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MMC 69: Glory - Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
Josh Hatcher of Manlihood.com talks about GLORY - what does it mean to have and to seek glory. Men, live in such a way that your presence is felt. You can walk into a room and carry an air about you that is noticed and appreciated. That's what it means to have glory. This was originally featured on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZGHc6T9wq4 Find out more at http://manlihood.com and http://joshhatcher.com   Brought to you by: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions - http://hatchermedia.net Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Hanks, Beard Oil, and Gear Death to Tyrants Apparel  - Rebelliously Patriotic Tees - http://deathtotyrantsapparel.com 
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July 30, 2019
MMC 68: The Forge Men's Weekend - Sign Up Now | Manlihood ManCast
  THE FORGE MEN’S WEEKEND 2019 August 24, 2019 @ 6:00 am – August 26, 2019 @ 2:00 pmCamp Penuel, Eldred, PA Buy Tickets ARE YOU READY TO BE FORGED? Join us for THE FORGE: Men’s Weekend August 23-25th 2019. It’s time to us men to fan the flames, and shape our lives to be stronger, bolder, wiser, and better connected with a brotherhood of men. We’ll be staying at Camp Penuel in Eldred, PA AT THE FORGE MEN’S WEEKEND 2019, YOU CAN EXPECT: Life changing workshops Fun Physical and Mental Challenges Skeet Shooting, Axe Throwing, and other Manly Fun Powerful conversations with intentional men Forging lifelong friendships Rustic lodging with amazing scenery in the heart of the PA Wilds Campfires … who doesn’t love campfires? FOR ONLY $99 *This event is designed for men 18 and up. 16 and up may attend if accompanied with a parent or legal guardian. Buy Tickets
03:55
July 23, 2019
MMC 67: Setting Your Intention - Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood ManCast - Josh Hatcher of Manlihood.com talks about setting your intention - the power in saying that you will do something. Josh recently lost 100 pounds, and talks about that journey, and what that looks like for men like you. This was originally featured on our Youtube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMqFhPGd9G0 Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our other projects! Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions - http://hatchermedia.net Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Hanks, Beard Oil, and Gear Death to Tyrants Apparel  - Rebelliously Patriotic Tees - http://deathtotyrantsapparel.com
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July 23, 2019
MMC 66: Invictus | The Manlihood ManCast
 Invictus William Ernest Henley - 1849-1903 Out of the night that covers me,      Black as the Pit from pole to pole,    I thank whatever gods may be      For my unconquerable soul.    In the fell clutch of circumstance    I have not winced nor cried aloud.    Under the bludgeonings of chance      My head is bloody, but unbowed.    Beyond this place of wrath and tears      Looms but the Horror of the shade,  And yet the menace of the years      Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.    It matters not how strait the gate,      How charged with punishments the scroll,    I am the master of my fate:   I am the captain of my soul. ------------------------------- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our partners: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.  
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June 20, 2019
MMC 65 - Relationship Tips to Save You Heartache - Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
 In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher tells us 5 relationships tips to save you a world of heartache. Quick relationship tips that will save you a world of heartache. 1. She is not your whole world.  I know we like to say that because it sounds poetic, and it kind of feels like it. But don't let her be your whole world. Make sure you have some good friends, and that you MAINTAIN those friendships (particularly with other men who build you up). Make sure you have some things that you can do without her. If you wrap your whole identity around her, you're going to be in trouble if you encounter any problems. 2. You will have problems.  You're either committed to work through them, or you are not. Make up your mind on the matter now. 3. Each of you is sovereign  Even though there is certainly an element of "submission" to each other involved in marriage - she submits to you - you lay down your life for her (just read ephesians) -- it's especially important to understand that each of you is sovereign. She has a right to her feelings and frustrations, as much as you do. You can't get butthurt if she sees things from a different perspective, or if she prefers miracle whip to mayo. (I know - that's probably a dealbreaker) Recognizing and acknowledging her sovereignty, as well as your own will allow you both to understand your value. 4. She doesn't owe you anything.  You bought her dinner? She doesn't have to sleep with you. You went to work for 16 hours? She doesn't OWE you clean dishes. YES. It's helpful for you to have arrangements and clear expectations of each other. But don't think for a minute that love is transactional. You can't purchase or earn affection. No one is indebted to give love to the other. Love is given as a free gift, or it's not love at all. 5. You teach people how you want them to treat you. If you tolerate disrespect, and if you give disrespect, you'll get disrespect. You must set clear expectations of the behavior and communication you want to receive from them, and patiently correct them when they deliver something different.  Complaining, insults, intentionally hurtful words create a spiraling effect. One of you offers them up, the other retaliates. Don't expect her to show respect if you don't. And if she doesn't - rather than retaliate- calmly correct it and get to the root of why she's feeling that way. Do it humbly. You very well might be the root of it. You don't have to tolerate verbally abusive and hurtful language. But if there are patterns established, it will take patience to change those patterns. Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our partners: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
05:42
June 10, 2019
Rise X Up 6: D-Day - Josh Hatcher
  75 years ago, 73,000 American heroes prepared to change the world. Loaded down with 100 pounds of gear and ammo, soldiers were dumped on the shore of France, sprayed with salt water and German lead. In the chaos, thousands of Allied troops fell. It wasn’t one of those victories that felt good. It was a sacrifice made for a greater good-- knocking out a genocidal tyrant with a massive army bent on world domination. D-Day wasn’t the end of the war. It wasn’t the day that brought ticker-tape parades and sailors kissing nurses in the streets. Rather, it was a battle that turned the tide of the war. Up until that day, a world controlled by Nazis was a very real possibility. D-Day means “Decision Day.” The battle at Normandy marked the day of decisive victory in World War II. Before the battle, General Dwight D Eisenhower remarked, “This operation is not being planned with any alternatives. This operation is planned as a victory, and that's the way it's going to be. We're going down there, and we're throwing everything we have into it, and we're going to make it a success."  As we celebrate this anniversary, I want to salute the heroism of the men who risked and gave it all that day to secure liberty for us all. D-Day has another significance for me personally. Read the full posts here: D-Day My Own Personal D-Day ----------------------------------------- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our partners: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.  
12:53
June 5, 2019
Rise X Up 5 : Breaking Chains - Josh Hatcher
My little brother had a really awesome toy when we were kids.  MY PET MONSTER. It was almost as big as he was, covered in blue fur, with glow in the dark teeth and a big warty nose. He came with an awesome accessory – a set of rubber shackles with a plastic chain between them. There was a false link in the middle, that would pop loose with a little force. We would play cops and robbers, and take turns being arrested. Then, we’d “hulk out” and break off the shackles and run away. YOU’LL NEVER CATCH ME, COPPER!
05:32
May 27, 2019
Rise X Up 4: Pet Sematary (Sometimes Dead is Better) Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
“The soil of a man’s heart is stonier; a man grows what he can and tends it.” Jud Crandall - Stephen King’s Pet Sematary Growing up like most kids in the 80s and 90s,  I had an obsession with Stephen King. He would write these great stories. A group of average kids, or a family living a normal life in a small town would have an encounter with darkness or have to do battle with evil. Find out more at http://manlihood.com
05:18
May 22, 2019
Rise X Up 3: Toxic - Josh Hatcher | Manlihood
Josh Hatcher talks about the worst thing that happened to him as a boy, and about overcoming the toxicity of our thoughts.
