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The Evolved Caveman w/ Dr. John Schinnerer

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How do you create more joy and meaning at work? Isn’t that the ultimate goal - to have a job that doesn’t feel like work?! Wouldn’t it be great to have more freedom and choice in your work? Tune in to this conversation with Matt Ward, author of
Men are taught to provide for the family. In general, this is a great value. Sometimes, we can take it too far, forsaking those we love for work. Resentment and disconnection arise in our spouses and children. Listen in as Dr. John discusses th
Men don’t often share their innermost relationship concerns in public, or even with friends. Men don’t sit around complaining to their friends about their relationships and asking for potential solutions. So what do men really think about their
As a mental health worker, behind closed doors, speaking with couples, sometimes in a last ditch effort to save a marriage, I have heard the real complaints from women about their men over the pst 25 years.  So, for any woman listening, see if
As a mental health worker, behind closed doors, speaking with couples, sometimes in a last ditch effort to save a marriage, I have heard the real complaints from women about their men over the pst 25 years.  So, for any woman listening, see if
Paradoxes are all around us. Carl Jung said “The paradox is one of our most valuable spiritual possessions. Only the paradox comes anywhere near comprehending the fullness of life”. It is the ampersand- the AND rather than the OR. And most of u
Dr. John on languishing on The Evolved Caveman PodcastMost of us are feeling frequently “bleh” lately. It’s an epidemic. This feeling of bleh is known as languishing. And it pays to know about it. So you can get out of it more quickly.Languishi
Sean Lake’s childhood friend, Glen “BUB” Doherty, became a Navy SEAL and gave his life for our country in Benghazi, Libya. Listen in on how Sean turned that heart break into a meaningful legacy honoring his best friend.Topics included in this r
Sex is an important part of a healthy, thriving relationship. Yet, most of us don’t take the-time to LEARN to be better at it. In this “Best of The Evolved Caveman Podcast” episode, tune in for a fascinating, captivating and-informative convers
Ever been angry doing a pro football game? Ever yelled at the TV while watching your favorite team due to a bad call? A stupid penalty?  Why do we care about our team so damn much? Since the age of 6, when Gene Upshaw gave him a gift of a team
Humanity is at a crossroads between the world as we know it and the rapid pace of disruption. The smallest changes are reshaping our world faster than we can comprehend. Over the next few years, we will experience more disruption than in the pr
What makes for a successful person? A common trait among successful people is the ability to handle conflict well. This means having:1.   A willingness to enter into highly emotionally charged conversations (they don’t shy away from conflict), 
What lies beneath your annoyance? Why are we all so darn irritated? How do we get beyond it? How do we minimize the negative emotions so we can get to spending more time in positive emotions (like happiness)?  The new science of emotions has sh
 Dr. John shares some positive psychology tools and frameworks to help you learn to be happier.  What is happiness?  What is the PERMA framework?  Why are positive emotions so important for happiness?  How well can you spot your own positive em
In this episode of the Best Of The Evolved Caveman, Dr. John talks to trainer-to-the-stars, Alex VanHouten, about the need for testosterone as we age. What is the “dad bod?” Why does it happen? How do I avoid it? Why is testosterone so importan
This was one of the first solo casts that I did – a partial retelling of my divorce story. I did not realize it would hit so many so powerfully. I believe it is important for us to share our darkest moments if we think that serves others. This
A powerful and deep conversation with Ethan Kross on the inner critic and how to quiet it. Ethan is the author of Chatter: The Voice in our heads, why it matters and how to harness it. He is one of the world’s leading experts on managing the co
Nothing epitomizes traditional masculinity like facing active fire in the military. Cameron Harman lived this after volunteering for the Army and getting rocked in the Afghanistan War. This is his story and it is remarkable. Cameron recently pu
“Man up!’“Stop being a pussy!”“Nut up!”“Suck it up!”These are just a few of the insults by which we are molded into men. Men are brought up to be tough, self-reliant, emotionless, and invulnerable. This process happens through a variety of infl
If you are in a relationship or want to be in one, this episode is for you!  Two top marriage experts  — Tod Jacobs and Dr. Peter Lynn —  join Dr. John all the way from Jerusalem, and who for the past 15 years, have prepared hundreds of individ
Dr. Michael F. Steger is Professor of Psychology and the Director for the Center for Meaning and Purpose at Colorado State University. He is an internationally recognized authority on the benefits of finding meaning in one’s life and in one’s w
A fascinating deep dive into sex and relationship with therapist and men’s coach, Shana James. Some of the topics include… What does the tears of men reveal about the conflict between men and women? What happens when someone gives you 100% perm
Great leaders are great storytellers. One of the key skills Dr. John teaches is that of honing your best stories to move and influence others. Stories teach, connect and inspire us. This is why Dr. John was thrilled to meet Sarah Elkins, profes
A poignant and actionable conversation on mindful leadership with Charlie White, Founder of Move Mountains. Topics covered include:How do we get others to WANT to follow our lead? What skills do we need to cultivate to create the best possibili
Research into the therapeutic use of psychedelics has gained speed in the past decade. Findings from research indicate substances such as psilocybin, LSD and MDMA have substantial, lasting benefits for many people who have mental health issues
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