39 episodes

Welcome to the Tribesmen Podcast! Hosted by Yigal Adato, this show is for Jewish men who want to lead their life, their relationships, and their businesses to success.

Tribesmen Yigal Adato

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Welcome to the Tribesmen Podcast! Hosted by Yigal Adato, this show is for Jewish men who want to lead their life, their relationships, and their businesses to success.

    Episode 39: A Perfect Match with Aleeza Ben Shalom

    Episode 39: A Perfect Match with Aleeza Ben Shalom

    Another episode of the Tribesmen podcast is now live with one and only, Aleeza Ben Shalom!
    Aleeza is an American-Israeli matchmaker, relationship coach, author, and reality television personality. She is prominently featured in the Netflix series Jewish Matchmaking,which follows her attempts at helping Jewish singles in the United States and Israel find love and get married.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    The Purpose of Matchmaking: Discover the ultimate goal of matchmaking
    Navigating Triggers in Relationships: Gain insights into why it's crucial not to be with someone who triggers you to a degree that you can't handle for a lifetime.
    Continuous Self-Improvement in Relationships: Understand the importance of consistent personal growth and development within a relationship
    The Influence of Social Media: Explore how the overload of content and information on social media can skew our perceptions of relationships and affect our desires and expectations.
    Evolving Together in Marriage: Hear about the evolving nature of couples over time, where both partners may change and require ongoing communication and adaptation to maintain a strong and lasting marriage.
    Listen as we uncover the keys to lasting love and discover what it truly means to be a Jewish man in today's world.
    "You don't wanna be with somebody that triggers us to a degree that we can't handle for a lifetime."
    "I think there's still something that happens in a relationship where like, I have to continue consistently work on myself."
    "Today you don't match that. Let's get you to a place where you match what you are looking for." 
    “People with a generous nature, a loving nature, a giving nature, a caring nature... You know that on your own. What you don't know is when crisis, when challenge, when difficult things come to you..." 
    Get ready for a powerful conversation filled with insights and wisdom that will surely transform your approach to love and life. 
    Let me know in the comments below what resonates with you!
    Join our community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tribesmen.official
    Chazak ve'Ematz!

    • 37 min
    Episode 38: Money Meetings with Yael Trusch

    Episode 38: Money Meetings with Yael Trusch

    Another episode of the Tribesmen podcast is now LIVE with the one and only Yael Trusch!
    Yael Trusch is an MBA, Wealth Coach, Keynote, Host of the award-winning podcast, Jewish Latin Princess. She’s the creator of the financial transformation program, G-d Wants You to Be Rich, in Spanish and English, teaching women to build wealth, and become great custodians of that wealth. Dubbed by her podcast guests and listeners "the Jewish Oprah", Yael is an insightful, honest, and sensitive communicator, who helps her audience live a 'joyful, richer Jewish life.’ Her Jewish financial advice has been featured in main stream and Jewish media. A wife, mother of 4, and native of Puerto Rico, Yael has globe trotted from New York to Argentina, to Chile, to China, to Israel, and back.
    How do you discuss finances with your spouse? – do you even discuss it in a loving and respective manner?
    In this episode, Yael shared her experience and expertise on the importance of having regular money dates with your spouse.
    She discussed how to have a successful money date, including setting an agenda, finding a comfortable environment that’s not too stressful or crazy, and being clear about what you want to talk about.
    She also mentioned how couples can make use of electronic calendars for reference during their conversations, and most importantly using timeouts if things become heated and encouraged men to reach out for help if they feel like they don't know enough or need more guidance in talking about money.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    - How to plan a successful money date
    - Tips for making the conversation easier and smoother, such as setting an agenda and having a comfortable environment
    - What to do when things get heated during your conversations
    "What do we want in life? Who are we? What are the values of this family? So that then we can look at our lives and then we can say, okay, so what does that mean? Does that mean that we want to save for weddings? Is that important for us? Does that mean we want to save for a second home, a home in Israel, a second home somewhere else, right? All these things now you can see what values does that vision advance. And now we can pull back and look at the decisions that we're making today on a day-to-day basis. Are they advancing our values? Are they advancing that vision?"
    "I grew up in a world where, we didn't talk about money. I never saw my parents talk about money. In fact, I'll admit that when I got engaged to my husband, one of the things that went through my head was like, great, I don't have to take care of the money anymore."
    "Because G-d wants us to use that money to do amazing things in the world."
    This is an episode you don't want to miss! Tune in now!
    What resonates with you in this episode? 
    Let me know in the comments below! 
    Join our community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tribesmen.official
    Chazak ve'Ematz!