08:38
May 14, 2019
Rise X Up 2 - Resurrection (Out of the Grave) - Josh Hatcher | Ironmill | Manlihood
Josh Hatcher talks about what Resurrection means, and about men rising up from their own "graves." Find out more at http://manlihood.com/rise-x-up
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May 8, 2019
MMC 64 - Dirty Sponge | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
Josh talks about how we are to react to trouble and trials.
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May 7, 2019
Rise X Up 1: LAUNCH | Ironmill | Manlihood
Josh Hatcher of Manlihood.com and Lou Costa of Ironmill get together to launch RISE X UP - a 12 week journey for men to be challenged in STRENGTH, FREEDOM, BROTHERHOOD, and RESURRECTION. Find out more at http://manlihood.com/rise-x-up
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May 2, 2019
MMC 63 - We've All Got Scars | Manlihood ManCast - Podcoin
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about SCARS. We've all got scars. Words that were said to you when you were young... Things you saw that you should never have seen... Lifelong consequences from stupid decisions, whether ours or someone else's... Men, make sure that they are SCARS not WOUNDS. If you keep finding that you are sensitive about certain things, held back by the same unreasonable fears, or that you keep making the same bad decisions repeatedly, or that you have habits you just can't quit.... chances are good that you have a wound that never healed right. It's not a scar, it's a wound or an infection. Get it cleaned out and get it healed. If that means you need to get some professional help, to talk to a trusted friend about it, or whatever - the only person that can make the decision to get that part of your life healed is you. A scar shows you've been through the process. An overly sensitive attitude, a destructive habit, a fearful mindset just show that you have a wound you need to work on. CHECK OUT RISE X UP --- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our other brands: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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April 30, 2019
MMC 62 - Don't follow me | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher tells us why he doesn’t want you to follow him. Who do you think you are? How can a fat guy making peanuts tell me how to live my life? Why should I take advice from the guy that doesn't look or act nearly as manly as I do? That Hatcher guy isn't manly at all! What gives him the right to say that? I think about these kinds of questions a lot. Fortunately - none of you mutter them out loud... though I'm sure those questions may occasionally bounce around in your heads. I'm not here to tell you how to be rich. I'm not here to tell you how to be healthy. I'm not here to tell you how to do anything from a position of superiority. --- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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April 23, 2019
MMC 61 - Deal with your crap | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher says you have to deal with your crap, and tells you how he dealt with his. Deal with your crap. A while back,  I had to deal with a sewer problem. Digging out a trench to move the crap so I could get to the pipe. I was covered in crap. I took a shower and got out and while drying off, I still smelled crap. It was gross. And I had to hop back in the shower again. I went to a funeral for an old friend  afew . He had a lot of pain. A lot of crap.He choose to numb that pain by drinking and drugging until his liver quit. Through his addiction, he pushed his family away and hurt them. I saw their grief as they choose to forgive him and to say goodbye. He didn't deal with his crap. So... I don't what kind of crap you guys are dealing with in your life... But make sure you deal with it! No one likes to deal with crap. But if you don't deal with it, it can make you sick and kill you. Deal with your crap. --- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our other projects: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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April 16, 2019
MMC 60 - No one can do it for you | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher says ONLY YOU can make the change. Nobody can do it for you. Yes. You may need help. But if you want your life to improve - YOU are the one that has to make the change. Nobody else can break an addiction for you. No one else can lose weight for you. No one else can love your wife for you. No one else can be DAD to your kids for you. FATHERLESSNESS STATISTICS - http://fathers.com/statistics-and-research/the-consequences-of-fatherlessness/ No one else can improve you. No one else can get your finances under control. It's OKAY to ask for help and advice - but if you keep doing the same things you've always done - you're gonna get what you've always got! So - with that in mind, gentlemen, WHAT do you need to DO right now, to make life better? Do you need HELP or ADVICE? What CHANGES do you have to make in order to take your next steps? Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our other projects! Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
13:02
April 9, 2019
MMC 59 | The Blame Game | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
“If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn't sit for a month.”  ― Theodore Roosevelt Stop playing the blame game. Replace it with taking responsibility The buck stops here. You are the only one who can change you. And you are the only one you can change. As a man you are a leader - that means even more responsibility. "any team, in any organization, all responsibility for success and failure rests with the leader. The leader must own everything in his or her world. There is no one else to blame. The leader must acknowledge mistakes and admit failures, take ownership of them, and develop a plan to win."  — Jocko Willink (Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win) "Implementing Extreme Ownership requires checking your ego and operating with a high degree of humility. Admitting mistakes, taking ownership, and developing a plan to overcome challenges are integral to any successful team."  — Jocko Willink (Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win)
11:55
March 19, 2019
MMC 57 | Understanding Gentlemen | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
What it means to be a gentleman The word gentleman has more connotations than it does definitions. It is important to clearly define what it means to be a gentleman, and to rid our minds of the mixed up messages we have often attached to the word. I remember as a boy, well-meaning women teachers would use the word “gentlemen” to try to convince a class full of rowdy boys to sit still and be quiet. Some boys, enthralled by the compliment of being referred to as “men” compiled. Most boys, offended at being called “gentle” didn’t comply. I was often in the second category. The word also conjures a cartoonish picture of a gentlemen of the Victorian era, in suit and bow tie, with a monocle and his hair parted in the middle. He is not Popeye, Fred Flintstone or Yosemite Sam. He isn’t heroic or strong. He responds to tough circumstances with fear, or at best, really bad boxing form. To this caricature, being gentle means being week. To be a gentleman is not about being proper or mannered, or pedigreed or less likely to fight. To be a gentlemen means to have honor… we give things and people the proper value, and treat them in a way that shows honor to their value. That means showing courtesy and politeness when it matters. That means showing respect where it is due. That means treating people with kindness, and in some cases tenderness. It also means defending that honor when sometime shows dishonor.  To be a gentleman is a choice to live in a way that shows honor, and return then deserves honor. ----------------- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our partners: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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March 12, 2019
MMC 58 | Sprung: Reinvigorating Your Life | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about reinvigorating our lives this springtime. Spring is in the air. The smell of mud and the opening of tree buds just seems to wake up not only the world outside our windows, but it seems to awaken something in us. Men, let’s take advantage of the natural cycle of the universe to reinvigorate our lives! Spring is here. It’s time for a renewal. Why not take this time to renew yourself as well? Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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March 5, 2019
MMC 56 | Love Your Wife More Than You Love Yourself | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher tells us how to love our wives more than we love ourself. LISTEN to find out more! Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
13:40
February 26, 2019
MMC 55 | Dehibernate: Waking your inner Grizzly | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about what it means to wake your inner grizzly. Nature itself is going through a reset – the days are getting longer, the flowers and buds are forming on the trees, and mammalian creatures as awakening from their winter slumber. As spring nears, you may find yourself still a little groggy from winter, and your inner grizzly may need some awakening. Men, let’s look at how we can shake off the winter sleep and get ourselves ready to growl, eat fish, and maul hikers… err… something. ---------- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our other brands! Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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February 19, 2019
MMC 52 | Leadership Isn't a Dirty Word | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher tells us why LEADERSHIP isn’t a dirty word. The word LEADERSHIP sometimes seems to have a negative connotation attached. It’s not a dirty word – and it’s a skill that can make a man and his surroundings better. --- Leadership really isn’t a dirty word - and I am sure you already knew that. Truth is - everyone of us has influence with someone- and leadership at its very core is influence. Let’s strive to be better leaders in all areas. Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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February 17, 2019
MMC 54 - You Are In Charge Of What You Let In Your Home - Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
  In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about what it means to be a Gatekeeper. Men have a special role in their families that they often neglect. There are outside forces that influence your families – and what comes into your home needs to go through you. You are the keeper of the gate – the man who determines what influences are allowed to pass through. Media / Mindsets /.Mouths / Math  - As the Gatekeeper in your home - all of these things have to get by you. It’s up to you to draw lines, keep the riff raff out, and to protect your family from harmful influences on the outside, and from harmful attitudes and behaviours on the inside. Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.  
