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David Wagner, host of the podcast, Addictions is a recovering drug addict. Following a 7yr addiction to opioids derived from a car accident injury, he became clean and sober and decided to launch a podcast to give a voice to people who've suffered from addiction.Today, David shares with us his own story of addiction — how it started, how it went on, and how his tenacity to finally stop without support or going to rehab is now helping others.Episode Takeaways:Addiction involves a choice.The biggest thing an addict can do is to acknowledge the fact of being an addict.Don't be afraid to reach out and seek help — it's the first step to getting better.Mentioned Resources:Addictions Podcast - David's own podcastThe Idiots Guide to Parenting - David's recommended bookJoin our Community, ask questions, share feedbackConnect with me:Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Corey Hague is the Co- Author of the book “The Secret Art of Breaking Up: Surviving and Thriving with Aaron Stevenson." This book offers practical tips on how to survive and thrive from a relationship trauma and help you understand depth and step by step guidance about what to do and not to do when it comes to legal issues, and divorce settlement.Corey’s background is in content creation. He’s been in that for most of his life starting with magazines, shifting into online publishing and audio distribution and then into online digital journalism with the ABC currently. That’s resulted in a multi range of skill set in Audio, Video, Photography design, and Writing into compelling stories. At the ABC, He has produced hundreds of pieces in a wide range of departments.Take-Aways: " I think a lot of problems that actually coming from is lack of honesty. Equality is really useful and makes a lot of sense. There’s a thing that’s a lot of value which is celebrating differences, and accepting the differences.”“I constantly take that fight and thrown in a bin because I do stupid things. It’s a conflict of trying to understand why we do things vs. Why we’re doing.”“The first thing is not the real thing, there’s something else underneath. What’s important is how to figure out whatever the real issue is. And that is really down the line.”“You need to understand that what you’re doing means everything to your partner. It’s a matter of understanding the value. When you do something, you're actually demonstrating your care and affection. If you’re better, your relationship will be better.”Mentioned Resources:Website: http://secretartofbreakingup.comFacebook: The Secret Art of Breaking Up : Surviving & ThrivingConnect:Follow @themanbits on InstagramFollow @themanbits on FacebookFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterDisclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
I am Paul, the founder and host of The Man Bits Podcast who run the success of 100 Episodes. Of course, the 100 episodes would not have been possible without my wife's help Pascale as a creative director. Our high level vision for this podcast is to reduce incidents of suicide globally, through content based strategies in mental health, physical health and financial know-how driving positive change and positive habits.I wanted to take this opportunity to sum up what we have achieved and accomplished so far throughout our journey as a couple and as business partners.Aside from podcasting, we are also active in building a property investment portfolio in New Zealand, Australia and United Kingdom which gives us the ability to help others improve financial intelligence.As a couple, we also shared same passion for Salsa dancing and Rock climbing. We’veclimbed in Canada, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia. Climbing is our way of connecting with the rock as a healthy way to find stability and balance in mental health and physical health.Our journey together as a couple especially being first time parents for our baby girl named Audrey made our relationship stronger than ever. The trust, respect, having conscious decisions, being open and honest are the foundations that we value most which are very important in a relationship.We're very blessed and thankful that we have reached and made it to 100 Episode. Please join us and tune in as we celebrate Episode 100 for us to share our past experiences, the life lessons that we've learned along the way, and to share our perspectives about how we do what we love to life a fulfilled life.Key Takeaways - “Do the thing even if you’re scared of it.” Paul- “Have a goal and put your effort to take action” Paul- “I find it by immediately taking assuming the positive and taking the positive step in a relationship now when I met people, it automatically tends them to something positive. Because that person actually probably has a good will towards me.” Pascale- “I never really hang out with babies. It’s really hard. If I would have maybe had some insight into some of the basics of parenting it would have maybe taken the edge a little bit. But I think the basis of parenting could be taught. This comes down kind of emotional intelligence. How to manage your emotions when you got a crying baby in your hands and you don’t know what to do.” Paul- “When you have a space, you can create more. I am more creative when I have space to think.” Paul- “It’s not a new concept to anyone of being honest with each other, of being open to each other. It’s a cliché piece of advice for people in relationship. Just tell the truth, just be honest with how you feel. Commit to not getting defensive. Not reacting.” Pascale- “What I’ve realized is that it challenged me in many ways. I think of become a more intensely feeling person that has gone through the experience of having Audrey and caring for her when she’s being challenging and some of the ways that I have doubt with, that had been my coping strategies.” PascaleMentioned Resources:Website: https://themanbits.com/Instagram: themanbitspodcastFacebook: The ManBits PodcastConnect:Follow @themanbits on InstagramFollow @themanbits on FacebookFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterDisclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
