Topics We Explored:
- What motivated Jonathan to make personal development for men his mission
- How to uncover the roots of your potential for personal growth
- What challenges men face today in regards to expressing their masculinity
- Why so many men feel like they’re walking on eggshells when it comes to having a feminine side
- Why aggression is a good thing when it comes to love and caring for others
- What consequences result when parents don’t allow their children to play-fight or express anger
“Personal growth is about rescuing your passion from all the layers of BS you’ve been told.” – Jonathan Mead (Tweet this)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Two Movements Every Human Should Master
- The 30 Day Squat Challenge
- Be Open To Role Reversals
- There Will Always Be Challenges
- Quote by Douglas MacArthur
About Jonathan Mead:
Jonathan Mead is an irreverent pioneer, champion for human wildness, and professional instigator. He quit his job at age 23 after moonlighting on his own terms. Now in his early 30’s and a full-time renegade, he’s passionate about helping men reawaken the giants sleeping within them. He’s found that by helping men reconnect with nature, they discover their own true nature and wild masculine strength.
He believes that you can take the man out of nature, but you can’t take nature out of the man — and that no matter how many TPS reports we’re fed and fluorescent lighting we absorb, the wildness is always just underneath the surface.
He believes that unwavering brotherhood, undeniable bravery, and unapologetic wildness can not only change, but heal the world.
His deepest mission is to instigate a worldwide movement of wild brotherhood, focusing on helping men uncage, one at a time.
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