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February 12, 2019
MMC 53 | A Question of When | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about the question of WHEN. It’s really a question of when. When to be vulnerable / when to be tough. If you’ve listened to my other podcasts, you know I’m not a fan of the word vulnerable. I prefer authenticity. But that’s another episode, and you can go listen to it yourself. For the sake of clarity - let’s use the use the word vulnerable. When should you be vulnerable, and show your weaknesses, and how does that contrast to when you should steel your resolve and show your strength? I think it’s important to have a trusted circle of people who see and know your struggles and your vulnerabilities. Even men need a friend they can cry with on a very rare occasion. You don’t have to trust EVERYBODY. But you should be working on building the kind of relationships that support your vulnerabilities.  Think about a Danish Shield Wall on the battlefield. They’re all pretty exposed from behind, but they work together to fend off attackers. Sometimes, you have to suck it up. You have to put the emotion and the weakness on the shelf, and face the battles head on. Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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February 5, 2019
MMC 49 | No More Mr. Nice Guy | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about the difference between Nice and Kind. There is a difference between being "nice" and being "kind." I'd rather be "kind" than be "nice." Kindness is intentional and outward. It takes courage to be kind. It takes action and it doesn't always do what everyone else wants. Niceness is passive, and receptive. It doesn't take effort, and it doesn't require action. It doesn't rock the boat. They may seem like subtle differences, but the mindset between being "nice" and being "kind" are very different. People frequently describe me as a “nice guy.” But I don’t think they understand the difference. You don’t have to be a pushover. You don’t have to keep your mouth shut when someone needs to hear the truth. You don’t have to always be agreeable and compliant. It’s okay to stand up for yourself, and others. It’s okay to fight for what’s right. It’s also okay to treat people with kindness, and respect, and to go out of your way to smile and show love to people. This does not indicate weakness, or submission. Finding this balance, I believe is the key that unlocks many many things. --- Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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January 22, 2019
MMC 51 | Things You Need To Know About Being a Dad | Josh Hatcher | Manlihood ManCast
  In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher tells us what you need to know about being a dad. Got kids? Listen, to father a child is simple. Anyone with the right equipment can impregnate a woman. But that does not mean that fatherhood is simple. There’s a few things you need to know about being a dad. 1. This matters. A lot.  https://thefatherlessgeneration.wordpress.com/statistics/ 2. Don’t just BE there, BE INVOLVED 3. Discipline equals freedom 4. This is hard. 5. But it’s worth it. 6. If you wait till you’re ready, you never will. 7. You have to choose.   Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Want more posts on Fatherhood? Welcome to Daddyhood Part 1 Welcome to Daddyhood Part 2 Welcome to Daddyhood Part 3 Welcome to Daddyhood Part 4 Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.  
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January 15, 2019
MMC 50 | Wild | Josh Hatcher | The Manlihood Mancast
More at Manlihood.com In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about what it means to be WILD. To be wild, to hear the heartbeat of nature, to feel the rush of adrenal strength, to drink from the fresh air and howl at the moon – these are things that are embedded into men. The Call Men are wild, mighty, and fierce. Yet our culture wraps silky ropes around our necks, and shaves our faces, and trims our nails. The wildman isn’t quite socially acceptable. It’s not okay to have dirt under your fingernails, or to kill your own dinner. We don’t have to reject civilization entirely, there is a time and a place for manners and polite conversation and neckties and cologne. But I believe that all men, even the dandier, fluffier ones, have a call – drums beating in the distance – that beckons them into the wild. “But especially he loved to run in the dim twilight of the summer midnights, listening to the subdued and sleepy murmurs of the forest, reading signs and sounds as a man may read a book, and seeking for the mysterious something that called — called, waking or sleeping, at all times, for him to come.” ― Jack London, The Call of the Wild Fury. Sometimes, yes. Wild fury and righteous anger stirs up in the hearts of men. Driving them to action, to battle, to fight. Hopefully, it’s tempered with the code, with the order. Fury must be kept in check, and be used to propel justice, to free the oppressed, to protect. Tests of Strength. From the time boys are young, they enter contests, either alone or with their brothers, and their fathers – to see how strong they are. Wrestling, weightlifting, arm-wrestling, “bloody knuckles,” Chinese hot-hands, even thumb wrestling. This wild behavior may seem reminiscent of goats butting their heads against each other, or bears mawing at each other’s necks…. But it’s a part of who we are. We don’t necessarily outgrow it. And that rough and tumble tug-of-war helps shape us, helps bond us together, and helps remind us who we want on our side if there is a time to fight. The call of the wild pushes men to success. It drives men to be refreshed in nature. As long as we wrap it up in silk and lace and soap, it will still be there. “He was mastered by the sheer surging of life, the tidal wave of being, the perfect joy of each separate muscle, joint, and sinew in that it was everything that was not death, that it was aglow and rampant, expressing itself in movement, flying exultantly under the stars.” ― Jack London, The Call of the Wild “There is an ecstasy that marks the summit of life, and beyond which life cannot rise. And such is the paradox of living, this ecstasy comes when one is most alive, and it comes as a complete forgetfulness that one is alive. This ecstasy, this forgetfulness of living, comes to the artist, caught up and out of himself in a sheet of flame; it comes to the soldier, war-mad in a stricken field and refusing quarter; and it came to Buck, leading the pack, sounding the old wolf-cry, straining after the food that was alive and that fled swiftly before him through the moonlight.” ― Jack London, The Call of the Wild The Fire Something else that we’ve lost when our culture became civilized and pushed out the wild men – the fire. Today, we gather around the television and let people tell us stories, with the imagination already painted for us. Or we pretend to gather in virtual communities – typing with our thumbs and sending each other cat videos and poop emojis. But in the WILD – men gathered around a fire at the end of the evening. The fire cooked the food from the hunt. It kept the predators away. It kept the tribe warm. But more importantly than that, it united them. It gave them communion with each other, with the stories of their ancestors. They laughed, sang, and told stories while the little ones fell asleep in daddy’s lap. Generations later, we brought the fire from the outside to the inside, in stone hearths. Our tribes
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January 8, 2019
MMC 48 - How To Find A Good Woman - The Manlihood Mancast | Manlihood.com
A good woman is hard to find.  Or is she? In this episode of the Manlihood Mancast, Josh Hatcher talks about ten things you need to know about getting a good woman. Start by making yourself a better man Be satisfied in who you are without her Know what you want - Make a list Once a cheater, always a cheater Don’t date crazy Consider the source Intentionally and deliberately get to know her Guard your heart Be careful with commitment Friendship first Want to weigh in? Comment here, or log in to our private facebook group - The Manlihood Mancave to discuss this with other men! Interested in more Personal development for men? Check out our website at Manlihood.com for more info! Don’t forget to check out our sponsors: Hatcher Media - Creative Marketing Solutions | Graphic Design | Video Production | Web Design | Content and Social Marketing Honky EDC - Everyday Carry Essentials. Handkerchiefs, Beard Oils, and More.
