189 episodes

The Up and Comers Show is a podcast about the process of becoming. Our tagline is “learning how to live a good life” which we believe takes living with “intention in the tension” because life is inevitably filled tensions we must live within. Hosted by Thane Marcus Ringler, this show aims to unpack the stories of other inspiring up and comers in long-form interviews, share conversations with fellow peers on common issues we face in this phase of life, and provide concepts and ideas in shorter topical episodes that will help us live a purpose driven life of intentionality.

The Up and Comers Show Thane Marcus Ringler

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 110 Ratings

The Up and Comers Show is a podcast about the process of becoming. Our tagline is “learning how to live a good life” which we believe takes living with “intention in the tension” because life is inevitably filled tensions we must live within. Hosted by Thane Marcus Ringler, this show aims to unpack the stories of other inspiring up and comers in long-form interviews, share conversations with fellow peers on common issues we face in this phase of life, and provide concepts and ideas in shorter topical episodes that will help us live a purpose driven life of intentionality.

    189: On Sabbatical

    189: On Sabbatical

    In this episode, Thane Marcus Ringler gives three reasons why he’s going on a sabbatical. These three reasons include time, money, and focus. If you found value in the show and you want it to continue, please listen to this episode. Thane enumerates simple ways you can contribute to help the show go on. If you want to be an active up and comer, consider becoming a contributing member of the community to help shoulder production expenses. Tune in to find out how. 
     
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    • 11 min
    188: Fellowship Ft. Sean Hanson: Humble Swagger: A Conversation On Ministry, Masculinity, And Early Lessons From Running An Organization

    188: Fellowship Ft. Sean Hanson: Humble Swagger: A Conversation On Ministry, Masculinity, And Early Lessons From Running An Organization

    In this episode, Thane Marcus Ringler and his guest, Sean Hanson, come together for a fellowship conversation on ministry, masculinity, and management. Sean launched BUD Ministries, a nonprofit seeking to unite, disciple, and equip young men to be unshakably devoted in their pursuit of Christ. Thane and Sean discuss the modern challenges of spreading the Gospel, how masculinity means having a “humble swagger,” and the challenges of running an organization.
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    • 54 min
    187: Couch Conversations With Evan Ryan Ringler: Learnings From Marriage And Rhythms For Healthy Partnerships

    187: Couch Conversations With Evan Ryan Ringler: Learnings From Marriage And Rhythms For Healthy Partnerships

    Marriage is not the end-game for many relationships. It is where the journey actually begins. In an age where many marriages fall through the roof, how can you fight the statistics and maintain a healthy and long-lasting relationship with your life partner? In this Couch Conversation episode, Thane Marcus Ringler and his wife, Evan Ryan Ringler, share learnings and advice from their own partnership and marriage. They catch us up on some of their experiences, challenges, and how they each help the other in their relationship that so many other couples can relate to, showing that what is most personal is most universal. Tackling communication, conflict resolution, growth in the relationship, faith in God, and more, Thane and Evan paint us a clear picture of what it takes to keep a marriage within that loving place while also encouraging growth. Listen in to learn more.
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    • 37 min
    186: Fellowship Ft. Austin Gray: Get Creative And Make It Work: An Entrepreneurial Conversation On Community, Sustainability, The Shame Cycle, And Doing Business For Good

    186: Fellowship Ft. Austin Gray: Get Creative And Make It Work: An Entrepreneurial Conversation On Community, Sustainability, The Shame Cycle, And Doing Business For Good

    It is not wrong to give your best in your business and strive hard to achieve success, but it is unacceptable to disregard your physical, mental, and personal states just to accomplish that. An entrepreneur can only be considered successful if they truly understand how to use a sustainable approach when running a business. Sharing his personal experiences with Thane Marcus Ringler is the Founder of EntrepreneurHQ and Owner of The Perk Coffee Co. & Green Spaces Coworking, Austin Gray. Austin explains how he found growth even outside the business scene by appreciating the help from his mentor, business partner, and loving wife, all while keeping a strict workout routine throughout the year. He also talks about his mission of bringing entrepreneurs together, contributing a lot to building his business mindset.
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    • 58 min
    185: John Eldredge: Guarding The Heart: Why Humans Prefer Denial, Practicing Self-Kindness, Asking God's Opinion, Being Protective Instead Of Defensive, And Knowing That Your Story Matters

    185: John Eldredge: Guarding The Heart: Why Humans Prefer Denial, Practicing Self-Kindness, Asking God's Opinion, Being Protective Instead Of Defensive, And Knowing That Your Story Matters

    The human heart is the chamber of humanity where dreams, disappointments, hope, and other emotions and desires are found. The Wild at Heart author himself, John Eldredge, sits with Thane Marcus Ringler and talks about the impact of global trauma on humanity and why the human heart prefers denial and falls short in self-kindness. John is a best-selling author, a counselor and a teacher. In this fascinating conversation, they talk about the importance of where we look for encouragement, the trauma that was experienced in 2020, how we often prefer denial as humans, what practicing self-kindness looks like, John's journey from counseling to writing and speaking, the importance of guarding the heart, and so much more. Enjoy this really deep and impactful interview with John.
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    • 50 min
    184: Self-Kindness: How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

    184: Self-Kindness: How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

    Believe it or not, it’s easier to beat ourselves up all the time for not being good enough than to change our inner dialogue and give ourselves some grace. Self-kindness is the antidote to self-sabotage, whether the latter shows up in the form of unrealistic expectations, self-shaming or the comparison trap. The kinder we are with ourselves, the kinder we could show up to other people around us. Can you imagine a world where people are showing up with kindness to themselves and to each other? It’s a wonderful world that Thane Marcus Ringler begs us to envision in this episode.
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    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
110 Ratings

110 Ratings

Michelle Fries ,

Newcomer to the Up and Comers

I just listened to your Jamie Winship interview from July. I’ve heard several of his teachings, so I already loved and respected him. You did an excellent job of engaging him and highlighting his cutting edge thinking. I will be exploring mor of your work now. Blessings on you as operate in this realm.

Lanogie ,

Motivational and Inspiring

Thanks Thane for putting in all the hard work to create these podcasts. Your hard work ethic and discipline comes off in your message. You communicate in a calm, competent and well spoken manner which makes your podcast easy to listen to. I look forward to more podcasts. The world needs more people like you to spread the good word.

mshaddix ,

Refreshing

These guys are great storytellers. They dig into these people’s stories and lives, not just their vision, and weave a great narrative together that’s just inspiring. I’m obsessed with this podcast.

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