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Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

We are reclaiming what it means to be a man. Each week we interview the world’s most successful men on the planet - elite athletes, warriors, New York Times Bestselling Authors, and world-class entrepreneurs – extract their hard-fought lessons and experience and deliver them straight to you. Past guests include Jocko Willink, Tim Kennedy, Andy Frisella, Lewis Howes, Grant Cardone, Ryan Holiday, Ben Greenfield, Rich Roll, and so many more. If you’re ready to level up your life as a man, this is the show for you.
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Now displaying: January, 2017
Jan 31, 2017

Stress is something all of us, as men, deal with on a daily basis. And, unless you can find a way to manage the stress effectively, you just won't be able to show up in the way others are relying on you to do.

Firefighter, John Spera with Fit to Fight Fire, joins me to talk about it takes to handle yourself in stressful situations, how to get better at adapting, something he calls belief filtering, and how to build up emotional, mental, and physical resiliency.

John Spera

I am so honored to by interview my friend and someone I've followed for a long time, firefighter John Spera.

As I said, he's someone I've been following for some time now and I have been blown away by his work ethic and his ability to lead others especially under stressful situations.

I know we have a lot of men here who listen to this show as firefighters, military members, and other first responders. I've got to say that I respect you and anyone who steps into the line of fire, literally in the case of my guest today.

He is a firefighter and paramedic in Aurora, CO and his team was tasked with responding to the Aurora theater shooting in 2012.

He's going to talk with us a little bit about that experience and the drive he has to be the best he can be - which you'll hear in his voice when he says, "The level of our training will make the difference between life and death for others."

 

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Jan 27, 2017

Over the past couple days, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with some men that I really admire for how they show up in this world and the level of success they’ve been able to reach in their perspective field.

I had the chance to meet Cameron Hanes, an Under Armor athlete and avid bow hunter, Tony Sentmanat with Real World Tactical, Neal Curry with Ready Gunner, UFC Fighter, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. These guys are all masters of their craft and I can tell you the one thing that separates them from the rest of the pack – it’s the one thing that separates all successful men from the rest.

That is the ability to take action. The ability to execute. The ability and desire even to get their hands dirty.

And, I want to come straight out and ask you, are you willing to execute? Are you willing to get your hands dirty? Are you willing to step into the ring?

http://www.orderofman.com/FFN040

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Jan 24, 2017

Style, although it is so often overlooked, really is a critical component of helping you become a better man. More often that not, the way you look and the way you show up says a lot to other people about who you are.

My guest today, Antonio Centeno with Real Men, Real Style, shares with us how important style is, the benefits of improving the way you look, what core components you should consider when improving your wardrobe, and how you can become a man of style.

Antonio Centeno

I initially came across Antonio’s work with Real Men, Real Style as I was considering launching Order of Man in early 2015.

And since then, I’ve been able to build a relationship and friendship with him. This man knows a ton about style and fashion – and not just clothing – but the psychology of increasing your style, body language, manners and mannerisms, and just about anything else that will help you increase your overall presence in the world.

He is the founder of Real Men, Real Style, like I previously mentioned, and has over 1,000,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. We talk about it a little in the show but he’s got over 700 vidoes there and literally thousands of articles, videos, and courses that will help you understand how clothing fits into the conversation of masculinity.

He is also the co-founder of Men’s StyleCon along with Aaron Marino with I Am Alpha M. We do talk a little about that during the show but it is definitely something you should consider attending if you really want to become a man of style.

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Jan 20, 2017

Over the past couple days, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with some men that I really admire for how they show up in this world and the level of success they’ve been able to reach in their perspective field.

I had the chance to meet Cameron Hanes, an Under Armor athlete and avid bow hunter, Tony Sentmanat with Real World Tactical, Neal Curry with Ready Gunner, UFC Fighter, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. These guys are all masters of their craft and I can tell you the one thing that separates them from the rest of the pack – it’s the one thing that separates all successful men from the rest.

That is the ability to take action. The ability to execute. The ability and desire even to get their hands dirty.

And, I want to come straight out and ask you, are you willing to execute? Are you willing to get your hands dirty? Are you willing to step into the ring?

http://www.orderofman.com/FFN039

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Jan 17, 2017

As you men know by now, leadership lies at the core of what it means to be a man. We’ve all had great leaders. We’ve all had horrible leaders.

My guest today, David Burkus, talks with us about what it means to be a leader, how to align your vision with others, how to be more influential, and how to make an impact in the lives of those who matter most.

David Burkus

David Burkus is a someone I came across as I was looking for successful men to come on the show and, you’re going to hear in the podcast today, that I connected with someone who is incredibly qualified to speak with us on the subject of leadership.

He’s an author. He’s a podcaster. And, he’s also an associate professor of management at Oral Roberts University.

He wrote a book I really enjoyed titled, Under New Management, where he challenges the traditional vision of business management and proves they’re outdated and just don’t work. He gets into that a little in the show today.

He’s also a speaker. He’s worked Fortune 500 companies and the Naval Academy and contributes to Business Review and Inc.

Today he’s here to talk with us about management, leadership, and how to cast your vision and make an impact.