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January 3, 2019
MMC 47 - Validation - The Manlihood ManCast
Josh read the poem "Validation" and talks about what it means to seek validation and honor from external sources versus an internal source. Validation Young man. Old man. Listen. You want validation. To have a rubber stamp on your forehead to confirm what you think is true. Ink on paper, in your skin. Knowing nods. Framed sheepskin. Lifted pickups. Listen, son. Listen. No man is an island. No man is a rock. I understand you want the whole to acknowledge you. To recognize you. To give you honor, even in the slightest. But no man can give you What must come from you. Father's fears cut deep. Mother's tears burn hot. Family ties that bind can be a blessing, or can hang heavy like a millstone. To the depths. To the depths. Listen, son. I'll tell you what you need to hear. Even if it is not what you want to hear. No words can impart what your own lips are due. Honor is sometimes bestowed upon a man. Like an olive wreath, a medal pinned chest-high, A “good job” or “atta-boy” thrown in for good measure. But that honor is cheap. Those who have received it know its worth. Often those with a shoulder pat, or a trophy case know the truth. The trinkets, the shiny silver badges, the lipstick marks on their cheek, are not the honor itself. Son. Your honor, your validation flows from a spring inside you. It bubbles over, born in determination… building pressure from discipline.. By the time it even sees sky, enough to glint in the sun and catch an eye, it has been guided along underground tunnels of consistency and persistence. Then, it flows out. Gets noticed. Gets recognized. “I just want someone to notice… to tell me I am what I am.” Son. Maybe you are not who you are, yet. All I can say is that if you want honor, you must recognize its source is in you. Clear the muddied well. Clean the paths of discipline. And do not stop. Say it. Out loud. So that your own ears can hear. “I am a man. I am enough. I am good. I will train myself. I will persist. I will be a victor.” Son. That is all the validation that you need.
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March 18, 2018
MMC 46 -Thoughts on Vulnerability vs Authenticity - The Manlihood ManCast
Josh Hatcher shares his thoughts about Vulnerability and Manhood - and offers a better solution.
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March 10, 2018
MMC 45- Lion or Lamb - Part 4 - How and When to Follow - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 45: Lion or Lamb - Part 4 - How and When to Follow We’ve often been told that men need to be the alpha. And this of course, relates to the idea that we need to be the most aggressive wolf (or lion) in the pack (or pride). They tell us to show now mercy, to build and demonstrate strength. To strive to lead at all costs. I don’t buy into the whole “alpha male” nonsense. What are we, animals? No. We are men! And men come in different strokes and sizes. If the whole pack of wolves was alpha… You know the pack would die right? There are different roles in the pack. And we are supposed to be better then the animals…. And they already know that everyone can’t be alpha! Sometimes, we need to live aggressively. Sometimes we need to lead the pack. But sometimes, we need to follow, to obey, to submit. To show compassion, to show mercy, to show love. Honestly, I think what we need more on this planet is more men that know when to lead, and when to follow. I think what we need in this world are men who don’t think of themselves higher than they are. Men who have the strength to fight and conquer, but the self-control to know when not to. Men who know when to lead and when to follow. http://www.manlihood.com/lion-or-lamb-how-and-when-to-follow/
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March 2, 2018
MMC 44 - Lion or Lamb- Part 3 - Gentleman Doesn’t Mean Pansy - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 44: Lion or Lamb: Part 3 - Gentleman Doesn’t Mean Pansy The word PANSY is often used to describe a weak man - but let’s make sure not to equate that title with the title of gentleman. My grandmother always told me that a pansy was actually a tough flower. It could stand against the cold, and grow in pretty adverse conditions… it still though has a reputation for being “girly” – and the flower’s name has been embedded culturally to imply weakness or a lack of masculinity. This civility does not erase the wild, passionate strength that lies in a man’s heart. A gentleman can hold his own in a bout of fisticuffs or fencing. He can heft a child on to his shoulders, pick up his bride to carry her over the threshhold, and defend the tender things he holds dear with ferocity and strength. My thoughts on this are two-fold. 1. Just because you wear a tie to work, or drive a minivan, or eat kale – does not exempt you from the wilder side of manhood. Make sure that you know how to defend yourself and the things and people you love. Make sure you keep your physical body strong and ready to perform. 2. Inversely, just because you are a strong and brave, do not neglect the tender touches needed in civilized life. Say Please and Thank you. Snuggle with your children. Read poetry. These things do not affect your ability to be manly. In fact, I believe they enhance them. http://www.manlihood.com/lion-or-lamb-gentleman-doesnt-mean-pansy/
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March 1, 2018
MMC 43- Lion or Lamb- Part 2 - Embracing Your Lionhood - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 43: Lion or Lamb: Part 2 - Embracing Your Lionhood - Manlihood ManCast “Truth be told, most of us are faking our way through life. We pick only those battles we are sure to win, only those adventures we are sure to handle, only those beauties we are sure to rescue.” ― John Eldredge, Wild at Heart Revised and Updated: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s For the last century – the idea of manhood has been unappealing. To be strong, courageous, willing to fight, the smell of hard work, the hair on our face and bodies- it’s all been painted as slobbish, beastly, and uncivilized. Not to downplay or insult the contributions of women, but fighting, working, and rough men have built our civilization. Now that it’s built, and civilization lies comfortably on memory foam beds drinking foamy coffee drinks, we have invented a derision against the wild, raw, strength of man. As a man who is truly a lion, your strength must be tempered, disciplined, and reserved. Let them feel the weight of who you are. Walk into a room with confidence, and they’ll see your strength and your wildness, and know they don’t want to mess with that. When they see your gentleness, kindness, and temperament, they’ll respect it more, knowing the strength behind it. Have you ever met that young soldier who comes back from bootcamp to visit with his family? He is lean, strong, fierce, and ready for battle. But there’s this sense of self-confidence and self-control about him. He went away a boy, and he came home a man. He’s been trained in hand-to-hand combat, and in peak-physical condition. But he looks you in the eye, he shakes your hand firmly, and stands up straight. That lion is there. He’s not a “tame lion” – but he’s a good one. http://www.manlihood.com/lion-or-lamb-embracing-your-lionhood/
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February 28, 2018
MMC 42- Episode 42- Lion or a Lamb - Part 1 - Finding Balance - The Manlihood ManCast
Episode 42: Lion or a Lamb - Part 1 - Finding Balance We’ve long said that March comes in and goes out inversely like a Lion or a Lamb. The thought of being one or the other may be a bit frightening for men. Especially in a culture that no longer appreciates the fierce and bold virtues that once marked manhood. Lambs are weak. Lions are strong. Most of the time, I think we should err on the side of the lion. I think that we should strive to be brave, and fierce. We should strive to lead the pride, rather than to frolic in the fields, and cower at the thought of wolves. With that said, I think that even the fiercest and strongest war-like man has to know that there’s a part of him that has to fall in line. A part of him that must be subdued and soft. When I was a child, my dad and I loved to wrestle. His strength was and still is baffling. I’ve watched him lift things no man should lift. I’ve felt the strength in his grip. As we would wrestle, he’d show me that strength, but it was always measured and held back. I always knew that this man had the power to crush my little skull with his bare hands, and the fact that he didn’t showed me more about his strength than anything. He was wild like a lion, but he was tempered. “For after years of living in a cage, a lion no longer even believes it is a lion . . . and a man no longer believes he is a man.” ― John Eldredge, Wild at Heart Revised and Updated: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul I don’t want to see men tamed. I think it’s a dangerous thing to take a lion and to train him to be a house-cat. When I talk about finding balance, I don’t mean that men should be tamed. I think they should be TEMPERED. Men, finding balance does not mean that you are abandoning your lionhood in order to be a lamb. http://www.manlihood.com/lion-or-lamb-finding-balance-part-1/
