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The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

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The Art of Manliness Podcast aims to deepen and improve every area of a man's life, from fitness and philosophy, to relationships and productivity. Engaging and edifying interviews with some of the world's most interesting doers and thinkers drop the fluff and filler to glean guests' very best, potentially life-changing, insights.
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The Discipline of Manliness

Discipline of Manliness

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This podcast is about becoming a better man, and continually growing in all things masculinity. We'll pursue growth in all aspects: spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical, and relational. If you want to grow as a man and show up in a way that you never have before, join us here in the Discipline of Manliness.
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The Mouth Of Manliness with Nick, Worgie and guestsTalking mental health, well being and everything under the sun.Expect tears and laughter as we share real stories with real people. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Path to Manliness

Path to Manliness

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Seeking masculinity in a feminized society. Self-improvement for men looking to better themselves through embracing hardship and challenge. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pathtomanliness/support
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As compared to mothers, fathers are sometimes thought of as a secondary, almost superfluous, parent. But my guest says that fathers actually saved the human race, and continue to do so today. Anna Machin is an evolutionary anthropologist, a pioneer of fatherhood science, and the author of The Life of Dad. Today on the show, we talk about the role o…
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As compared to mothers, fathers are sometimes thought of as a secondary, almost superfluous, parent. But my guest says that fathers actually saved the human race, and continue to do so today. Anna Machin is an evolutionary anthropologist, a pioneer of fatherhood science, and the author of Life Of Dad. Today on the show, we talk about the role of fa…
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On today's A Quiet Life podcast we I discuss "An Autobiography of Davy Crockett." Based in part on Davy Crockett’s own writings, this is the true story about one of America’s most iconic historical figures. From his days as a scout for Andrew Jackson during the war of 1812, his time as a Congressman for the state of Tennessee, and his eventual deat…
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In this episode I talk about my experience at a recent prayer breakfast I attended and our discussion about Jonathan in 1 Samuel 14. Jonathan was a son of the king of Israel, and he boldly stepped out in faith and made a huge impact on his nation, and ultimately impacted many men to step up in their lives and better fulfill the roles God was callin…
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Everyone has heard about the incredible benefits that come to mind, body, and spirit from having strong relationships. The quality of our social ties has a huge impact on our physical and mental health and our overall feeling of flourishing. Yet many people still struggle to create these strong relationships in their lives, and often figure that th…
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Everyone has heard about the incredible benefits that come to mind, body, and spirit from having strong relationships. The quality of our social ties has a huge impact on our physical and mental health and our overall feeling of flourishing. Yet many people still struggle to create these strong relationships in their lives, and often figure that th…
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Subscriber-only episode On today's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Pastor Troy Gramling who has led Potential Church for over two decades. His journey as a pastor is characterized by an unwavering commitment to his vision, fueled by a passion and a mission to partner with people to reach their God potential to impact the world for good. To le…
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On today's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Pastor Troy Gramling who has led Potential Church for over two decades. His journey as a pastor is characterized by an unwavering commitment to his vision, fueled by a passion and a mission to partner with people to reach their God potential to impact the world for good. To learn more about Troy Gram…
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On today's Out In The Garage episode we continue our walk through the book of Philippians taking a look at the unsung heroes of Scripture. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global community of men who help support PoM join The Herd: https://www.thepursuitofmanliness.com/join-the-herd Secure your spot at our Fall Men's Retreat: https://www.…
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On D-Day, June 6, 1944, 160,000 troops participated in the invasion of Normandy. Today just a few thousand of these veterans are still alive, with the youngest in their late nineties. As their voices, and those of the million combatants and leaders who swept into motion across Europe 80 years ago, fall silent and pass from living history, Garrett G…
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On D-Day, June 6, 1944, 160,000 troops participated in the invasion of Normandy. Today just a few thousand of these veterans are still alive, with the youngest in their late nineties. As their voices, and those of the million combatants and leaders who swept into motion across Europe 80 years ago, fall silent and pass from living history, Garrett G…
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On today's A Quiet Life podcast we discuss how easy it is to go through life with the proverbial "Garage Door Down." I uses the garage door to illustrate a time where I chose to put the door down instead of dealing with a problem that was right in front of me. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global community of men who help support PoM j…