    • 43 min
    Episode 37: Doing things with integrity with Ian Altman

    Episode 37: Doing things with integrity with Ian Altman

    Episode 37 of the Tribesmen Podcast with my amazing friend Ian Altman!
    Ian started, sold, and grew his prior companies from zero to over one billion dollars in value. He has since spent years researching how clients make decisions. His modern approach has been instrumental in helping many businesses turn marginal growth into explosive growth and to help them thrive when their competitors struggle to merely survive. He's a co-author of the bestseller, Same Side Selling, now in its second edition. Ian is the founder of the Same Side Selling Academy rated one of the top 5 Sales Development Programs globally. Through his energetic, humorous, and interactive talks, Ian engages executives, subject matter experts, marketing and sales professionals alike. He shares proven methods to help modernize sales and marketing to align with today's customers. 
    As a business growth expert and bestselling author, Ian is recognized as one of the world's Top 30 Global Gurus on Sales, and his Same Side Selling Academy is ranked in the top 5 globally for Sales Development Programs. 
    In this episode, we talked about his business, how he started it, and the reason behind it.
    He also shared how effective sales is not about persuasion or coercion; effective sales is about getting to the truth as quickly as possible.
    ".. if your actions and your words are aligned, that's integrity, if you're if you're telling people what they want to hear, so that you get the sale, but you don't care about their outcome, then all of a sudden, you're not focused on the right things..."
    "..one person's junk is someone else's treasure. So the idea is that it's more if I know that, that the customer needs these three capabilities..."
    "..if you focus on what is it the client really needs, and you know that you're serving their needs, then you're never really selling anything, you're just solving someone's needs.."
    Whether you work for sales or not, this episode is a must-listen!

    • 34 min
    Episode 36: Remembering Our Roots with Oren Schneider

    Episode 36: Remembering Our Roots with Oren Schneider

    Episode 36 of the Tribesment podcast is now live!
    In this episode, I interviewed Oren Schneider.
    Oren was born in Israel, a third generation to holocaust survivors and seventh generation to farmers from the Galilee. He is an entrepreneur who enjoys music, cooking, travel, people and especially the combination of all four.
    In this episode, we talked about his book, The Apprentice of Buchenwald, his inspiration for writing it, and the journey he has been on since then.
    We also discussed raising awareness of the persecution of Jews throughout history and his passion for creating meaningful change.
    We had a fascinating conversation about what it means to be a part of an oppressed minority and how we can use our collective efforts to bring awareness and create positive change.
    "..history has a lot of sad tales of survivors who just couldn't find the will to continue, it was just too much for them to be.."
    ".. just to be able to see, not the pain but the strength of people. You know, the incredible strength, mental, physical, emotional faith, whatever it is, that got them through.."
    ".. none of us have the ability to actually feel or understand what they, what they went through hell on earth, you had to reinvent yourself, when, when you were liberal, after you've been liberated, you had to explain to yourself what had happened and give yourself a reason to continue living. .."
    This episode forces us to reflect on how far we have come and how much we still need to do to support those struggling against oppression and injustice.
    Make sure you tune in from the start till the end of the episode!
    Chazak ve'Ematz!