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February 27, 2018
MMC 41- Man Crush Monday - The Last of the Barenuckles
Keep in mind - not all of the heroes we recognize are perfect. If you look hard enough - you’ll find a reason to disqualify anybody from admiration. We propose a better plan, though - look for the good first. You can learn a good lesson from anyone if you are willing. Growing up as an Irish Immigrant at the turn of the last century usually meant you’d be tough - and prone to fighting. Young John grew up on the streets of South Boston - but his parents had hoped he’d be a Catholic Priest - not known for their fisticuffs. John dropped out of Boston College to try his hand at baseball. Eventually - bareknuckle boxing was his sport of choice. Despite the sport’s battle for legitimacy and eventual loss to a more sensible form of gloved boxing. (which John also excelled at.) You might recognize John - his likeness has become a popular “tough guy” meme. For being a hard as nails man with grit - for being skilled at his sport - today’s Man Crush Monday is John Sullivan
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February 26, 2018
MMC 40- What BOYS Do - Part 4- Run Their Mouths - Manlihood ManCast
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February 23, 2018
MMC 39- What BOYS Do - Part 3- Waste Time - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 39: What BOYS Do - Part 3: Waste Time There’s a bible verse that says, “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like achild. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me. “ As we become men, we put away the things that boys do - one of those things is wasting time. When we are young – time seems to move slower. My friend Mike McAvoy says that life is like a roll of toilet paper – and it goes faster the closer you get to the end of the roll. Now – Mike is a preacher, not a physicist – but it seems to make sense enough to me. There is nothing wrong with boys who spend their vast amount of slow-moving time tossing baseballs around, or playing cops and robbers, or building with plastic blocks, or catching fish. But when a boy becomes a man – and his time starts to move faster – his time becomes currency. And a man uses his currency and his time wisely. Does that mean he abandons all leisure pursuits? Certainly not! It’s perfectly acceptable for a man to sit on a shore with a hook in the water, waiting for a fish. But what it does mean is that he is intentional with his time. Every minute spent is used for a greater purpose. Leisure is not about wasting time – but rather about recharging yourself spiritually, physically and mentally. We use our leisure as an investment in ourselves and in our families. If we make it a point to manage our time, we find ourselves less stressed, and more productive. This was originally published in May of 2015 - read the full series of blog posts here: http://www.manlihood.com/tag/what-boys-do/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 22, 2018
MMC38- What BOYS Do - Part 2- Fight - Manlihood ManCast - 2:21:18, 12.13 AM
Episode 38: What BOYS Do - Part 2: Fight Teddy Roosevelt said, “Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft.” As we continue to look at the things that BOYS do - that should get put on the shelf when they become men - one of them is fighting. Certainly – there is a time and a place for that glorious moment that a bully or a tyrant receive a blow to the nose. I firmly believe that when people say, “Violence is never the answer” they forget that there are things worth fighting for – and there are people who need to be corrected with physical force. But we’re not talking about fighting for a greater purpose. We’re talking about the schoolyard scrapping, and drunken brawls, and incessant need to win every argument – whether by force or sheer ego. Many times people fight for the sake of proving their strength. Real men do not need such victories to define their worth. If I’m minding my own business, and a man physically assaults me, I’m going to defend myself, and I’m going to do what it takes to win. But fighting and arguing and winning should never be what drives me, or motivates me. A man should be secure enough in his self and in his own strength that he doesn’t need to pick fights and push his way to the top. When I was a boy – I had to fight almost every day. I was bullied and pushed around. There were times when my fights were to protect myself, and times when my fights were to prove myself. I wish that I could have understood that I didn’t need to prove myself with my fists… or for that matter, with my arguments. The truth is – you can be right, and you can be better than everyone else in the room, without it mattering whether or not everyone knows it. Boys fight to prove their worth. Men know their worth, and only fight to protect and defend. This was originally published in May of 2015 - read the full series of blog posts here: http://www.manlihood.com/tag/what-boys-do/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 21, 2018
MMC 37- What BOYS Do - Part 1- Whine - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 37: What BOYS Do - Part 1: Whine Remember that 90’s RnB Group Boys II Men? Yeah. They were great. That has nothing to do with what we’re talking about though. What we’re talking about is common behaviors that should have died off when a boy became a man. The first one of those behaviors? Whining Obviously – men do this. It is a behavior that didn’t just “die” with the onset of manhood – but it should. I don’t think that identifying something that is wrong and needs to be repaired is the same thing as whining. It’s okay to identify a need, talk about solutions, and then implement solutions. Now that we’ve established that- let’s talk about whining. Boys who don’t get their way complain about it. Men learn to deal with it, and find solutions to problems. Life isn’t fair. It’s true, and you still have to deal with it. Whining about it rarely levels the playing field, but learning to rise above it is the ultimate reward. Harvey Mackay Firmness in enduring and exertion is a character I always wish to possess. I have always despised the whining yelp of complaint and cowardly resolve. Robert Burns The tendency to whining and complaining may be taken as the surest sign symptom of little souls and inferior intellects. Francis Jeffrey If you want to behave like a man – you won’t whine. Complaining changes nothing but other’s attitudes about you. This was originally published in May of 2015 - read the full series of blog posts here: http://www.manlihood.com/tag/what-boys-do/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 20, 2018
MMC 36- Man Crush Monday - Before the Bullet - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 36: Man Crush Monday - Before the Bullet Today’s ManCrushMonday is well known for meeting his untimely demise from a bullet. It’s a notorious death. We’ve all heard about it. In fact - the last few years leading up his death are the years we are all familiar with. Before that - he was raised as the grandchild of four irish immigrants - immigrants who seized the American dream, and their family did well for themselves. Well enough, anyway, that Jack grew up in boarding school, as his father spent long stretches of time away from the family on business. Young Jack blew up toilets with cherry bombs, and led a gang of trouble makers called “The Muckers” That troublemaking though was offset by health problems - one doctor thought it may have been leukemia - but another diagnosed him with collitis - a condition known to be very painful and debilitating for men. Those health problems, including a bad back, made it difficult for Jack to finish his education, and to join the Navy - his dad had to pull a few strings to get him there - and the young man went on to serve with distinction during WWII. Those distinctions made him an American hero - and he quickly grew in his influence. But who was this man, now regarded as a hero? Who was this man who shot for the moon, and did so much for his country? For his devotion to his country, persistence through pain - and for leaving a lasting legacy - we salute John Fitzgerald Kennedy - J.F.K. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 19, 2018
MMC 35- Valentine's Day Massacre- How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 4 - Manlihood ManCast
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February 16, 2018
