049: Accepting Our Changing Bodies – Elliott Kronenfeld

Guys just don’t want to admit our changing bodies. We continue to try to do the stuff we did in our 20’s, 30’s and wonder why our changing bodies won’t follow us into those places any longer. We become stubborn, ignore stuff, and before we know it, our changing bodies are saying screw you. What…

048: Getting clarity in the crap of life – Mike Kim

What happens when you wake up and realize that your marriage isn’t working, but you don’t hate each other – and there is clarity. Then you realize you need to feel security, so you move back to family – and there is clarity. And finally, you begin to realize you need to spread your wings…

042: Being Your Badass Self – Lou Bortone

He went from introvert to being his own version of a badass. So what caused the change? He realized that being fully expressed was more important than hiding behind a shadow of pleasing everyone else, just to not attract attention. Lou Bortone, the “Godfather of Video Marketing,” joins me with a candid talk about not…

Why being a PREP whore is a good thing – Damon L. Jacobs

He’s a WHORE, for PREP. A wonderful human offering responsible education about the use of PREP to prevent transmission of the HIV virus. He’s not afraid to talk about it, the use of it, nor to talk about why he uses it. He’s owning his sexual truth, sexual practices, and why feels freedom to be…

Stop and push the Pause Button – Darren Tipton

You’re a guy who’s found your passion. You pursue it with a loving vengeance. You feel alive and on a roll. Then that roll leads you to realize, “If I don’t chill pill, push the pause button, and step back from life, I’m going to die!” Ever felt that way? I have and it isn’t…

312: Uncloseted Riff and Rant – Getting Back In The Habit

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. I can preach the “make your bold move” message, but even I at times need to be told to eat my own dog food. That’s precisely what I did this week. Started eating my own dog food and resurrecting a past, good for me habit. But boy oh boy did it take…