TOPIC: Rob's rant on men being emotional in sport but not in love. Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.TOPIC: Tips on how to build resilienceConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Kim Rezarch is a survivor of a severe childhood trauma and forced psychiatry. Over the course of 20 years in the mental health system, Kim was given 25 mental health diagnoses and prescribed 11 medications to be taken simultaneously. Dissociative Identity Disorder is the diagnosis that actually saved her life. Today, Paul and Kim discuss the subject of trauma motivated behavior, Kim’s personal journey of 20 years in a mental health system, and the amazing work that Kim is now involved in.Episode Takeaways:A person’s trauma response is a way of coping but it doesn’t mean it can serve the person into adulthood.The trauma patient’s family also plays a role in healing.It takes radical self-awareness for a person to start healing.Mentioned Resources:The Body Keeps the Score and any of Dr. Bessel van der Kolk’s works – Kim’s recommended resourcesConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
3 Tips for Time Management - How to be more productive with Paul AverillBonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook CommunityJoin the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
John Perrotta is an entrepreneur and he has qualifications in Psychological Science. John is a counselor for a non-profit, non-government organization working with young people dealing with trauma, anxiety, abuse and neglect in Adelaide, Australia.Key TakeawaysBeing self-aware is to understand triggers to different behaviors and thoughts and actions.Don't compare yourself to others, be informed by people along the journeyWhen we start to be grateful for we can be much more content and peacefulPractice being able to be a good listenerConnectGet rewards and support Men’s Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook Community Follow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Visit https://themanbits.com/podcast for show notes to every podcast episode. Robert Stocker is an entrepreneur and a performance and life coach. His main focus as a performance coach is life and wellness, creating wealth, happiness, clarity, and direction in people's lives. Listen as Rob Stocker educates us about The 6 Core Human Needs by Tony Robbins and The 5 Love Languages to help us understand our partners better, and how our needs in a relationship can be met. Episode Takeaways: Two people in a relationship both have needs to be met. Understanding and recognizing love languages can help you better understand your partner. There are times that you just need to LISTEN and not do anything else. Mentioned Resources: The 6 Core Human Needs by Tony Robbins The 5 Love Languages - Robert's recommended resource Join our Community, ask questions, share feedback Comment on the show-notes or email feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome) Connect with me: Subscribe to The ManBits Podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Android. Join the Facebook Page Follow Paul @themanbits on Twitter Follow @themanbits on Instagram Disclosure This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy
9 life Lessons by Tim Minchin (narrated by Paul Averill)In this episode, Paul shares with us Tim Minchin's address to the graduates of the University of Western Australia where he lists down 9 Life Lessons. These lessons are not just for the new grads, but a great tip and advice to anyone who's going through life and adulthood in general.Listen as he shares these lessons and important notes we should all consider and apply to our lives.Podcast Show Notes:Introduction to The Man Bits PodcastToday's episode is about Tim Minchin's addressTim Minchin's 9 Life Lessons:#1 - You don't have to have a dreamBe micro ambitious#2 - Don't seek happiness#3 - Remember: It's all luckEmpathy is intuitive#4 - Exercise#5 - Be hard on your opinionsThink critically and be intellectually vigorous#6 - Be a teacherShare your ideas, don't take for granted your education#7 - Define yourself by what you love#8 - Respect people with less power than you#9 - Don't rushYou don't need to already know what you're going to do rest of your lifeGet access to all our shows at com/podcastCheck us out at our website, Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramJoin our Community, ask questions, share feedbackComment on the show-notes Email feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Connect with me Subscribe to The ManBits Podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Android. Join the Facebook Page Follow Paul @themanbits on Twitter Follow Follow @themanbits on InstagramDisclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy
Matt Concannon is and actor from Salford, Greater Manchester, England. At the time of recording Matt was on tour with The Girl on the Train play around the UK and Ireland. He has been using his free time while on tour to explore a different skillset of writing and have stumbled upon a love for spoken word and rap to express matters that are personal and mean something to him.He focuses on relevant topics to spur conversation and generally ask questions. Not creating a stigma but discussing why it is a stigma for male mental health. His job allows him to tap into many different characters mindsets and find that each person he plays has their own issues to overcome. He continues to write and act and continue to discuss more topics around mental health.Take-Aways:“ Some of the best things I’ve ever seen on stage or in television is always when you can see that the person relates to something if it's something that someone is going through that making trigger that emotion, that feeling, then it doesn’t have to come from a fake place or pretending. Putting all of these things on top of you to make yourself look at it to build yourself a character.“ Trust yourself and trust what you’re doing.”“ It’s about making work that fits yourself.”Mentioned Resources:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matt_conz/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattconz1?lang=enConnect:Follow @themanbits on InstagramFollow @themanbits on FacebookFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterDisclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not qualified to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.
Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.TOPIC: How to listen betterConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Tim Matthews is a men’s empowerment coach and speaker. He is the founder of The Powerful Man, where he’s assisting 1 million men to reconnect to a powerful life.Tim has dedicated his life to helping bring awareness to that powerful vision you have for yourself in your head and give you the power to be able to act on it.Episode Takeaways:Listen to your gut. When you listen to your instincts, it’s peacefulIn order to get that peace, focus on the right kind of pace of life.Stop striving, start listening.Mentioned Resources:https://www.thepowerfulman.com/apply/https://www.thepowerfulman.com/bonushttps://www.thepowerfulman.comConversations with GodConnectGet rewards and support Men’s Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook Community Follow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Money Mindset Series with PaulTODAYS TOPIC: How to set your money goals.Connect to Paul's property networking group: http://bit.ly/PINANZBonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
Dr. Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg PsyD, RPC, MPCC-S, DAAETS, ACS is the founding partner, and director of clinical services at William & Associates Consultant Services. Her expertise is in psychology and counseling. She has an extensive and unusual experience with men and men’s issues including academic failure, ADHD, PTSD, complex trauma, intimate partner violence, depression, anxiety and life transitions. Today, Dr. Susannah-Joy talks us through how her work with men started, how working with male patients are different from working with female ones, and the considerations and adjustments she does as a therapist to meet her patients’ needs.Episode Takeaways:Finding the right therapist is not always easy, but you have to find one that you will have a good relationship with and one that you personally can trust.The stigma on masculinity is one of the reasons why men cannot seek help and/or refuse to be vulnerable.Men should learn to detach themselves from public opinion and go for what they know what’s right for them.Mentioned Resources:William & Associates Consultant Services – Dr. Susannah-Joy’s clinicCalm App and The Mask You Live In – Resources Dr. Susannah-Joy recommendsEmotional Intelligence – Book that Dr. Susannah-Joy and her husband assigns to their clientsConnect Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I’m not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Ryan Heffernan, a highly-regarded Australian author and journalist. His latest work is the Clown & I: Riding the Wildling Spirit — A Bipolar Memoir, a confronting exploration of Ryan's magical and magnetic life with bipolar disorder.Ryan uses writing to explore the beauty of people confronting life-changing situations. Together, Ryan and Paul have a straight up conversation about mental health, mind health, and bipolar disorderEpisode Takeaways:Having a diagnosis doesn't mean your life will go all bad — there's always going to be something to look forward to.Regardless of your diagnosis, never forget that you are still a human being.We have to understand that no person is on the same journey.Mentioned Resources: Clown & I: Riding the Wildling Spirit — A Bipolar Memoir - Ryan's book On Writing by Charles Bukowski - Ryan's recommended resource Creative Love & Fatherhood Catastrophes - Ryan's articleJoin our Community, ask questions, share feedbackComment on the show-notesEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Connect with me:Subscribe to The ManBits Podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Android.Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramDisclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Time to set your intention - what do you want to achieve in the next 12 months?Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook CommunityJoin the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
Money Mindset Series with PaulTODAYS TOPIC: Perception of MoneyBonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.Connect to Paul's property networking group: http://bit.ly/PINANZConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
Richard Kaufman is known as "The Comeback Coach" for all the work he is doing with helping veterans and people in general to overcome their addictions to drugs and alcohol.Richard now is the General Managers of the most successful GNC in NJ. He spends his remaining time with public speaking, writing his new book and helping thousands to get control over their life and become the best version of themselves possible. He hosts weekly live videos on his Facebook page, with thousands of followers and also spends a lot of time bringing awareness to all of the daily suicides that are affecting our veterans and society in general.Key Takeaways:Don't take anybody for granted because they can't be there any longer.Have an attitude of gratitude.There is a difference between hearing and listening.The learning doesn't stop until after the education.Things happen for you not to you.Mentioned Resources:Richard's podcastRichard's TwitterRichard's WebsiteThe Hero's Journey by Richard Kaufman (soon to be published)
