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Order of Man

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: October, 2018
Oct 31, 2018

Today, Kipp Sorensen and I talk about overcoming failed relationships, dismissing the term, "fragile masculinity," reversing the tide of fatherless homes, and so much more...

These questions come from our Patreon members, Iron Council brothers, and Facebook group members.

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Oct 30, 2018

One of the most common challenges I see men face is their inability to overcome being too nice. Don't get me wrong, being nice is great but when it comes at the expense of your own well-being, it becomes a problem.

Today, I am joined by psychologist, Dr. Aziz Gazipura, to talk about the pitfalls of being too nice. We cover the "guilt bubble" and how to get out of it, the costs of being overly nice, learning to speak up and develop healthy boundaries, and how to stop being so nice.


SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • What does it mean to be "nice"
  • How being overly nice is self-sabotaging
  • What the "guilt bubble" is and how to get out of it
  • The costs of being too nice
  • How to liberate yourself
  • How to establish healthy boundaries
  • Learning to speak up
  • Why being selfish is not always a bad thing
  • How to choose and communicate your rules
  • Strategies for improving your ability to say "no"
  • How to care about others without jeopardizing yourself
  • How to increase your discomfort tolerance
  • How to "own your shadows"
  • How to develop more assertiveness


DR. AZIZ GAZIPURA


Dr. Aziz is a clinical psychologist and one of the world's leading experts on social confidence.

In 2011, Dr. Aziz started The Center For Social Confidence, which is dedicated to helping everyone break through their shyness and social anxiety. He has helped thousands of people all over the world increase their confidence. Through confidence coaching, audio and video programs, podcasts, a detailed blog, and intensive weekend workshops, Dr. Aziz lives out his mission: To help every person who is stuck in shyness liberate themselves to pursue the relationship, career, and life they have always dreamed of.

Most recently, he wrote a book titled, Not Nice: Stop Pleasing People, Staying Silent, and Feeling Guilty, which is what he's here to talk with us about today.

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Oct 26, 2018

Today, I'm joined by one of my favorite people on the planet, my wife, Mrs. Tricia Michler. Together we field questions from our Iron Council and Facebook members and cover everything from how we support each other, how to deal with the travel and demands of my business and raising a family, how to encourage your partner to improve themselves, managing finances, and so much more.

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Oct 24, 2018

Today, Kipp Sorensen and I talk about some deeper and more serious issues than we've addressed in the past like the myth of "Toxic Masculinity," addressing false rape allegations, current trends in society that impact both men and women, and, on a not-so-serious note, whether Batman is a superhero or not.

These questions come from our Patreon members, Iron Council brothers, and Facebook group members.

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Oct 23, 2018

Each and every one of us has a desire to strengthen our bodies and minds. Why is it then that so many men struggle when it comes to the training they know will improve every area of their lives?

This is a question my guest, Bobby Maximus, has been answering for his training clients for years and helping them bridge the gap between where they are now and where they want to be. Today, we talk about the psychology of training, how to eliminate the excuses that creep in, why you should reframe "self-improvement" as "self-work," and how to harden the body and mind.


SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • The psychology of training
  • Developing a strong self-image
  • Eliminate excuses
  • How to train for life
  • How to sift through the noise and garbage
  • Reframing self-improvement as self-work
  • How to build in accountability
  • How to know if your why is strong enough
  • Balancing internal and external growth
  • How to eliminate your doubts
  • What is "green dot therapy"
  • 10 words that will ruin your life
  • How to kill your self-governor
  • Why you should document your progress


BOBBY MAXIMUS

I've been looking forward to introducing you to my guest, Bobby Maximus, for some time now.

Bobby has been in the fitness and health industry for more than a decade and served as the General Manager, Training Director and Lead Seminar Instructor at Gym Jones. He was also named as Men's Health's 100 Fittest Men of All Time.

In addition to that, he is a former police officer for the Toronto Police Service, a former UFC fighter, and holds a bachelor's degree in psychology, English, and education.
Needless to say, this is a man who understands the body and mind in a way not many people do and I couldn't be more excited to talk with him about hardening and strengthening both.

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Shownotes: https://orderofman.com/188

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Oct 19, 2018

Each and every one of us is likely to face catastrophic events and circumstances in our lives. We can retreat and wallow in our own self-pity or find a way to rise from the ashes. Here's a system for the latter.

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Oct 17, 2018

In this Ask Me Anything, Kipp Sorensen and answer questions about optimizing your day, developing and maintaining discipline, overcoming resistance, how to prioritize activities, and so much more.

These questions come from our Patreon members, Iron Council brothers, and Facebook group members.

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Oct 16, 2018

It's not a surprise to you that there is so much noise and nonsense that attempts to engage our focus and keep us distracted from the things that truly matter. And, if you're one of the few men who has actually taken the time to identify what you really want, that doesn't necessarily make things any easier.

Today, I am joined by former Navy SEAL and a lead instructor with Echelon Front, JP Dinnell. We talk about the importance of consistency towards your goals, why flexibility in training is critical, how to eliminate the things that keep your from meaning and significance, and living life on your terms.


SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • The importance of consistency towards your goals
  • Why discipline is a foundational principle of growth
  • Why flexibility in training is critical
  • How to own both problems and solutions
  • How to drill down to the core reasoning of your work
  • How to best honor the fallen and their sacrifices
  • Transitioning out of the service
  • 3 factors that break down a marriage
  • Choosing to take the harder route
  • How to overcome feelings of hate and hostility
  • How to avoid making certain situations worse
  • Why it's critical we model masculine behavior for our boys and girls


JP DINNELL


Guys, as you know, we've had just about the entire Echelon Front team on over the past month or so and I couldn't be more excited to introduce you to one of their lead instructors and my friend, JP Dinnell.

He spent nearly a decade with the SEAL teams and served in three combat deployments, his most recent with Task Unit Bruiser in Ramadi under the command of Jocko Willink. There he served as point man, machine gunner and lead sniper for Delta Platoon opposite of Chris Kyle.

Upon return from Iraq, helped rebuild and enhance the SEAL training programs into the highly effective programs they are today. Since then, he has become a lead instructor with Echelon Front helping leaders and communities enhance their organizations and companies.

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Oct 12, 2018

It's likely in the not-so-distant-past you've allowed your emotions to get the better of you. It's easy to do so in the heat of the moment. We've all been there. Today, I share a very effective 5-step formula for owning your emotions more effectively.

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Oct 10, 2018

In this Ask Me Anything, Kipp Sorensen and answer questions about overcoming past wrongdoings, finding male friends, the difference between ego and pride, and whether or not we should care about what people think of us.

These questions come from our Patreon members, Iron Council brothers, and Facebook group members.

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Oct 9, 2018

So many men believe that the terms purpose and profit are mutually exclusive - that for one to exist, the other can't. That just isn't the case. In fact, when you learn to align your purpose and passion with the ability to make a profit, you have a greater ability to impact the world in a positive way.

Today, I am joined by the founder of Black Rifle Coffee Company, Evan Hafer, to talk about how he's managed to build such a successful business around what was simply a passion project. We talk about the power of utilizing new media for marketing, finding and speaking to your tribe, sacrificing ego on the altar of business, and how to align purpose, passion, and profit.


SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

How Evan went from firearms to roasting
How Black Rifle Coffee Company makes and utilizes viral videos
Why interactive marketing is crucial to a business' success
Evan's view on the competition
Defining "great marketing"
Discovering, developing, and speaking to your tribe
Giving birth to a new you
Identifying and letting go of false expectations
Why you have to sacrifice your ego on the altar of business
Why radical transparency is crucial
How to effectively add people into your ecosystem
Why businesses should be less concerned with political correctness
How to recruit new employees effectively
Why you need to differentiate between individuals and the company
Finding and securing funding for your project


EVAN HAFER


My guest today is Evan Hafer and although you may not know his name, most of you listening are familiar with his company, Black Rifle Coffee Company.

He is a former member of the Special Forces and between his multiple combat deployments, he spent time honing his firearm and roasting skills.

When Evan left the service in 2015, he learned how to market and turn his second passion for roasting coffee into not only a fulltime business but a global coffee company that is recognized for their viral irreverent videos and marketing campaigns, and their incredible coffee.

Now, I will be the first to tell you that I don't drink coffee myself but when given the chance to connect with Evan, I couldn't pass him up as he's clearly on to something when it comes to building a movement and working to employ our nation's veterans.

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Oct 5, 2018

Every man should live by a code, an operating system by which we will live his life. Without one, it's easy to get lost in the moment and conduct ourselves in a way that's incongruent with the way we view who we are.

Today, I talk about why a code is important, what should be included in your code, and how to write your own.

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Oct 3, 2018

In this Ask Me Anything, Kipp Sorensen and answer questions about how to leave a significant legacy, getting over toxic relationships, the law of attraction, the importance of a patriarch in a family, and our obligation to serve in the community.

These questions come from our Patreon members, Iron Council brothers, and Facebook group members.

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Oct 2, 2018

What does it mean to be a complete beast? This is a question my guest, Jack Donovan, attempts to answer in his latest book, appropriately titled, A More Complete Beast. There is a reason the title is likely to resonate with you, as a man. Each of us understands that we are both man and beast.

Today we cover so much about the subject of masculinity including why being a man has to be an intentional choice, the power of what he calls the "conquering eye," how to avoid becoming a victim of victims, and how each and every one of us can become a more complete beast.

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • What it means to become a more complete beast
  • Why you have to make an intentional choice to be a man
  • Why men are perceived as a threat to society
  • Why you should challenge yourself as a man
  • The four masculine tactical virtues - strength, courage, mastery, honor
  • Why some people try to redefine words to fit their narrative
  • The power of the "conquering eye"
  • Why it's important to define an honor code for yourself
  • Why you should care about some people's opinions
  • Avoiding become the victims of the victims
  • Sifting through the noise of others
  • Why there is no honor in being a victim, only in overcoming it
  • Why vulnerability is not as powerful as modern society would have you believe
  • Why masculinity is not a mask


JACK DONOVAN

Gentlemen, my guest today is a man a lot of you are familiar with and someone I've had on the podcast before.

His name is Jack Donovan and he is the author of several books on the subject of modernity and masculinity including The Way of Men, A Sky Without Eagles, Becoming a Barbarian, and his latest release, A More Complete Beast.

As you may know, Jack is a fascinating man and probably one you wouldn't expect to hear on this podcast (in fact, I made a joke about Jack, a pagan, and myself, a Mormon, walking into an ax-throwing bar just after this interview). That said, his views on the subject of manliness and masculinity, although controversial, resonate with so many of us because they're spot on and refreshing in a time when more and more of society has a hard time even discussing what it means to be a man.

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