    • 28 min
    Episode 35: Money is Spiritual with Rabbi Daniel Lapin

    Episode 35: Money is Spiritual with Rabbi Daniel Lapin

    Episode 35 of the Tribesmen Podcast is now LIVE with no other than Rabbi Daniel Lapin!
    Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known widely as America's Rabbi, is a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author, and TV host. He is president of the American Alliance of Jews and Christians, author of America's Real War, Thou Shall Prosper, and other best-sellers. A frequent guest on Fox News, WallBuilders Radio, and Glenn Beck TV, he hosts his own popular radio and podcast programs with audiences worldwide.
    In this episode, Rabbi Lapin shared his insight on how to reach success through an integrated application of five important zones of life: family, fitness, friendships, faith, and finance.
    He also discussed the importance of personal integrity when it comes to making money and highlighted key differences in marketing approaches between men and women.
    He touched upon faith as a significant component for finding balance in life. He explained why faith in something greater than oneself and how it helps foster resilience during tough times, which is essential for success.
    Rabbi Lapin provided valuable advice on what it takes to attain real success by weaving together elements from all five zones.
    “your ability to make money is enhanced by your social life, your friendships, by your faith, even very much involved in that what I mean by faith is not only things having to do with God and religion, but also all things that fall into the spiritual zone.”
    “one of the most shocking things that has literally invaded the soul of our society, is the idea that money is like guns…”
    “it's been kind of brought down generation by generation to us where somebody who has money is evil, and that money is evil, and so they must be evil?..”
    It was an enlightening experience -- an episode you wouldn't want to miss!

    • 52 min
    Episode 34: Get Cold with Joey Hauss

    Episode 34: Get Cold with Joey Hauss

    In this episode of the Tribesmen podcast, we have a special guest, Joey Hauss.
    Joey is a highly skilled and experienced wellness instructor, with certifications in the Wim Hof Method and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. As a Wim Hof Method Level 2 Certified Breathwork and Cold Immersion Facilitator, Joey has undergone specialized training and instruction in the Wim Hof Method's unique breathing and cold immersion techniques, which are said to improve overall health and well-being. 
    In addition to his breathwork expertise, Joey is a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Master Jean Jacques Machado, and brings his knowledge of martial arts and the physical discipline it requires to his wellness instruction.
    In this episode, Joey talked about combining Judaism with spiritual exploration through plant medicine, breathwork & meditation - something that can be hard for some but has been incredibly transformative for him.
    He explains how breath work helps him manage stress levels and develop deeper self-awareness and what drives him to seek more adventures exploring spirituality with the help of plant medicines from around the world. 
    Find out how these spiritual practices can help you in finding inner peace despite all of life's obstacles that can stand in the way of your personal growth - such as family obligations or societal pressures. 
    His story serves as an inspiration for those who are looking for more ways to explore their faithfulness through both traditional religious teachings & modern methods like plant medicine & breathwork.
    "what you've often find is people that like we're in like real turmoil in their lives and then went to some real deep rock bottom and were able to turn it around"
    "You can have all  the creature comforts, the women, the drugs, whatever it is that excites you, like the fame and all that good stuff. But without a level of a deeper meaning, you're going to enter this hole that no amount of money can feel fill, no amount of anything like within this physical realm I feel can actively fill."
    "But there is something to being out in the elements and being a little uncomfortable, being a little cold, being a little too hot, that literally forces you to be present."
    Tune into this episode now!
    PS. Joey was the one who influenced me into doing the "ice bath," which is a game changer!

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

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bizniz18 ,

Tribesmen is amazing!

I am not a big podcast listener but being a Jewish man this one connected. The episodes are great and Yigal deep dives with each guest to give so much value to the listener.

A.S.K.222 ,

Insightful, engaging, educational and inspiring

Yigal is an awesome host diving into a multitude of topics around being a Jewish man. Going all out into every topic no holds barred!! Each podcast leaves me pondering, inspired and with action items to become a better person, father, husband, neighbor, and most importantly a Jew. If you are a Jewish man, this podcast is a must, for all denominations from orthodox to reform and everyone in between.

SharAdato ,

Amazing podcast for The Tribe

Started to listen knowing its for Jewish men but have to admit that i really enjoy heating a different perspective. Its both educational and entertaining and i think every Jewish man and his wife should listen!

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