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In this episode, I go over 5 big lessons I've learned over 10 years of marriage. Wendy, my wife, and I just celebrated our 10 year anniversary. I have made plenty of mistakes in marriage, and I share with you 5 of my biggest takeaways from my 10 years of marriage, and how you can start a relationship or marriage out so much stronger than I did by i…
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Over a decade ago, I remember reading a story that stuck with me. I think it was connected to the famous Harvard Study on Adult Development that studied a group of men across their lifetimes, but I can no longer find the reference. A much-beloved doctor, upon his retirement, was given a notebook filled with letters of praise and appreciation from h…
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On today's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Dr. George Barna, the Director of Research and cofounder of the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University. He is also an ACU professor, focusing on worldview assessment and development, and cultural transformation. He was the founder and leader of the Barna Group, a research company th…
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Subscriber-only episode On today's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Dr. George Barna, the Director of Research and cofounder of the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University. He is also an ACU professor, focusing on worldview assessment and development, and cultural transformation. He was the founder and leader of the Barna Grou…
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On today's Out In The Garage episode we continue our walk through the book of Philippians by discussing the value of discipleship. Paul has two men with him, one he is going to send to Philippi and another he says not yet. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global community of men who help support PoM join The Herd: https://www.thepursuitof…
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of the book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig. It's a peculiar book, especially for a bestseller. Not a lot of it is actually about zen or motorcycle maintenance, it combines a travelogue, a father/son story, and philosophical musings, and the structure of its narratio…
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On today's A Quiet Life podcast we take a look at Jacob's wrestling match with the Lord in Genesis 32 and what we can take from it when it come to our own walk with God. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global community of men who help support PoM join The Herd: https://www.thepursuitofmanliness.com/join-the-herd Secure your spot at our F…
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Note: This is a rebroadcast. Matthew Dicks wears a lot of hats. Among other things, he’s a storyteller, communications consultant, writer, and schoolteacher. In order to excel in his professional life, as well as do what he loves in his personal life, he’s developed a set of strategies that help him be more creative and productive, and can be used …
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Subscriber-only episode On this week's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Josh Smith, Pastor of Prince Avenue Baptist Church and Author of "The Titus Ten: Foundations for Godly Manhood." Josh was on episode 264 of the podcast talking about his book, but today we dive into the conversation deeper while taking a look at the complimentary study tha…
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On this week's PoM podcast I sat down and spoke with Josh Smith, Pastor of Prince Avenue Baptist Church and Author of "The Titus Ten: Foundations for Godly Manhood." Josh was on episode 264 of the podcast talking about his book, but today we dive into the conversation deeper while taking a look at the complimentary study that he has put together. T…
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On today's Out In The Garage episode we continue our walk through the book of Philippians by taking at look the instruction Paul gave to the church when it came to their behavior and character. We also ask the question if we could have handled instruction like that if it was directly given to us. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global co…
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There are a lot of unspoken challenges and hidden battles that men face in modern society. They often manifest themselves in a uniquely male malaise where a man feels apathetic, frustrated, cynical, and lost. Jon Tyson has thought a lot about the problems men face and has been on the ground trying to help them as a pastor in New York City. In today…
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On today's A Quiet Life podcast we consider what it means and looks like to receive a Baton of Faith. For many men this was not the case so they are the first one, if we are going to run then let's run well and set up those after us to do the same. To get more PoM Podcast content and join a global community of men who help support PoM join The Herd…
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In this episode, I interview Brant Hansen. Brant Hansen is an author, nationally syndicated radio host, and advocate for healing children through CURE International. His first book, Unoffendable, has prompted a national discussion on the idea of forgiveness, and our culture’s embrace of self-righteous anger. His second book, both provocative and ve…
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General George S. Patton is known for his aggressive, action-oriented tactical brilliance. His character was also marked by a lesser-known but equally fundamental mystic piety. Those two qualities would come together in the lead up to and execution of Patton's greatest achievement during WWII: the relief of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge. …
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