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BROJO Coaches Mike Wells and Dan Munro get together to explore Dan's new book The Naked Truth, and Mike gives his feedback and thoughts on honesty and other concepts in the book.
In this episode we reveal 3 chapters from Dan Munro's upcoming book The Naked Truth, all exploring the concept of Giving. Most people "give to get" where they use generosity and kindess as a manipulative tactic to get something in return. In the book The Naked Truth, Dan explains how being honest, without trying to get anything in return, is one of the most powerful forms of giving you can do.
Treat yourself to a copy of Dan Munro’s new book “THE NAKED TRUTH: Using Powerful Honesty to Enhance Your Confidence, Connections and Integrity” www.brojo.org/pub/the-naked-trut…nections-integrity If you enjoyed this video, get access to more of BROJO’s content and dozens of confidence-building online courses by joining today. It’s FREE! Learn more here: www.brojo.org/join BROJO is an international self-improvement community run by coaches Dan Munro and Mike Wells. We are focused on how to build confidence through living with integrity and authenticity. We help Nice Guys discover their masculinity, and we focus on supporting people-pleasers of all types to build confidence, integrity, and deeply connected relationships.
We are constantly exposed to manipulation and influence from others, and are influencing them in return. Is it possible for this to be healthy and have integrity? Is there such a thing as ethical influencing? In this episode, we explore ethics and tactics in relationships, marketing, and other social interactions, to see if we can be both honest and persuasive.
In this episode, I scrolled through Quora.com and checked out a few questions in the Girlfriend Advice section. Here are my answers... 1. My girlfriend told me that I am "being too nice". Does that mean she actually wants me to be mean? 2. I found my girlfriend cheating on me, what should I do? 3. How can I help my autistic girlfriend with her meltdowns? She is 21. 4. My girlfriend has gained 100 pounds over the last two years, I'm still in love with her but should I bring up her weight to her or leave it be? 5. I lied to my girlfriend about liking BTS, now she is taking me to a concert. What do I do? 6. How do I go about supporting my girlfriend who shuts me out? 7. What was the best relationship advice you ever got? 8. Why do I lie to my girlfriend who I want to spend the rest of my life with? 9. Why do people choose to stay single? 10. How do I make sure my girlfriend doesn't get bored of me? 11. I left my girlfriend for her mom. Am I a bad person or just a victim of love? 12. My girlfriend and I are going through a break. She states that I am not the reason, but rather because she has problems of her own. We both made it clear that we still love each other. Should I keep my distance? 13. I Lost all of my close friends and my girlfriend, and I have no idea what I did wrong. What do I do to make people interested in me? 14. My girlfriend has been treating me poorly and argues over stupid things and insulting during those argument and after the argument she doesn't talk to me unless I talk, does anyone know what's wrong?
Following on from my previous podcast on managing manipulation and emotional abuse, I've added this episode to highlight some of the more specific manipulation techinques that narcissists, psychopaths, and even just regular people use. Have a listen if you'd like to hone your skills on how to stop being manipulated.
You've been pressured all your life to be "productive". This is why you choose a safe job over an artistic one; why you never feel comfortable relaxing and taking time off; why you always need to do MORE and be BETTER.It's time to blow this lid off this bullshit...
After coaching for about 7 years, I've been privileged to witness massive transformations. In this episode, I share a dozen or so of my favourite client success stories, and I especially focus on the lessons they can teach us.
Another excerpt from Dan Munro's latest book The Naked Truth.
Many people live their lives in a nearly constant state of fight or flight mode, because they keep worrying about the future. They feel that this worry is uncontrollable, and they are paranoid about "something bad" happening in the future.
Building confidence is hard enough as it is, so you don't need to be making it even more challenging by sabotaging your progress through pointless harmful behaviours. In this episode, we look at the most common way that people wreck their own confidence, and how to prevent this from happening.
In another preview to Dan Munro's upcoming book The Naked Truth, we analyse the difference between Monica Lewinsky and Paris Hilton with respect to their public sex scandals. Who dealt with it better? Let's find out.
BROJO Coaches Dan Munro and Mike Wells get together to pontificate on various topics, ranging from morning routines and daily habits through to how your attachment style affects relationships and careers.
The people you date and form relationships with are an accurate measurement of your own self-confidence. If you're finding yourself in a negative pattern in the romantic world - e.g. chronically single, superficial connections, disastrous relationships etc. - the issue is within you.
With 20 years of sterling military service at his back, combined with a love for Stoicism and Iron Man events, leadership coach Peter Lewis has some deep wisdom to impart from his own journey of discovering self-leadership while in the dark depths of depression.
Most people are trying their best. Most of you are doing the 'right' things, most of the time. However, it still isn't working out for you. Why?
Another sneak-peek from Dan's upcoming book The Naked Truth.
When you're in social environments, do you notice yourself behaving differently to how you would alone, or at home?
Only a few short years ago, Teddy Woolsey was witnessing his marriage deteriorate in front of his eyes while his finances went down the toilet. He was miserable and hitting bottom.
In this sneak peek preview, Dan Munro reads from his upcoming book The Naked Truth a chapter on shame, and how honesty and confidence go together in the same way that dishonesty and shame do.
There's a lot of bullshit advice out there for people wanting to start their own business (or grow their current business). As a coach who has created a successfully profitable 6-figure business in 6 years, I wanted to talk about the real way to do it, without needing capital, quick fix schemes, or shady marketing techniques.
Breaking rules is difficult and requires strong self-confidence. Yet you MUST do it if you hope to succeed and enjoy life. If everyone is doing it one way, you can rest assured it's not the BEST way to do it.
Do you feel restless when there's nothing to do? Do you feel guilty when you get 'caught' relaxing? Do you find yourself bragging about being busy?
Paul Micallef always knew that socialising and fitting in was difficult for him, moreso than the other kids. But it wasn't until he was 30 years old before he realised that he had Aspergers, and that his social difficulties came from not intuitively grasping the social rules all the other kids seemed to be aware of.
Renowned CBT psychologist and Stoicism/philosophy expert Donald Robertson is back on the show to teach us about the man who started the entire Western philosophy, and still to this day we have never seen a wiser man: Socrates.
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