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Shownotes: http://www.orderofman.com/096

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Jan 13, 2017

We’ve got a pretty thriving Facebook Community and one of the underlying themes I see quite a bit there is setbacks, struggles, trials, adversity, and obstacles. And, more importantly, questions about how to overcome these “expected unexpecteds” in life.

This is going to be tough because, obviously, I cannot go through every scenario in which you find yourself on a daily basis in the next eight minutes but, what I can do, is give you a three-part formula that I’ve used in my time here on this spinning rock that has helped me overcome some major hurdles – hurdles that many of you have experiences or are in the middle of right now.

I’ve been fat, I’ve been broke, I’ve been depressed, I’ve had failing businesses, I almost lost my marriage at one point and, I can tell you that this simple strategy, although it’s not easy, can help you overcome just about any challenge you may find yourself in.

But, before I share the formula with you, I need you to understand something: you are responsible for what you do with your life. No one else – you!

Yes, you can have friends. Yes, you can have mentors. Yes, you can have a support group or a team. But, at the end of the day and regardless of their effort and help and resources, it is up to you to build the life you want. And that means that, at times, you are going to have to face some things alone. You’re going to have to stare down whatever trial you have to and figure out a way to go around, over, under, and through that things that might have you pinned down. No one can or will do it for you.

Now, that you know it is up to you, let’s talk about this.

My formula for overcoming any setback is simply REGROUP, RECALIBRATE, AND RE-ENGAGE.

http://www.orderofman.com/FFN038

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Jan 10, 2017

Somewhere, at some point, men began to believe that we are meant to go at it alone. The reality paints a different picture and illustrates how critical it is for each of us to learn to connect with others.

Whether you're tyring to connect with people professionally or personally, my guest, John Corcoran, shares with us why meeting face-to-face is so critical, how to reach the people you admire most, the differences between networking professionally and personally, how to get out of your own head, and how you can become a better connector.

John Corcoran

Gentlemen, I am honored to introduce you to my guest today, John Corcoran. 

John is someone I first learned about as I started Order of Man and, since then, I've had the opportunity to connect with him a bit more.

When I initially reached out to John, he was unavailable for an interview but, he did introduce me to Michael Port with Heroic Public Speaking and Jordan Harbinger with the Art of Charm (both of whom I had interviews with) and I can tell you that this is a man who practices what he preaches when it comes to being a better connecter.

In fact, through his skills and abilities as a networker and connecter, John landed a job as a writer in the Clinton Whitehouse and, of course, has gone on to do so much more.

He is the founder of the Smart Business Revolution where he teaches business owners and entrepreneurs some of the same stratgies we're going to be talking about today and how each of us can and should become better connectors.

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Shownotes: http://www.orderofman.com/095

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Jan 6, 2017

Focusing on high-value targets in your life is critical to your success this year. The reality is most of us don’t. Instead, we choose to focus on low-value targets – tactics, activities, projects, experiences, etc. that produce little to no results towards our most important objectives.

A high-value target on the other hand is a tactic, an exercise, an activity, and engagement that you can complete that will produce and yield the highest return.

This is exactly what we want – high returns on the way we spend our time, attention, focus, energy, and resources on.

I’ve said it before but the most successful men on the planet know how to use the 24 hours each of us have in any given day to its maximum potential. And, that is what I want to address today.

Now, obviously, the term, high-value target is a term used in the military to describe a person or asset that is critical for the completion of a mission.

I’m using it in much the same way. A high-value target, when it comes to you spending your time most effectively, is a tactic you can use to achieve your ultimate objective.

So, I want to talk with you about identifying these high-value targets, engaging them, eliminating distractions, and accomplishing big things in your life.

http://www.orderofman.com/FFN037

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Jan 3, 2017

There are three types of people in this world: the wolf, the sheep, and the sheepdog. The wolf is violent, the sheep is passive, and the sheepdog is there to protect one from the other.

My guest today, Army Green Beret and UFC ranked middleweight fighter, Tim Kennedy, talks with us about how to overcome fear, how to get up and learn from losses, how to recognize strengths and weaknesses, and how to become the sheepdog.

TIM KENNEDY

Tim Kennedy is arguably one of the baddest men on the planet.

He is a Army Green Beret and a UFC Middleweight MMA fighter and, he's one of only a few who fight professionally and serve in the armed forces simultaneously.

He's been fighting professionaly for 16 years and serving as a Ranger qualified, Green Beret, Special Forces Sniper for 14 and has been awarded the Bronze Star for valor under fire.

Tim also competed on the Ultimate Soldier Challenge as a Green Beret and was featured as a “Ranger” on the Spike TV series Deadliest Warrior. Tim has also competed in the grueling 3 day Modern Army Combatives tournament, and was one of only three men to be undefeated, as well as three time champion. He is one of the only three service members to be awarded a black belt in Modern Army Combatives.

In addition to all that he stars on History Channel's hit show, Hunting Hitler, founded the Sheepdog Survival Fund, and trains law enforment officers, first responders, and civilians how to become sheepdogs through his company, Sheepdog Response. 

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