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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 30, 2015

Jayson Gaignard is the founder and talent scout for MastermindTalks.com. He has had incredible guests like Tim Ferriss, Guy Kawasaki, and Lewis Howes deliver inspirational and motivational talks at his event. Jayson talks on the importance of creating meaningful connections and relationships with others, as well as shares a bit of his life story on how he was able to get out of massive amounts of debt.    

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:40] ManTalks is still looking for a social media expert.

[2:40] How did Jayson get started?

[4:50] How did Jayson get into debt? 

[7:00] With very little money, Jayson doubled down and started investing in himself.

[10:15] The integrity of your word is very important.

[12:45] Jayson became successful because he took risks.

[14:25] Who taught Jayson that making connections is important?

[19:45] Are you surrounding yourself with the right people? 

[20:05] How did Jayson turn his life around?

[23:55] Think about the worst case scenario all the time.

[25:35] Why is networking important to men?

[29:45] How can you develop better connections with others?

[31:25] Do your research on how you can deliver value to others.

[34:00] Connor does a quick recap.

[36:20] Relationships are sometimes like a bank account that you want to always keep investing in.

[40:30] When you play for the applause, you put your happiness in the hands of somebody else.

[41:50] How does Jayson make sure the people attending his event are of high value?

[48:00] Community is incredibly important for creating a great product.

[49:05] Jayson recommends several books.

[50:35] What does it mean to be a man these days?

[53:20] What legacy would Jayson like to leave behind?

[55:20] Jayson talks about the exciting things happening in his life right now.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

http://mantalks.com/

info@mantalks.ca

http://www.mastermindtalks.com/

Never Eat Alone by Tahl Raz

Seeking Wisdom by Peter Bevelin

Four Hour Week Work by Tim Ferriss

Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl

 

Music Credit:

Parlange & Latenite Automatic (jesusparlange.com– lateniteautomatic.com)

Nov 16, 2015

JuVan Langford is a YouTube Influencer and the founder of Mentors Making Major Moves Inc.; a non-profit organization that introduces foster youth to inspiring mentors from all walks of life. JuVan lost his father to leukemia at a young age and lived in foster care. JuVan shares his story on what it was like growing up without a father, what it means to be a man, and shares so much more insight on the subject of masculinity.

 

Key Takeaways:

[01:40] What does Juvan do?

[03:15] Juvan was raised in a foster home.

[04:00] How has not having a father impacted Juvan?

[09:55] What is the best part of being a man?

[16:25] Sometimes just showing up is enough. You don't always have to -do- something.

[20:50] What are Juvan's core beliefs?

[22:00] Juvan talks about Mentors Making Major Moves

[24:50] What inspires Juvan?

[27:00] What does it mean to be a man? JuVan explains the AIM acronym. 

[29:30] Integrity is about being real with yourself.

[31:05] Our greatest shame shows up in every aspect of our life. You have to control it.

[32:25] Take risks!

[33:45] JuVan talks about his mentor, Michael Gates.

[36:45] What legacy would JuVan like to leave behind?

[38:00] What's JuVan excited about these days?

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://mantalks.com/

info@mantalks.ca

https://www.youtube.com/user/themrjlangford

http://www.mxfour.org/

 

Music Credit:

Parlange & Latenite Automatic (jesusparlange.com– lateniteautomatic.com)

 

Nov 9, 2015

Graham Young was sick and tired of the same impractical advice in the self-help industry, so he decided to disrupt it by creating the 'Disruptive Performance Coaching' method. He helps people by using a practical and science-based approach to their personal development. His main goal is to give people the freedom to control their lives. Graham talks on our fear of introspection, his definition of success, and so much more.

 

Key Takeaways:

[0:20] Roger is flying solo as Connor prepares for the ManTalks one day event.

[1:00] Who is Graham Young?

[3:15] Graham wasn't happy with the self-help material out there.

[4:20] Graham talks about his mom and mentor passing away.

[7:15] What's Graham's process when working with a new client?

[10:00] Why do men fear introspection?

[14:20] What is the definition of a coach?

[16:25] Graham shares a client success story.

[21:10] Our brain is hardwired to be negative.

[22:35] What's Graham's definition of success?

[26:40] Graham talks about Marc Benioff

[31:22] What's Graham's core beliefs? 

[36:35] Graham talks further about his mentor who committed suicide.

[39:30] What does it mean to be a modern day man?

[43:20] What is Graham most excited about today?

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

info@mantalks.ca

http://mantalks.com/

https://www.gystrategies.com/


Music Credit:

Parlange & Latenite Automatic (jesusparlange.com– lateniteautomatic.com)

 

Nov 2, 2015

When Dai Manuel's parents were going through a divorce, he found solace in food. By the time Dai was 14-years-old he weighted nearly 200lbs and decided enough was enough. This defining moment made Dai realize that he was the only person who was in complete control of himself. Now at the age of 38 going on 39, it's Dai's passion to empower others and help them develop a healthy, more active lifestyle.

 

Key Takeaways:

[0:35] ManTalks is hiring!

[1:10] ManTalks is coming to Toronto next year.

[2:35] How does Dai wake up at 5am everyday? 

[4:55] Why fitness?

[7:45] How did Dai get his start in the fitness industry?

[12:40] Connor's mentor was 81-years-old.

[13:40] What's Dai's definition of passion?

[18:00] Make a plan and then work towards it.

[18:25] Dai became an accidental blogger.

[20:55] Dai explains his goal setting process.

[25:00] What are the key things around health and fitness?

[31:00] Remember we have a full one day event on Nov 7th!

[34:30] Connor likes to watch anime and workout.

[39:00] Community is key to keeping you on track.

[40:00] What does Dai do when he gets off course?

[43:30] Best advice Dai has ever received?

[47:20] What does it mean to be a man today?

[50:15] Best part about being a man?

[55:30] Where did the nickname 'Moose' come from? 

[58:15] Dai will be having a weekly periscope session with his followers.

[1:00:00] Thank you for listening and please subscribe/review on iTunes! 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

info@mantalks.ca

http://mantalks.com/

http://www.daimanuel.com/

Double Double by Cameron Herold.

http://www.wholelifefitnessmanifesto.com/


Music Credit:

Parlange & Latenite Automatic (jesusparlange.com– lateniteautomatic.com)

 

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