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Being A Better Man is a program primarily for men, focused on the character of men. The whole idea is to identify those things about us that could use improvement It is a journey he hopes to inspire other men to join him on.

The regular episode will be released every Monday. It will be a mix of solo episodes and interviews with relevant guests. On Wednesdays Alf will share a true story from his strange and interesting life, and then discuss the moral of the story, or lesson learned.

Every episode produced here at Being A Better man will be aligned and relevant to the mission of the show, so now prepare to have your thoughts provoked Listen on Apple Podcasts. It has been almost three whole months since I have released a new podcast.

The last episode, number went live on September 18th. Since then my life got a little crazy and I had some unfortunate technical challenges to overcome. During this three month Hiatus I have made a lot of observations, I have gained many insights, and I have continued on the path of being a better man than I was yesterday. I plan to share these insights with you in upcoming episodes.

Today however, for my first episode back in a while we have a special guest who is going to share his personal story with us. This interview has been scheduled for about three months as well. Now thankfully, that issue is resolved and and I am finally able to share this inspiring interview with you. This week I got a letter from a listener named Kyle. Kyle was wondering if I would talk about something specific, that being; overcoming failure in your life.

The kind of failure Kyle was talking about is the same kind of failure each of us have experienced in one way or another. The kinds of things that make you feel regret about who you are and what kind of man you are being. I have said before on this show that I continue to learn from my father, he continues to be my mentor and my example of what manhood is.

Now, being in the presence of these two brothers during this experience has made that statement even more true. At 55 years old I still have so much to learn from my elders. You still have much to learn. We all still have so much to learn and the ones to teach us are those who have already gone through it. So I encourage everyone to seek out the wisdom of men older than you. Wether they are family, a neighbor, or someone you meet on the street—take the time to hear them.

Take advantage of their stories and experience and put it to work in your own life. Utilizing the experience, wisdom, and knowledge of men older than you is a very effective human strategy, it has been working since our species began. Today I will be making a very pointed observation about something going on right now. If it offends you, you are free to never listen to me again.

If it offends you, then you are obviously not aligned with the message this podcast offers. I spent several years of my life with no adventures. I was too involved in the rat race. I was too busy working to take the time to explore and discover. Looking back I think that was a mistake. This is something I have dealt with personally in my life. Many, many men I know have also dealt with it. My own son is still dealing with it right now and I just got a letter from a long time listener named Tom where he told me about the struggles he is going through regarding access to his children.

Short episodes packed with unbelievable actionable advice. And if you're not compelled to act on the advice in each each episode then you have issues! Today I listened to "why men gossip" and because of the actions advised in this episode, I will be a better man tomorrow! Thanks so much to this guy for his work - he's now a brother from another mother. Apple Podcasts Preview. Customer Reviews See All. Recycle Bin. FPT Labs. BBC World Service. Rabbit Hole. The New York Times. The Scaredy Cats Horror Show.

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Today, a huge story shifted for me. I was talking with my dad on the phone about how I was having difficulty with stepping back from this mindset that was demanding everything be as close to perfection as possible. But with new things I was trying to accomplish, there was this mindset that kept on coming back in that would constantly throw me off course or stall my movement forward. He then told me this story about an old business partner of his and a slogan that was used over and over again to measure success.

Time moved slow and deliberate without the hindrance of television, cell phones or video games. Conversation filled the sidewalks along main street spilling out into the street.

Being A Better Man is a program primarily for men, focused on the character of men. The whole idea is to identify those things about us that could use improvement It is a journey he hopes to inspire other men to join him on. The regular episode will be released every Monday.

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