MMC 34- Valentine's Day Massacre- How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 3- Manlihood ManCast
https://soundcloud.com/user-625797602/mmc-34-valentines-day-massacre-how-not-to-screw-up-your-romance-part-3-manlihood-mancast Episode 34: Valentine's Day Massacre: How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 3 Funny how Valentine’s Day conjured up image of Cupid shooting people with a bow and arrow… sometimes, a relationship feels more like a Valentine’s Day Massacre! How do you avoid screwing up your romance? You have to apply grace. No - not Grace Slick, legendary singer of Jefferson Starship. No - not grace like a ballerina. Grace is choosing to show favor whether it is merited or not. Your partner isn’t perfect. She’s gonna mess up sometimes. As are you. You’re going to leave your underwear on the floor again, or she’s going to spend money without checking with you first. She’s going to lose her cool and call you a name. You’re gonna stub your toe and swear in front of the kids. It’s going to happen. You will make mistakes. A good romance applies grace - it doesn’t ignore the mistakes - it chooses to forgive and work with them. Are there things that are irreconcilable? Sure. But if you want a romance to work - you have to choose to do everything in your power to reconcile as much as you possible can. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 15, 2018
MMC 33- Valentine's Day Massacre- How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 2 - Manlihood ManCast
https://soundcloud.com/user-625797602/mmc-33-valentines-day-massacre-how-not-to-screw-up-your-romance-part-2-manlihood-mancast Episode 33: Valentine's Day Massacre: How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 2 As we approach Valentine’s Day - let’s look at how we can prevent a Valentine’s Day Massacre. How can we avoid the carnage of a bad romance? Sorry Lady Gaga, a bad romance is NOT a good thing… Don’t be selfish. Yes - you do have to take care of yourself. Yes - I know you have needs, too. But don’t let that be an excuse to neglect the person you are supposed to care about most. In every area of your relationship - approach it with the goal of pleasing and meeting the needs of your partner first. You may have to remind yourself, “It’s not about me. It’s not about me.” If you BOTH do this - you’ll find that your relationship is running on all cylinders. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 14, 2018
MMC 32 -Valentine's Day Massacre- How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 1 - Manlihood ManCast
https://soundcloud.com/user-625797602/mmc-32-valentines-day-massacre-how-not-to-screw-up-your-romance-part-1-manlihood-mancast Episode 32: Valentine's Day Massacre: How Not to Screw Up Your Romance Part 1 As we embrace the Holiday of St. Valentine’s Day, we are surrounded with pink hearts and cupid’s arrows, and chocolate - but the truth is - romance isn’t always so sweet and frilly. Real love takes hard work, and we’ve seen many times when the romance around us looks more like the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre than it does a Hallmark Movie. Don’t screw it up! There are so many pitfalls that can murder your love story. Let’s start with the biggest one. DON’T CHEAT. You would think that would be simple right? Then why do 22% of men, and 14 percent of women cheat on their significant other? Why do ⅓ of all marriages have an incident of infidelity? Cheating starts long before the act. They start in your mind, when you start to think of someone else, and when you start to justify infidelity. Want to prevent it? Start with correcting those errant thoughts when they pop in your head. Start by putting safeguards in place that prevent you from being in a position where anything COULD happen. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 13, 2018
MMC 31 - ManCrushMonday - By His Sword and Right Arm - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 31: ManCrush Monday - William Henry Harrison "Tippecanoe" It’s Monday! That means it’s time to highlight a hero that exemplifies manly virtues - it’s MAN CRUSH MONDAY. Today’s hero was homeschooled, until he dropped out of medical school and joined the army. Will’s connections got him a decent rank right off the bat, and he started commanding a unit of men that were defending an outpost against a hostile enemy. He was appointed as a chief negotiator with that enemy, and secured a treaty that ensured his country would maintain their land. The skilled warrior and diplomat met his match in Anna, and at age 22, they tied the knot. Her father asked, “How do you plan to support my daughter?” And the young Will answered, “By my sword and right arm!” That pledge proved to be true, as Will focused on diplomacy for several years, until a new enemy emerged. On the brink of the War of 1812, while his young nation was moving west, he fought off a surprise attack by the Shawnee, along the river that would give him his nickname, “Tippecanoe” Eventually, he’d be elected president, an honor that suited both his diplomatic skills, and his ferocity on the battlefield. Unfortunately, he died of pneumonia a month after taking office. For his commitment to provide for his family, to honor his country, and to master both the art of war, and the art of peace, we give William Henry “Tippecanoe” Harrison our nod as this week’s Man Crush Monday ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 12, 2018
MMC 30- Work- The Forgotten Virtue - Make a Time to Rest - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 30: Work: The Forgotten Virtue - Make a Time to Rest Work is a virtue. And perhaps it’s one that has been forgotten. Certainly if we compare the attitudes of our grandfathers and great-grandfathers about work to the mindsets of our peers and our children, we’ll see a degradation of the values that once defined hard working men. Part of the reason that people hate their jobs and hate their work, and are not as productive as they should be – is that they don’t make good use of their time outside of work. You may have to hustle and work two jobs from time to time – you may have a job that requires more overtime than you can handle – but you have to make time to rest. You have to make time to breathe, stretch, connect with friends and family, recharge spiritually. If you don’t – then you’ll resent your job for keeping you from it. (Misplaced resentment, at that!) Get yourself in check, get a good night’s sleep, and spend a little time once a week with the people and the things you love. This post was originally published in March of 2015. Read the full post here: https://www.manlihood.com/work-a-forgotten-virtue-make-a-time-for-rest/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 9, 2018
MMC 29 -- Work- The Forgotten Virtue - Your Work Matters - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 29 -- Work: The Forgotten Virtue - Your Work Matters Work is a virtue. And perhaps it’s one that has been forgotten. Certainly if we compare the attitudes of our grandfathers and great-grandfathers about work to the mindsets of our peers and our children, we’ll see a degradation of the values that once defined hard working men. Men, your work matters. It matters what you do – and how hard you work. Even if you are working at a fast food drivethru – your work matters. We need to treat our jobs as though they matter! Why? People are depending on us to do our job. The toilet you scrub, the widgets you make, the burgers you make, the papers you write – they matter to someone. I know your boss might be a prick, and you might not feel valued. But you’ve got to make your own validation. Find your value, and the value in your work on your own – and recognize that someone is counting on your doing your job to the best of your ability. You are depending on your income! Your job is paying you, and it’s providing for your needs and the needs of your family. That matters. If you treat it like it doesn’t matter – you might lose it. Your income matters, and so by default, the way you earn that income matters. Men, even if your job is just a stepping stone – even if it’s a J-O-B on your way to a career – even if you HATE it – it matters. So treat it like it matters! Remember – how it feels is not as important as what the truth is. So your feelings might tell you how much you hate your job. Counter those feelings with the truth – that your job matters. This post was originally published in March of 2015. Read the full post here: https://www.manlihood.com/work-a-forgotten-virtue-your-work-matters/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 8, 2018
MMC 28 - Work- The Forgotten Virtue - Work Smarter Not Harder - Manlihood Man Cast