Dillon Dhanecha is an Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and the founder of Legacy Makers. He’s a technical analyst and economist by vocation. His success came about through his vital energy and put into everything he does.He trains people globally and has been sharing his knowledge to aspiring wealth creators who want to be knowledgeable about the Financial habits and Economic environment situation to be able to increase their Cash-flow for personal income, have a social impact and humanitarian influence.In this episode, we talk about Dillon’s perspectives about how to handle everything during economic crisis, what’s his philosophy and how he lives his life.Access the FREE course delivered by Dillon by clicking here:https://legacymakers.clickfunnels.com/registerMentioned Resources:Website: https://www.legacymakers.global/https://legacymakers.clickfunnels.com/registerFacebook: Legacy MakersConnect:Follow @themanbits on InstagramFollow @themanbits on FacebookFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterDisclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not qualified to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.
The Value of Goal Setting and some quick techniques to achieve them Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook CommunityJoin the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
4 x Actions you can take to guarantee success with your goals. Bonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook CommunityJoin the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
Money Mindset Series with PaulTODAYS TOPIC: How to get started from scratch with Investing Connect to Paul's property networking group: http://bit.ly/PINANZBonus content delivered weekly. Life coaching tips, podcast reviews, letters from our listeners, a thought or epiphany from the week.ConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.None of this content should be considered professional financial advice and we always recommend seeking appropriate advice from a professional before investing.
Rob Moore is a triple best- selling Property Author, public speaker, entrepreneur, and multi-million- pound Property Investor. He co- founded the UK’s biggest property education company Progressive Property in 2006 with Mark Homer and has since helped over 100,000 entrepreneurs towards achieving the same, including consulting for many established Multi-millionaires and keynoting at some of the UK’s most important business events.Episode Takeaways:Life is too short not to do what you loveFailure is a prerequisite to successWe need fear to keep us aliveIf you don't risk anything, you risk everythingMentioned Resources:Money: Know More, Make More, Give MoreRob's websiteConnectGet rewards and support Men’s Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook Community Follow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Dr. Shan Hussain, the bestselling author of the book, The Big Prescription helps individuals, business leaders, and corporations to eliminate the debilitating effects of stress through groundbreaking wellness programs. Dr. Shan has been a medical doctor for the last 17 years — spent his first 7 years as a doctor working in hospital medicine and as a GP for the last 10 years. He has training in NLP, coaching, and healing. Today, Dr. Shan talks about balancing the 3 principles of enduring health, and why pills and potions might not be the only solution to living a life of well-being, energy, vitality, and performance.Episode Takeaways:2-3 small lifestyle adjustments can become a huge game changer in your health.Look at different ways to connect with others better.Taking care of yourself is never selfish.Mentioned Resources:Shan Hussain – Shan’s websiteThe Big Prescription – Shan’s bookThe Power of Now, The Inside-Out Revolution, and Tools of Titans – Shan’s recommended resourcesConnectGet rewards and support Men's Health: Become a Patron of The ManBits Join our growing MBP Facebook Community Join the Facebook PageFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
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Podcast Details

Started
Nov 23rd, 2017
Latest Episode
Nov 13th, 2019
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
109
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes
Explicit
No

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