“The world’s been ending since the world began.”
Find out more about Anthony and the Noēsis project at:
Secret Agent Man
Kenneth Earl is a retired Navy Master Chief Cryptologist who served 21 years in the Navy. He is a cybersecurity strategist with extensive federal government and military experience.
Kenneth is also the author of ‘Illegitimate Sun: How a Naval Cryptologist Cracked the Code of Life Lessons’ which tells his humble beginnings as a person of color in the Deep South to a career in international espionage.
In this episode, Kenneth shares his inspiring story and several life lessons you can use to overcome challenges and live your dreams.
Cryptology and its importance in modern warfare How his mother inspired him to achieve his greatest potential in life. Life in the covert departments of the military Why buying a house isn’t always the best financial decision
“No matter what you do in life, no one can beat you at being you.”
“When you think about the past, that brings depression. When you think about the future, it brings anxiety. When you think about the present, that’s where your freedom is.”
“The unexamined life is not worth living”
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How to Live a Life You Can Be Proud Of
In this special episode Nic is interviewed by his close friend Rocco Jarman from the Eyes Wide Open Life podcast. Rocco and Nic share a deep discussion about their personal philosophies on what creates a life that one can be proud of. Talking Points:
- The core difference between 'work' and a 'job'.
- The true cost of leadership
- Unhealthy vs healthy self-esteem
- Vibration and frequency and how they affect the way we move through the world
“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal."
"Everything is Energy."
"I lived most of my life as a very afraid person."
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