Episode 28 - Work: The Forgotten Virtue - Work Smarter Not Harder Work is a virtue. And perhaps it’s one that has been forgotten. Certainly if we compare the attitudes of our grandfathers and great-grandfathers about work to the mindsets of our peers and our children, we’ll see a degradation of the values that once defined hard working men. When I graduated, an older gentleman from my church hired me to work for his sawmill and stone quarry. He didn’t really need to work anymore, but working kept him entertained, and it gave him a chance to help me out, by giving me work to do. We made white pine shingles, and pulled out irregular flagstone out of a quarry on the hill. I’d also do whatever odd jobs he needed, including carpentry work on his house, and landscaping. One day, he noticed me shovelling a pile of dirt to the wrong spot –  he told me – “Never shovel the same pile of $%@! twice.” Which being translated, means- if you are going to move something, put it in the right place the first time – rather than needing to move it twice. That and the adage “Work Smarter, Not Harder” have stuck with me over the years. I realize that working hard is good – but it is important to stop and think about how the job can be simplified and done efficiently. Mostly, it means that if we take some time to make lists, draw diagrams, think through the process, we can save ourselves a ton of heavy lifting! Efficiency is a science – and I believe that the root of it is in the plan. Taking the time to think about the process, and plan out the moving parts saves a multitude of work. This post was originally published in March of 2015. Read the full post here: https://www.manlihood.com/work-a-forgotten-virtue-work-smarter-not-harder/. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 7, 2018
MMC 27 - Work- The Forgotten Virtue - You Pick What You Plant - The Manlihood ManCast
Episode 27 -  Work: The Forgotten Virtue - You Pick What You Plant Work is a virtue. And perhaps it’s one that has been forgotten. Certainly if we compare the attitudes of our grandfathers and great-grandfathers about work to the mindsets of our peers and our children, we’ll see a degradation of the values that once defined hard working men. There is an ancient principle that has been lost in time. “Whatever you sow, that you will also reap.” To translate – “You PICK what you PLANT.” This is true in every area of life – if you plant good seeds in your relationship with your wife, you’ll pick good fruit.  If you plant tomatoes, you’ll pick tomatoes! The same is true in your work. If you invest your energy and your time into your job, you’ll receive the reward of a paycheck. But beyond that – if you go over and above – you’ll get it back. It might seem hard to imagine if your boss is sucky. I tend to think that it works universally. If you go over and above and do the best job possible – it will in time pay off. Even if it’s not directly from your employer. If you plant seeds of griping, complaining, gossipping, and half-assing – what kind of fruit do you think you will pick? Chances are good that it might be unemployment! It’s a principle that will prove true across the board in your life. Keep in mind, that good seed takes time, and nurturing to grow! This post was originally published in March of 2015. Read the full post here: http://www.manlihood.com/work-a-forgotten-virtue-you-pick-what-you-plant/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 6, 2018
Episode 26 - Man Crush Monday - Whose Land is it? c - 1:6:18, 4.57 PM
Episode 26 - Man Crush Monday - Whose Land is it? Woodrow loved his mother. What little boy didn’t? But things weren’t always rosy at home. During his youth, his sister was burned to death, after her clothes caught fire during a family argument. But his mother? He was just 14 when his mom was taken off to be institutionalized. Woodrow didn’t know that her dementia was caused by Hutingdon’s Disease, and that it would eventually cripple and kill her. Dad was off in Texas working to repay his debts, leaving Woodrow and his siblings to beg for food and work odd jobs just to get by. When he befriended a black shoe-shine boy with a harmonica, he realized that George could teach him a lesson or two about how to get by on the streets, and so he bought his own harmonica, and sang for his supper. His dad would have had an issue with his choice of friends, though, I’m sure. In fact, a year before young Woodrow was born, his father, a member of the KKK had been involved with the lynching of a black man. Woodrow dropped out of school, and opted for homeschool, spending his time busking for cash on the streets, and reading at the local library. But this was Oklahoma, and the Dust Bowl was looming. As Woodrow entered adulthood, his home was engulfed in drought and poverty, and he was swept up in the Oklahoma migration to California - Grapes of Wrath style. In the face of such poverty, it’s no wonder he was drawn to the ideas of communism. Which promises equality for all men, even if historically, it doesn’t always deliver. Eventually Woodrow’s musical skills would land him a job playing hillbilly music on the radio. But his communist sympathies would eventually get him fired. That didn’t stop him though, from loving America, even if his views were different than most. He travelled the country, playing folk songs, and eventually settled in with the artistic community in New York City. Where he penned a patriotic song that would echo for years to come - resonating with friends on both sides of the aisle. “This Land is Your Land. This Land is My Land” is still sung these days, and it’s both a sentimental picture of America’s beauty, and a stinging statement about poverty. For telling stories, writing songs, and surviving in the face of some of our nation’s hardest times - today’s Man Crush Monday is Woodrow - Woody Guthrie. ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 5, 2018
MMC 25- Watch your mouth! - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 25: Watch your mouth! Men, The words you speak have power – and they affect what happens in your life! Passive people don’t bother controlling their mouths. They let their mouths control THEM. These are the kinds of words that come out of the mouth of passive men. 1. Gossip- Talking about someone else’s business – whether it is true or not is gossip. Bottom line is – if it’s not your business – then you should not be talking about it! 2. Anger- There is a time and a place for anger. It’s a valid emotion, and there are proper ways to express it. But more often than not - we should just shut up, rather than snap at people we love. 3. Criticism- We hate it when people tell us how to do our job – but we’re often full of criticism toward others. We ride our kids about their grades, their appearance, their chores. We gripe about our wives, we complain about our jobs and or bosses, and our employees. Their work and effort is never enough. When you die – your family will remember the words you have spoken. Do you want them to remember all the times you told them how to stack the plates? Or do you want them to remember how good you made them feel when they did something right? The truth is we need to replace these words with the kind of words that make a positive difference! Let’s offer words that resolve conflicts, that encourage people, and build them up. Make it a point to think before you speak! This post was originally published in February of 2015. Read the full post here: http://www.manlihood.com/the-perils-of-passivity-watch-your-mouth/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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February 2, 2018
MMC 24- What you think – you ARE - Manlihood ManCast
Episode 24: What you think – you ARE Your mind is a powerful thing. I’m not talking about Uri Gellar spoon bending stuff. I’m talking about the fact that what you think about affects your actions and your behaviors. What we need is mind-control – more accurately – self-control. If you think about something, you’ll be drawn to it. That hot girl at work? Fantasize about her, and you’ll be drawn to her. That cigarette? That donut? Yeah. Thoughts pop into our head, and then we chose to reject them, or entertain them. “Sit down and stay awhile! Have a cup of coffee!” I guess what we need to do is treat some of our thoughts like door to door salesmen. If someone comes to your door and asks if he can come inside and throw some dirt on your floor to demonstrate his vaccuum cleaner – you would probably tell him “No thanks! See you later!” And yet – if a friend stopped by with a meatloaf and wanted to visit – we’d say “Come on in!” We need to stop being PASSIVE about what thoughts can take residence in our head. Here’s a good checklist. Is it true? Is it honorable? Is it just? Is it pure? Is it caring? Is it commendable? Is it good? Is it worth sharing? A PASSIVE mind let’s itself be raped and abused by thoughts that don’t belong there. Do your thoughts say harsh and cruel things about yourself? Do they say harsh and cruel things about others? Are they full of anger and spite? Are they full of illicit sex? Are they selfish? If so – chances are good that whatever you LET in your head will eventually come OUT in your life. Don’t let those kinds of thoughts settle in. Kick them out. Replace them with GOOD thoughts. This post was originally published in February of 2015. Read the full post here: http://www.manlihood.com/the-perils-of-passivity-what-you-think-you-are/
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February 1, 2018
MMC 23- Be Aggressive.Assertive.Positive - 1:6:18, 4.36 PM
Episode 23: Be Aggressive/Assertive/Positive Passive men will let life happen to them. They will say, “Whatever!” when faced with a decision – they will let their wives and kids make and break the rules of their home. They’ll let their boss walk all over them. They’ll let their business, health, and relationship fall apart instead of dealing with them. My advice is to be AGGRESSIVE - ASSERTIVE - POSITIVE Be Aggressive – Take charge of YOUR life – and lead yourself. Hunt out the holes in your integrity, and patch them up. Set goals and crush them. Determine your path – and run it like a stinking clydesdale. Aggression has a negative connotation – so we want to clarify – unless you are physically protecting yourself or your family from harm – aggressiveness should not be directed toward people. Be Assertive – Communicate expectations clearly, and consistently. People cannot treat you the way you want them to treat you unless you tell them HOW to treat you. Don’t be afraid to be “the bad guy” Be Positive – Eyeore will NEVER be on top – why? because he’s a sad-sack-hack full of sawdust and complaints. You’ve got to use positive words. Because they are like magic. Instead of dragging yourself and everyone around you down with negative words (I can’t /You always… / I hate… / I’ll never… ) then start filling it with positivity! This post was originally published in February of 2015. Read the full post here: http://www.manlihood.com/the-perils-of-passivity-be-aggressiveassertivepositive/
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January 31, 2018
MMC 22- Take Responsibility
Episode 22: Take Responsibility There was a phrase that I heard a boy constantly. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY! Probably because I was always making excuses and passing the buck. I have to admit – I never really understood it for a long time. Someone told me once, “If you want to get out of the mess you are in – you need to embrace the fact that you are in the position you are in because of the choices you have made.” I’ll be honest. This pissed me off. I was an idiot – and I blamed my financial situation on the company that laid me off – on the system, which seemed designed to keep me down – on the economy – on student loan companies for tricking me into signing them – etc. etc. Now, I hear the echoes of those words in my ears, and I realize that I really am where I am because of the choices I have made. Some of those choices were good choices – but even good choices have tough consequences! No one is holding you down. No one is keeping you back. Stop blaming racism, politics, bullies, your crappy parents, your ex-wife, your lack of friends or anything else for your problems. Sometimes, I think our “problems” are really just opportunities to test our metal. We look at them as holes that we fall into, when really, they are the CHANCE to prove to ourselves and those around us just what kind of men we are! But it won’t happen if we make excuses. It won’t happen if we blame others (even if they are to blame!) This post was originally published in February of 2015. Read the full post here: http://www.manlihood.com/the-perils-of-passivity-take-responsibility/ ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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January 30, 2018
MMC 21- Man Crush Monday - Remember Me?
today we’re doing go take a look at our Man Crush Monday - where we honor men who have exemplified character, courage, and honor. Today, we’re going to look at a very memorable American who fled to another country, and fought for their independence. These days, tensions in Washington DC are often hot. Accusations against politicians happen every day. But on this occasion, William Stanbery was dragged out into the street and beaten with a Hickory Cane. His attacker came to DC to stick up for the rights of indigenous peoples, and expose the government frauds who were mistreating them. But Washington politics weren’t ready for accountability - so the attacker was brought to trial and fined $500 - in those days - a small fortune. He fled the country - and went to a newly formed Republic, where he was commissioned as a Major General in the Army. He fought hard, and climbed the ranks to Commander in Chief, when he signed that country’s Declaration of Independence on his 43rd Birthday. It was under his watch that a 13 Day enemy siege at a small church was lost to the enemy. So he mustered the ragtag troops -a very small force compared to the massive and well trained army. It took him a little over a month to whip those boys into shape - but they went up against the full force of the Mexican military - and won in 18 minutes, because this little army new to strike when the Mexican army would be taking their afternoon Siesta. And our hero led the Army of the Republic of Texas to victory - with the rallying cry to “Remember the Alamo!” Grit, Courage, Justice, Perseverance - that’s Why Sam Houston is today’s Man Crush Monday ___________ If you want to be a better man - check out our website - Manlihood.com - for blogs, videos, and more from our Manlihood Team. Men, you can also join our private facebook group- Manlihood ManCave -where you can meet up with a band of brothers who will challenge you and help you on your journey of manhood. This episode is produced by Hatcher Media for Manlihood.com Our Manly theme music is from Austin Stirling and also from Mark Kroos. Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you are listening to the show! Tune in again for more of the Manlihood ManCast
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January 29, 2018
MMC 20- Welcome To Daddyhood – Part 4 – Be a Better Man - 1:6:18, 4.17 PM
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January 26, 2018
MMC 19- Welcome To Daddyhood – Part 3 – Be Pro-Active - 1:6:18, 4.10 PM
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January 25, 2018
MMC- 18- Welcome To Daddyhood – Part 2 – Be Involved - 1:6:18, 3.55 PM
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January 24, 2018
MMC 17- Welcome to Daddyhood - Be Present - 1:6:18, 3.44 PM
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January 23, 2018
MMC 16- Man Crush Monday - A Slow Tank to Frisco - 1:6:18, 3.39 PM
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January 22, 2018
MMC 14 - Manlihood Mancast - Honoring Those Who Went Before - 1:6:18, 3.29 PM
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January 18, 2018
Episode 15 - Manlihood Mancast - Standing on Principle
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January 18, 2018
Episode 13 - Manlihood Mancast - What Legacy Will We Leave?
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January 17, 2018
Episode 12 - Manlihood Mancast - Our Own Mortality is Looming
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January 16, 2018
Episode 11 - Manlihood Mancast - ManCrushMonday - Tom Landry
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January 15, 2018
Episode 10 - Manlihood Mancast - Love and Junk - She Doesn't HAVE To Love You
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January 12, 2018
Episode 9 - Manlihood Mancast - Love and Junk - Love Requires Action AND Words
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January 11, 2018
Episode 8 - Manlihood Mancast - Love and Junk - Love isn't an Emotion
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January 10, 2018
Episode 7 - Manlihood Mancast - Love and Junk - Eliminating the Junk So You Can Love
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January 9, 2018
Episode 6- Manlihood Mancast - ManCrushMonday - John Paul Jones
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January 8, 2018
Episode 4 - Manlihood Mancast - The Starting Line- Get on Track
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January 4, 2018
Episode 3 - Manlihood Mancast - The Starting Line- Training to Win
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January 3, 2018
Episode 2 - Manlihood Mancast - How to START running the Race of Manhood
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January 2, 2018
Episode 5- Manlihood Mancast - The Starting Line- Finding Your Place
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January 1, 2018
Episode 1 - Manlihood Mancast - ManCrushMonday - Bill Cody
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January 1, 2018
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